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Old 08-27-2017, 01:00 PM   #5201
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Had a little time this morning while getting ready to drive my son back to college.

So, installed this. Wasn't sure I was going to like it, but once I turned the lights on, I was hooked. Unfortunately, I already bought blue LEDs for the HVAC panel, and the stereo is blue, so I'll probably end up with a red IP and blue center stack, unless I decide to buy a bunch of red LEDs

I'll probably get a red LED for the cruise button on the steering wheel

An oddity - although the TC warning stayed on as expected, I did not get a CEL - I'd had one for a P0037 that I hadn't gotten around to doing anything with. I'll see if it comes back after driving a bit. The pics were just me checking the bulbs before putting it back together
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Old 08-28-2017, 08:39 AM   #5202
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I love my soccer ball wheel covers, but I wanted to try these out and mannn they're slick. Also heatguned and treated my front bumper, it should actually fix it this time.
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:13 AM   #5203
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^Looks new!^
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>Installed a new shift cable assembly and cleaned the interior.
>POR15'ed some surface rust under the "running board" plastic snap-in thing and on the engine cradle in the usual places.
>Found that the source of a faint clunk was the forward splash shield on the driver's side where I'd broken the tabs removing it in cold, cold weather.

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Old 08-28-2017, 04:59 PM   #5204
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Changed my oil today, and finally switched over to the true synthetic Amsoil Signature Series 5w30. Sent out a sample to Blackstone Labs for them to analyye the Royal Purple 5w30 that was drained out.

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Old 08-28-2017, 11:07 PM   #5205
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Front rotors, pads, the works.

Then thermostat, coolant flush.

Still have wicked vibration ~ 65+ mph.

Hoping it just needs the wheels rebalanced.

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Old 08-28-2017, 11:34 PM   #5206
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Stuffed a wadded up paper napkin between the bottom edge of the largest plastic interior panel and the metal frame on the tailgate of my 1998 SW2 and stopped a 20 year old rattle. Finally.

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Old 08-29-2017, 03:51 AM   #5207
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changed oil, replaced drivers side wheel bearing, new drums and shoes for the rear, tightened up E-Brake.

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Old 08-29-2017, 08:44 AM   #5208
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So, installed this. Wasn't sure I was going to like it, but once I turned the lights on, I was hooked.
Did a couple commutes with the Torrent gauge set, am a little less enamored of it.

I still really like the needles that light up when the lights are on and prefer this IP at night. And I generally like the chrome rings and color scheme.

What I don't like:
  • Speedo is marked in multiples of 20mph.
    There is a large hash mark to denote the odd multiples of 10mph (30 mph, 50 mph, etc). However, most of the roads I drive are in multiples of 5 mph (35 mph, 45 mph, 55 mph) and these speeds aren't clearly distinct on the speedo, requiring me to pay a little more attention to the speedo.
  • The red needle is harder to see during daytime, on the black/gray speedo or tach background. There's not as much contrast between the colors as the black/white OEM speedo & tach. With the old IP, it was distinct enough that I could monitor speed from peripheral vision or quick glance; here, it takes a second to focus and find the needle
  • With the lights on, there is bleed over of backlight to the turn signal and high beam indicators. So the effect is a very dim glow of these lights.
Not enough to make me want to swap back yet. I'll change over the old IP to blue LEDs sometime, then swap back to see which I like better

I might open up the Torrent set and look at painting the edges or tips of the needles white, to give it some more daytime contrast.

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Old 08-29-2017, 08:44 AM   #5209
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After two of those black wheel covers flying off somewhere, I decided Zip-ties were the solution x)

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Old 08-30-2017, 09:01 PM   #5210
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347 mile road trip, almost 38 mpg. Not bad.

4,100 miles into my OCI and consumption is at least 2300 miles per quart. Pretty good for all original internals.

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Old 08-31-2017, 10:50 AM   #5211
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After two of those black wheel covers flying off somewhere, I decided Zip-ties were the solution x)
Found out that the oem lug nuts were too tall/ new and not allowing proper clearance, still keeping the zipties as a safety link.

I changed my blackend Mobile1Advanced oil and refilled with Schaeffer's full synthetic 5-30 + new M1209a filter. One of the notible things is the oil is green x) Plus their standalone additives are mixed in. So first impression is everything seems smooth and effortless.

