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  1. The "subwoofer" plug has line outs on it. It's...

    The "subwoofer" plug has line outs on it. It's the same 98+. The fun part will be finding a connector to plug in and modify to connect to what you install. I have the pinout for that here:
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    Expeditions as well. Theirs is a 8 inch sub in a...

    Expeditions as well. Theirs is a 8 inch sub in a bit bigger box though. The only box that will fit that hole he's got though will be the panther subs. Looks like they kept the same mounts for the...
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    yeah... I can discern a quarter ounce out... an...

    yeah... I can discern a quarter ounce out... an ounce out would be pretty bad.
  4. Thread: Audio upgrades?

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    Other way around for me. Never hurt myself...

    Other way around for me. Never hurt myself removing the back seat, but had a rubber band try to take a finger off once. Thankfully my fingers are double jointed.
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    Meh... bolted in is better than rubber banded. It...

    Meh... bolted in is better than rubber banded. It does take longer to get to though. But Aeros also got the subwoofer option, which boxes never got.
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    I didn't like Torque because it didn't show...

    I didn't like Torque because it didn't show several of the PIDs correctly. At least with OBD Fusion, I could get that stuff to show correctly with proper descriptions. This was several years ago...
  7. Thread: Audio upgrades?

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    Yeah... Aeros went to top mount. No more rubbers...

    Yeah... Aeros went to top mount. No more rubbers holding them up.
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    Safing sensor is usually behind the driver kick...

    Safing sensor is usually behind the driver kick panel behind all the mess of wire harnesses and crap. It's a PITA to get to. The harness for it, not so hard. Primary crash sensor should be driver...
  9. That would work too. When I did that, I didn't...

    That would work too. When I did that, I didn't have my vice on a real stable mount.
  10. Yeah... Mine still spun in place using an impact....

    Yeah... Mine still spun in place using an impact. Had to stabilize the bar for the impact to work.
  11. Thread: Audio upgrades?

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    Yeah... just two bolts. If they're the same as in...

    Yeah... just two bolts. If they're the same as in my aero and whale... it should be a T40 or T45 bolt. The real pisser is getting the shelf to flex enough to come clear of the C panels. Of course,...
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    I used to use Torque. I use OBD Fusion now. I...

    I used to use Torque. I use OBD Fusion now. I also have Scantool.net OBDLink SX USB dongle and use the OBDLink app with that. OBD Fusion will also allow purchase of vehicle year specific add-ons for...
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    FYI: I didn't use the heat shields. It's been 4...

    FYI: I didn't use the heat shields. It's been 4 or 5 years. No issues.
  14. FYI: a 6 inch 3/8 extension works as a good...

    FYI: a 6 inch 3/8 extension works as a good stabilizer when poked through the bolt holes in the cross bar to tighten the end nuts while off the car. :D

    Yes... I abuse my tools.
  15. Thread: My 88 mgm

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    The other thing it could be... and I know you...

    The other thing it could be... and I know you already replaced that too... is the ignition switch. Like gadget said... percussive diagnosis (tappy tap tap) will find that as well.
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    The wiring in the Mad Marquis for the fuel pump,...

    The wiring in the Mad Marquis for the fuel pump, horn, and AC cutout relays was pretty bad before I did the aero relay swap. On the horn relay, the insulation from the "hot at all times" wires was...
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    I figure the latter as my paying off my student...

    I figure the latter as my paying off my student loans this year will help immensely with ability to road trip.
  18. Thread: My 88 mgm

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    When my 88 was doing that, it was the pip (just...

    When my 88 was doing that, it was the pip (just replaced the dizzy) and another time it was the connector to the TFI coming slightly loose (zip tie to hold the release clips down flat sorted that).
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    I'd be more interested in the condition of the...

    I'd be more interested in the condition of the TFI module and the connector to it along with the PIP in the dizzy. Also the fuel pump and ECA relays. If you're not losing power when it dies and it...
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    +1 betting on insulation GONE GONE.

    +1 betting on insulation GONE GONE.
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    yes... it pulls off. Rock it side to side as you...

    yes... it pulls off. Rock it side to side as you pull up... it should eventually come off.
  22. Thread: My 88 mgm

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    thread I was thinking about:...

    thread I was thinking about: http://www.grandmarq.net/vb/showthread.php?54246-Led-headlight-conversion

    pics? no. Light pattern? check the maker's website... they usually have some pics of that.
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    QFT! If I ever do get serious with my car......

    QFT!

    If I ever do get serious with my car... this will be one of the first things to go on it.
  24. Thread: My 88 mgm

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    I think those were the ones HRG was recommending,...

    I think those were the ones HRG was recommending, but they are pricey. You get what you pay for though. Those are supposed to be really good.
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    You wanna know what it will handle? Here's my 93...

    You wanna know what it will handle? Here's my 93 with the load helpers (the AirLift 1000 bags) fully inflated, back seat full of crap, box full of crap. Level. Estimate probably 350# between...
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