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      Quadzilla Tunes   06/12/2017

      QUADZILLA TUNE REPOSITORY - There is now a Quadzilla tune download area. When you submit a tune file to the download area it will automatically create a forum topic that allows discussion of your tune. So export your tune and upload it to the site. Then we all can help out in building better tunes. Check it out gang...
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      911 Support Group   06/22/2017

      Hey Gang, I've got the 911 support group database back up and running once again. It's listed in the 911 support category. It will allow members to list their contact information and location so other have a listed of members to call upon in the time of need. So if you wish to support other member please stop by and add your listing into the database. https://mopar1973man.com/cummins/911-support.html/contacts/
Wild and Free

SUV talk...go

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It's so when it doesn't seal tight anymore the check engine light will come on with a p0455 large leak in fuel evaporative system and you can't just go to your local parts house and get a new gas cap to fix it.  It means money for Honda.

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Don't loose the funnel.. I'll bet it's $75 to replace at the dealer.

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Well broke 1k miles today on the new 2017 Honda CR-V EX-L AWD 1.5l turbo and wife and i both love it. Still learning all the options but the more we both drive it the more we love this thing.

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Good to hear. My daughter has an 06 I believe. I kind of got stuck driving for a few days while working in her area. It drove fine and filling it up for less than $20 was pretty cool. The drivers seat was comfortable but my leg laid against the console and was npt comfortable at all. It was on the 4th and last day I drove that I found a steering wheel adjustment that let back away enough to get my leg off of the console. Sometimes learning new vehicles can be fun. On a side note, hers was returned with a full tank and mine was empty. Kids, you gotta love em. I know I do mine.

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Ha ha sounds like my wife. It won't take long for her to figure out EXACTLY how many miles she can drive with the fuel gauge on empty.:doh::fuel:

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