Thanks Man. We have had so little so long it’s nice to bust butt and really appreciate the things we’re slowly able to acquire to improve our families lives. I don’t buy anything for “show” so it’s really nice to own something nice. It’s weird driving a truck I don’t have to slap the dash board to get the radio to turn on, I now have a horn (didn’t have one before lol) and my ac, and defrost work! Every morning my old van the windshield wipers would start up when starting my truck. And only would start after the third try, then run terrible till warm. I’m going to be spoiled turning the key and not have all the problems!Looks great congrats!
Yeah sure. When you remove the old cluster you have to download the parameters from the old cluster to your scan tool. You don't enter nothing in when you install the new one you just download the parameters to your new one.Dealership swears it’s a “fat finger” error on the odometer and are fixing it ASAP.
There is no reason to get out of scan tool to reset for an oil change. it's way too complicated to be just a (fat fingered mistake)!!Could be. Do they have inspection reports? They note milage every inspection. One fat finger mistake i could see that. it happens. But every year every oil change? no.
bought a mint 95 351W cube 60K from the west. Ordered Summit silicone complete vac line kit for it. That be my problem as well!Any Vans I should be avoiding? I’ll have under 10 grand to buy something. My 95 E150 I found out was a bad choice with all the vacuum lines.
Just saw this post. Yea, the lines were all brittle. And honestly with a super busy life I really couldn’t dedicate the time to replace the lines. After I wrecked it I was able to buy it back for $203, then sold it same day for $700.00bought a mint 95 351W cube 60K from the west. Ordered Summit silicone complete vac line kit for it. That be my problem as well!