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Definitely could be shocks. In my case it was the pitman arms. I replaced the bushings and all is well now. Just don't neglect the fix the owner before me didn't fix the bushings so now the holes are oval. I go through bushings like crazy. Just gonna buy a new crossmember one of these days
Looks like you broke in all your new add one nicely. Been out of the loop because I got my Nova up here. We will have yo hang out soon. Love the pics looked like a pretty good. Time. Keep up the good work on the EX!!!
She looks awsome man keep up the good work, im just waiting to see the truck tower over mine one day on the freeway. I work in wilsonville now, and I always keep my eyes open for a big ass red second gen. Love it bro, love it.
Jelkins, After extensive trying, couldnt find the problem, so I swapped the motor and it went away and to mudboy if you read learning the hard way, in the whoops section, I have pics and tell the whole story.
Unclemeat thanks for the tip
clean all battery connections, it sounds like a bad ground. make sure there is no corrosion and everything is tight. I would also make sure there is not any corrosion on the inside of the wires. Replace if nessasary. Good luck.
Replaced a axle seal a month or to ago and had to take off the ABS sensor to pull the axle. Anyways it is a 12 point 6mm socket and is very hard to find at any store. It is located on the backside of the spindle, in the middle, twards the front. If you look at the front of the spindle you will...
Just did my gauges and your post and info helped me out, I used the power wire and ground from my stereo/deck so the gauges come on every time I start the car. Maybe one day I will hook them up properly but until then, here they are.
One again thank you for taking the time to...
Gauges are in and here is the pics I am stoaked they looked just like the ad on e bay, I am very happy with the results, pretty easy install, i still need to fix the speedo, it is about 7 MPHs fast. I would reccomend these to anyone and maybe it will inspire me to do some LED's so...