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Old 07-09-2014, 10:24 AM
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I love your truck. Looks great with the new tires. I've got about $1000 dumped into my A/C system trying to get everything to work together. I think next time I would just go for a Vintage Air system. Nice score on that tool box. I'd like to find a deal like that around me.
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Hey with your A518 did you wire in the neutral safety switch? I thought I had mine figured out but when I try to pin out across it cant get the wiring to work. Just curious if it was just me or what. I have isolated the 2 starter wires running to it just havent figured out whats up with the switch itself i guess so was wondering if you tackled that or just by passed it.
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I never hooked mine up.
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