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  1. petef-150
    07-09-2015 05:52 PM - permalink
    See your south of me. I'm in Stantonville Tn around 19 miles from Corinth.
  2. Stewy2876
    06-11-2015 08:41 PM - permalink
    Where did you get your mounts for your light bar??
  3. Lenn
    03-01-2012 07:56 AM - permalink
    I noticed your response in the "possessed trucks" thread.

    Poke your head up under the dash in the drivers foot area and where the emergency brake pedal is, check for signs of water intrusion. Maybe some wet/white staining on the black noise deadening back there, maybe some rust on the metal bracketry back there. If you see any water or signs of water, check to see if your windshield is original. If it is, you're probably leaking water from the top left corner and its running down the left a-pillar and dripping right down on the GEM (mounted to the back of the fuse panel) which is what controls all of your interior functions and switches. Its a COMMON problem on the 97-03 trucks.

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  • About rcruz3568
    My name is Robert Cruz. I will help anyone in any way i can. i am 20 years old was born on 8/21/1991. i may be younger but i have been around vehicles all my life.
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    1999 lariat (fx4 look-a-like) with 35 bf good wrench a/t, edge tuner, k&n cold air intake,street performance throttle body spacer, flow master exhaust, clear heads lights and led corners, depo fogs, smoked tail lights, Hellas behind the grill hid converted, black nerf bars, bull bar, billet grill, fitted camo sportsman seat covers, pioneer head unit, 4 sound stream tweeters. Kicker door speakers, two 12 inch subs


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