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  1. livingez_123

    Headlight issue

    Well I pulled the FCM and did a voltage and load test on the PDM and everything is good there. So I applied voltage to the left low beam pin and it lights up so FCM #2 is on the way. $319 reman from Dodge. The last reman unit lasted 4 years.
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    Headlight issue

    I've replaced the fcm in the 04 once already about 4 years ago. Left low beam went out last week and I changed the blub and still no workie. Didn't have time to mess with it last night as I got up early this morning to head to Moscow ID. I will pull the FCM and check for power out of the PDM at the proper terminals and then load check them. If the power is good I know it's the FCM again. Glad I'm not paying the bill on this, last one was $200 and change for a reman. Maybe a stand alone harnesses is in order, it would be much cheaper for the short term.
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    Headlight issue

    Didn't someone have an issue with one headlight being out and replacing the bulb didn't solve the problem? High beam works but no low beam. Can't remember if it was the BCM mounted to the under hood PDC or if it was something else. Any thoughts? Third gen 04.5
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    1996 Honda Accord P0420

    Cat, and don't buy a cheap one! I had a GM product with the same code, replaced the cat, passed deq and the code came back 3mo later. I put the O2 sensors on a graph and started the car cold and the graph read like it should but when it got hot The graph shows the problem is the cat and not sensor. Replaced the cat with a higher quality unit and the code went away for good. When hot the front O2 sensor is continuously changing and the rear O2 Sensor evens out into almost a flat line. If the rear O2 looks like the front sensor when hot the cat is bad.
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    70 charger for sale

    That would be a fun project.
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    Who need's a classic truck?

    I don't think writing it down as a law in some subsection of code makes it true. Everyone has their own idea what a classic vehicle is to them. I'm sure most of us has owned one or two. But what really makes a classic? I've owned a couple of Dusters (70,71) and also a 70 Challenger, were they classics? To me they were just muscle cars, didn't even give it a second thought back then. How about a first gen Celica gt? JDM guys would scream classic. Cars 50+ years and older are the true classics....still looking for a 59 El Camino.
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    Who need's a classic truck?

    Kind of like beauty is in the eye of the beholder...a 97 Dodge will never be a classic to me.
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    Who need's a classic truck?

    Keep hoping big guy.
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    Who need's a classic truck?

    Since when is a 97 a classic? I was hoping for 67-69 C10 short bed.
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    set of wheels from Bend OR

    Hello?
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    set of wheels from Bend OR

    Saturday or Sunday will work for me. PM me with the details.
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    set of wheels from Bend OR

    I might be able to do this, this coming weekend. I can pick up in Bend and meet you in Biggs or maybe a little further east on 84.
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    sprint boat Port Angles sept 07, 2019

    They had a coarse down by Albany and I watched them there... it's freaking awesome!
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    set of wheels from Bend OR

    How big are they? Tires to or just wheels?
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    Cracked block

    Grind it with 36 grit, mix up some JB weld, lower pressure radiator cap and drive it until you can replace it. Sometimes the temp fix works long term.
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