Only thing I got to do is drive it and almost collide. Enough excitement for one day.
put on a couple of lift blocks on the rear should do some good there. Ofc like everything else it costs money.Damn all you guys and your coilovers!!! I'll just convince myself Im happy with my saggy a$$ wrx setup... lol!
Doh, I did not think of it that way. :lol:That sounds dirty. :lol:
Dude, your a dirty man :raspberry:Drove to this parking lot with a friend after work and... Learned to drive stick in her jeep!! : D
Nice. I was going to buy that but I ended up buying the AVH-P3200BT instead.I installed my new Radio.. Pioneer AVH-P4200DVD!
hehe. I'm still waiting for the HU to arrive. none in stock so I get it next month. But no problem. I have some changes that needs to be done before I can fit a double din player.Sweet! I got a good deal on one so it was too good to pass up. I'm waiting for the XM Module to come before I put the center console back together. Too much of a pain to take it back apart.
Just googled it. Looks like a nice HU :icon_cool: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-BR0e05SHJAx/p_113DPX501/Kenwood-DPX-501.htmlOrdered new HU and SIRIUS tuner. Kenwood DPX503.
Your clock not working is most likely because of a connection on the print. If your a bit handy You can fix it yourself.yesterday installed a Curt hitch on my new to me 2001 Fozzy. was an easy job.
Today used the Foz to go mow 2 lawns, it pulled my trailer with a 1,200 pound mower with no problem.
only had it a few days now, going to take some time and look it over good and see if I can find out why the over head clock is not working. now to find the fuse box..lol
No problem. :Banane35:Thanks Elmy,that was the problem, got it fixed. I hated not having a clock in the Foz.
The auto got like 90% on the front wheels until slipping. If your not slipping and your car is almost jumping when trying to take a turn then it seems like your centerdiff is binding(yes I know it don't have one but I lack the name for it, transfer clutch?)Read the manual and checked the oil level and looked it over better. still learning it.
sadly the manual did not tell me what I was looking for? do all the Foresters with the autos seem to pull like the front wheels are doing the pulling? when I make a turn it wants to just about jerk the wheel out of my hand to go straight? is this normal?
I know my 5 speed 1990 legacy did not pull like this..
How do other Fozzys handle?
Hmm. Power steering problems....Anyone with mechanical skills should be able to help you. I lack all of it. :lol:not really jumping it is smooth, just fights the steering wheel.
just wondered if this was normal.
it may just be the feel since you said the front is doing 90% of the pulling.
ops. sorry about thatHmm, back on topic, guys? The above discussion is one for the tech forums...