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I was getting ready to drop off my 96 Sport at the dealership to repair my loose shifter.
I was NOT looking forward to the cost of getting this done by a dealer.
Thanks to you guys I was able to repair the problem myself in under 30 minutes.
Now I gotta ask another question:D, is the truck garage kept (Out of the weather and whatnot) or always outside? That would play a huge factor in the paints condition
The truck is always kept outside and if you have any more questions feel free to ask.
I am very happy to say that the Macco job is holding up very, very well. The truck has been waxed only two times and I can honesty say that upon inspection I cannot see any problems with the paint job even after one year.
It was very easy to get off but you do need to be careful if you have a sunroof because it can easily bend in that area. Two people will work better to get it off.
I painted the headliner and it took three coats of paint but you need to know that it will turn the headliner very stiff. Since...
4wd High and 4wd Low lights flashing
4 x 4 does not work
Interior lights do not work
Power windows do not work
Followed these instructions and changed relays plus put in new #26 fuse
Everything worked fine for about one day...
Thanks to this great forum I solved the problem...
Replaced the relays and my windows, lights, 4x4 work like new plus that was also the problem with fuse #26.
After further research and thanks to input from this great forum, it seems that someone must have glued those two badges (24V DOHC) on the truck long before I bought it.
You just never know what your getting when you buy a used vehicle.:scratch:
The above photo shows a black truck but I...