Also thoes silly door trim mounted cup holders actually work....
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Old 08-31-2017, 05:35 PM   #5212
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Old 09-01-2017, 12:01 AM   #5213
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1st Gen came in Biscuit interior? I've only seen grey out of the few that I've come across o .o

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Old 09-01-2017, 08:41 AM   #5214
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An oddity - although the TC warning stayed on as expected, I did not get a CEL - I'd had one for a P0037 that I hadn't gotten around to doing anything with.
Confirmed taht is a "feature" by doing some research here - the Saturn's pinouts are a little different than the Torrent and will never show a CEL. Confirmed with reader that I still have P0037

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Put in the blue LEDs in the old dash, swapped dashes, but one of the theater LEDs did not light up, did some swapping and neither one lights up now, wonder if I wore out the copper contacts on the ribbon. Will look for somehthing conductive and play with it.

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Old 09-02-2017, 10:17 PM   #5215
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Starter on the 98 SW2 finally failed this week, had the usual symptom of a no start when hot that the falling starters create. Replaced it with the starter that was sitting in a box in the garage from when I took apart the 95SC2 a few years ago. Was going to do the replacement yesterday, then remembered I used my second set of jackstands for the rear end of the SC2. Bought a new set this morning, I now own three sets of jackstands, and the SW2 now starts when hot.

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Rotated my Sumic GTA 195/60R15 wheels one last time @ 90k miles.

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Installed new muffler with jy hanger on the SC2. Much quieter now

Found my opened tubes of JB Weld, literally 24 hours after giving up on finding any of the several tubes I know that I have, somewhere, and buying more JB Weld. Used the opened tube to fix a crack on one of the clips that hold up the rear brake light housing, will see how strong it is tomorrow

Redid the headliner, the JoAnn fabric gray is darker than the OEM coler, an is a smooth textured cloth where the OEM is a nappy, bumpy fabric. Headliner will go back in tomorrow.

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What did I do to my S series today? Nothing - first time in 4 months!

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What did I do to my S series today? Nothing - first time in 4 months!
That's a well-deserved break!

Today, had an exciting (for me) commute to work.

I was the third car heading towards a traffic light when it turned yellow. The leading minivan was going to go through the yellow, when he must have noticed the police SUV stopped in the opposite direction in the turn lane.

So minivan hits the brakes, and the Buick right behind him, who had hit the gas thinking he would tailgate the minivan through the yellow, slammed into the minivan pushing it forward partway into the intersection.

Buick driver must have been stunned a bit, because he left his foot on the gas and hit the minivan a second time.

Light turned green so I went around, saw two officers getting out of the SUV. For some reason, they were pulling a ladder out.

then, on my way out of town, saw one gas station that still had gas at $2.53 (other stations had jumped up to $2.79 or so), so I turned around (safely, into a business driveway) and filled up, plus put about 4 gallons into the red plastic spare gas tank

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Today, had an exciting (for me) commute to work.

I was the third car heading towards a traffic light when it turned yellow. The leading minivan was going to go through the yellow, when he must have noticed the police SUV stopped in the opposite direction in the turn lane.

So minivan hits the brakes, and the Buick right behind him, who had hit the gas thinking he would tailgate the minivan through the yellow, slammed into the minivan pushing it forward partway into the intersection.

Buick driver must have been stunned a bit, because he left his foot on the gas and hit the minivan a second time.

Light turned green so I went around, saw two officers getting out of the SUV. For some reason, they were pulling a ladder out.
I had an exciting experience about a month ago. We were on the 401 westbound near the exit to the 403 and the traffic was stop and go, with emphasis on stop. I was watching this box truck looming towards my back bumper in my rear-view mirror, and it didn't look like he intended to stop. My options were to either dodge onto the shoulder or to get right on the bumper of the SUV in front in the hopes that he had room to slam on his brakes or swerve around me and dive onto the shoulder.

When he finally realized that traffic wasn't moving, he slammed on his brakes, and so I got to watch this diving box truck getting bigger and bigger in my mirror until it stopped literally an inch off my bumper. I was just about tucked under the SUV in front, giving the box truck juuuuuuust enough room to stop without hitting me.

He took about an extra twenty seconds to get going again, probably to catch his breath and assess the state of his underwear after that near-miss. Good times on the 401.

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