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Old 06-15-2012, 02:43 AM   #1
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Mustang Recall

I dont know if anybody reads the main page or has the forum bookmarked but I saw this on the main page.
Automatic Transmissions Spark Recall For Mustang, F-150, And Others. - Mustang Evolution
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I dont know if anybody reads the main page or has the forum bookmarked but I saw this on the main page.
Automatic Transmissions Spark Recall For Mustang, F-150, And Others. - Mustang Evolution
I wrote the article, so I hope you all read it! It is a very small portion of cars, and the issue isn't going to cause the car to explode, but definitely a good idea to get it fixed.

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Hahahahaha I knew that name looked familiar. When I saw who wrote it I was thinking how do I know that name. Hahahahahaha
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Hahahahaha I knew that name looked familiar. When I saw who wrote it I was thinking how do I know that name. Hahahahahaha
Most people don't put 2 and 2 together. Haha-my Mom didn't even know was it me.

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Most people don't put 2 and 2 together. Haha-my Mom didn't even know was it me.
I always create a big feature gift guide around Christmas.
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Old 06-16-2012, 12:44 AM   #6
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Most people don't put 2 and 2 together. Haha-my Mom didn't even know was it me.

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I always create a big feature gift guide around Christmas.
Cool I can't wait
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Old 06-16-2012, 11:59 PM   #7
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Let's not talk about all the new ones that failed. But I agree until 2011 they were great.
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Let's not talk about all the new ones that failed. But I agree until 2011 they were great.
Why not in 2011?

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What was different between the 2011 and 2012 mustang?
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The transmissions seemed to have a lot of complaints.

Amie wrote a good article about those.

http://www.mustangevolution.com/must...transmissions/
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I wrote the article, so I hope you all read it! It is a very small portion of cars, and the issue isn't going to cause the car to explode, but definitely a good idea to get it fixed.

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Thank-you for reading.
Nicely written!
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Old 06-22-2012, 10:51 AM   #12
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The transmissions seemed to have a lot of complaints.

Amie wrote a good article about those.

http://www.mustangevolution.com/must...transmissions/
Well good thing I have an automatic haha
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Well good thing I have an automatic haha
I was trying to send u a private message but it would let me attach thee pics from my phone , its the same tint with out bubbles
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I was trying to send u a private message but it would let me attach thee pics from my phone , its the same tint with out bubbles
Tell me about it. But you can't attach them from a computer either. It was tough to sell t-shirts.

Nice job on the tint.

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Well good thing I have an automatic haha
Yeah blame it on China, but the recall applies to American transmissions. Who knows.
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I was trying to send u a private message but it would let me attach thee pics from my phone , its the same tint with out bubbles
Dang that looks pretty good
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Dang that looks pretty good
Yeah I didn't roll down the windows until like two days after....
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Yeah I didn't roll down the windows until like two days after....
How did you cut it and get it behind the mirror thing?
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How did you cut it and get it behind the mirror thing?
auto zone gots a $10 tint installation kit that has a yellow blade that makes it easy for u to cut....about that rubber on the inside door u estimate about 2cm so it go in between the rubber and the mirror
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Don't forget about how the window drops when the door is open
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Don't forget about how the window drops when the door is open
Yeah. They tinted mine all the way to the top, and belved the edge.
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Yeah. They tinted mine all the way to the top, and belved the edge.
They said mine was easy because I have a convertible they just put the top down.
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