Just came across these at my local Stater Brothers. The white one is an employee's vehicle, but the blue one. That's this first time I see it.
I just performed my annual filter replacement and snapped this picture for comparison. This is Missouri, but we’re out in the woods with a gravel road and so on.In all seriousness, here in SoCal we get rain between mid December - early March. However, this year is a La Niña year so rain will likely be non-existent. California is likely to go back into a draught by spring or summer because of the lack of rain over the 2020 - 2021 winter.
.La Niña is here and likely to continue through the winter. Our blogger covers current tropical Pacific conditions and what La Niña can mean for global weather and climate.www.climate.gov
All the functions the VMM has were integrated into the 97's cluster. All it did on the earlier cars was act as a redundant set of low fluids warning lights.my day at 3 junkyards lawl.. I got about two shifter knobs, the shaft, pcm, blower module, and an older thunder low fuel, coolant, and one more type of indicator.. long day lol. Btw,.is it possible to put that older module that belonged in a 1994 LX into a 97? It's located where the lighter would be.
Which bezel are you referring to? Some parts I bought were to resell lol...Yeah there’d be no purpose to it, plus originality aside think that module is ugly, the way it’s sunken into the opening triggers my OCD since it doesn’t match the radio or climate control head
I see you grabbed a 94-96 bezel, it’s not going to fit right in a 97
Damn... I pulled it from a mercury too lol. Rare sight to 🙈.. oh well. I'll galvanize some plastic pieces from it so I can fix mine. The bigger issue is the speedometer cluster bezel.. it has a hairline crack in it. Any advice on how to restore it to be almost seamless??He's referring to the instrument cluster surround panel. That piece changed with the cluster for '97.