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About slygray1

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  • Birthday 02/13/1943

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    Pacific Northwest
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    Mustangs,airplanes,Harley Davidson motorcycles, glass blowing, wood working

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  1. I have a little over 1000 miles on my 2020 GT350 and have not used any measurable oil.
  2. Just had the leaking differential cooling line and fitting replaced. Less than 300 miles on the car when I noticed a puddle forming on the garage floor. The tech said the fitting gasket was faulty.
  3. I just purchased a 2020 GT 350 and haven’t noticed any jumpy tendencies in the front end.
  4. Got my 2020 #214 last week . Very nice driving car.
  5. Interesting. I know the 2007 and 2008 Shelby GT’s were sold at dealers around here pre title.
  6. The car is in the shop now getting fuel pumps and modules replaced.
  7. The new Shelby facility is outstanding. We have been there a couple of times. It is a must see if you are in Vegas.
  8. The engine was not running and the key was off. At first the Check Engine light would come on when the gauge hit 1/2 full. I was able to clear the code , but it round come back. Now the highest it will read is half a tank. Sounds like the tank will have to be dropped and the sensor and or the fuel pump replaced. I’m hearing it is a unit.
  9. Yes that is the way it looks. What pain. The parts aren’t cheap either.
  10. Has anyone seen the code P2068 on a check engine light? Mine through the code yesterday. Looked it up and it has to do with the fuel gauge. I filled the tank and the gauge still shows 1/2 full.
  11. I measured the strips today. I have 39” of the stuff.
  12. I will have to measure it. Not sure how much I have. I know it is not a large amount
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