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Old 01-04-2011, 12:02 AM   #11
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First i beleive it was sunroof that is his old car
Second is it defrost ONLY or heat in general..if it is only defrost id have to say maybe something in the ductwork thats stinkin it up
Yes defrost only she said she saw smoke coming out of the vent on the drivers side as it was on DEF.the front vent the one that faces you to the left of the steering wheel
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Sounds to me like something is in the ductwork or the actuator has an issue with defrost
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Old 01-04-2011, 12:23 AM   #13
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Other then the dent in back, it looks like it'* in great shape. And really low miles considering the age. Take god care of it and fix what needs to be fixed right away and it will last you a long time.
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Other then the dent in back, it looks like it'* in great shape. And really low miles considering the age. Take god care of it and fix what needs to be fixed right away and it will last you a long time.
hehe i always say it but yeah what he said my 94 had 458k on it when the rust got it and it still ran like a champ
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Looks like a nice ride! Love that color & the stang is sexy!
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vvery nice color, I like it. And that is some low miles for a 19 year old car. Still has alot of life left in her. How'* the underside as far as rust goes?
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vvery nice color, I like it. And that is some low miles for a 19 year old car. Still has alot of life left in her. How'* the underside as far as rust goes?
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England car, She must have not driven it very much in the winter One other thing I dont understand After every rain storm the right rear passenger floor gets damp However there are no holes absolutely NO holes or even rust on the underside of the car I checked to see if it was coming from under the front seat Nope. dry as a desert under the drivers seat all I can think is the water is getting in via a bad seal,up top someplace, and running down the mid roof support column. It is mind boggling because all around the damp spot all 4 sides it is dry Nothing rips inside I just do not get it
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Looks like a nice ride! Love that color & the stang is sexy!
THANK YOU SOO MUCH !!
Yea thats my baby she was born on Feb 14th 1992
Was green and silver till I saw two others the same color in town I like to have fun in it I will Scotch tape a ten spot high up on the dash and tell one of my buddies to grab it when I shift to second gear if they get it they can keep it, I did lose one ten spot to my brother when I roasted the tires in second Otherwise second gear just plants them in the seat like a space shuttle lifting off. Careful not to roast the tires tho. He needed the ten bucks

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Great looking cars! If you love that Bonneville, it will love you back. Sounds like you are already doing her right with the brake job.
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Ive had the motor out I put new clutch in her brakes all around re did almost everything you could do to this car & the hardest thing I ever had to do on this Mustang was the god forsaken heater core . I kid you not when I tell you it was easier to pull out the motor & tranny than it was to do the heater core in this car. You have to rip out everything inside the car then drop the steering column to the floor seats have to go EVERYTHING I was almost ready to just cut a hole in the fire wall & take it out that way I did one in a Chevy pickup that took me an hour. So I figured "How hard could this one be" This one took me 8 hours just to get the old one out. If I had to do another one I think Id rather sell the car. I have issues with other people working on my cars,How can you ever really trust a person to do a better job than you can yourself. However most people dont think the same way as me. & thats a good thing
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