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Old 02-19-2016, 03:25 AM
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checked to see if the battery tender was still lit up
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Looked at it.
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I drove it.

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I replaced a couple ball joints, I had some low mileage spares sitting around and the boots on my factory ones were cracked, so it was a good time to swap them out.
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Mounted the intercooler and ran the charge pipes. Prayed for warm weather so this snow will melt.
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Drove it for real for the first time! Removed plasti dip PO had put on all the exterior logos. Removed window tint and glue.
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Replaced passenger side engine mount. Turns out the mount wasn't broken, it just sagged a lot. Made an immediate difference in vibration so I might just replace the driver side too.

While I was down there, I noticed the alignment was all over the place. No wonder my front tires are wearing unevenly..
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Originally Posted by NNY S2k View Post
Originally Posted by gerry100' timestamp='1455822691' post='23884385
checked to see if the battery tender was still lit up
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I think I jinxed myself. Looked again and the red light was flashing indicating a bad battery. That may be from the -15 cold snap we had.

Anybody know if I'm hurting anything by leaving it flashing. Hope to get it inspected in April without losing the codes
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Originally Posted by gerry100 View Post
Originally Posted by NNY S2k' timestamp='1455881144' post='23884887
[quote name='gerry100' timestamp='1455822691' post='23884385']
checked to see if the battery tender was still lit up
X2
Levi
I think I jinxed myself. Looked again and the red light was flashing indicating a bad battery. That may be from the -15 cold snap we had.

Anybody know if I'm hurting anything by leaving it flashing. Hope to get it inspected in April without losing the codes
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Unplug the Tender, check/twist the connections between the tender and the battery, and plug it back in. You may have lost a connection.
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Old 02-22-2016, 02:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Conedodger View Post
Originally Posted by gerry100' timestamp='1456156614' post='23887492
[quote name='NNY S2k' timestamp='1455881144' post='23884887']
[quote name='gerry100' timestamp='1455822691' post='23884385']
checked to see if the battery tender was still lit up
X2
Levi
I think I jinxed myself. Looked again and the red light was flashing indicating a bad battery. That may be from the -15 cold snap we had.

Anybody know if I'm hurting anything by leaving it flashing. Hope to get it inspected in April without losing the codes
[/quote]
Unplug the Tender, check/twist the connections between the tender and the battery, and plug it back in. You may have lost a connection.
[/quote]

Good tip. I actually did this yesterday and it worked for a while before the bad battery light started flashing again.

Did it again on your suggestion and it seems to be working for a few hours, We'll see if we get to full charge. Battery is 6 year old
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