yeah get me pics of post accident please. definitly interested.
i was offering my ranger for trade.
1991 Eclipse GSX << High Comp - E85 - Big Turbo
1997 Nissan D21 Hardbody (winter drifter)
Garage Built Motorworks
Posts: 1173 | From: Wisconsin, USA | Member Since: 11/24/04 | IP: (18.104.22.168) |
andrew4g63 GVR4 have DSM stickers all over them, they are DSMs 1706/2000
posted 05/14/08 03:31 PM
got pics yet
1706/2000 Hangs out in a corner of the garage 1702/2000 Daily Duties
1185/2000 wannabe rally car
46/1000 going back together
41/1000 Parts car
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Damn I hate the older cars with no tach gauge at least a stock one. I drove my friends 92 corolla that was stick and it didnt have a tach and I got so frustraded with it, lol im picky.
When the clutch drops...
The bullsh*t stops!
Still working on it after 5 years
97 Volvo 850 Estate
Posts: 1284 | From: Somewhere over the rainbow | Member Since: 08/23/04 | IP: (126.96.36.199) |
Not to take the thread off topic, but the 89-92 body style Colt/Mirages were unique in that they all have the same wiring harness (for the individual years) for the sticks and one for the automatics. If you get a cluster that has a tach in it, the tach will work (cluster just plugs in). Not having a tach bugs me also. If you get one out of a GT or turbo car, the speedo goes to 150 also-although I have never swapped a one of these into a regular colt so I don't know how the speedo may or may not change. Same for the clock, if it didn't have one, the wiring is still there; plugs into the clock blank.
Thanks autobahntom. I figured the wiring with the cluster was there. I just never thought it was worth spending money on. Also when I bought the car it did not have a clock in it. So I bought one at a junk yard for about $5 and the wiring was just sitting there and was a plug and play.
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