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TaurusKev last won the day on December 6 2020

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    94 Buick Roadmaster Estate, 95 Thunderbird LX, 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor AWD, 2004 Pontiac Vibe
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    5.7L LT1 V8, 4.6L Modular, V8, 3.8L 6G75 V6, 1.8L 1ZZ-FE I4

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    Kevin
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    Schaumburg, IL
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  1. The CD Changers in Fords required an extra harness. The harness plugged into the RCU. It'll look something like the attached photo (This is for a factory 6 disc CD Changer). 10 Disc would be more aftermarket. You may need to see if they provided the harness to go from the RCU (Rear Control Unit) to your CD Changer.
  2. Hoping 2021 goes well as well. Need a change ❤️
  3. Nice! I saw that car posted on Facebook SHO group, I wanted it, but I have no money.
  4. Yeah, Chart brought up a good one, I know you mentioned vents work, but the blend door actuator could be a problem too. My 02 Sable had that go bad. Very easy fix generally. You could take the radio/climate control knobs out to see if you see it actuating when you change temperatures.
  5. I can't think of any reason not to, but seems like you checked all your other stuff. The only thing I would have done is watched to see how freely fluid entered/exited the heater core lines. But I am betting it's a bit cold to take lines off and take a garden hose to the system. Make sure fluid freely goes through radiator, engine, lines, etc.
  6. I personally have not, I would say it is plausible. I would assume you've flushed the whole coolant system out too?
  7. If your car is overheating and have no heat, it could be a few things. Water pump is a good candidate. However, check your coolant level, is your coolant level full. If the car is overheating, it could be bad thermostat, low coolant, bad water pump, or something is plugged up inside the engine.
  8. That is awesome! Nice when everything works. I am sure it'll be happy to be back with all the other panthers around there.
  9. Ouch! Poor thing. That is cool Nick is going to help trailer it and get it up and running again!
  10. Windveil blue really was one of the best 2000's colors. My old 2005 was in that color. I do miss that car, I just wish it wasn't rusting out and had problems
  11. Not much to report, other than our main car, the Pontiac Vibe, now has a car seat in it. Now I gotta fix up my Roadmaster so I can use that as a proper family wagon too lol.
  12. Been having some weird stability issues lately. Did some updates, hopefully this addresses any issues the forum has had. If you notice any issues, please let me know as always! Current known bugs: Theme might make pictures look weird, Try using 4.2 (Default) if you are having weird issues with the theme. I will try to get this all worked out as each server update seems to break things.
  13. It did! We appreciate it and will definitely help the forum live longer!
  14. Hello! Do you have the digital climate control? If so, it could be your sunload sensor on your dash.
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