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    The data center where the site was housed on a Virtual Machine was shut down. The person who was in charge of the VM never saw the emails about migrating because it was flagged as spam and went to his junk folder. Long story short, they turned off the lights and locked the door without SQC being migrated to a new server.

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    Coil spring perches

    By mbruneaux,
    Hello, does anyone have the coil spring perches for front and rear for sale?  Shipped 06331?  I would appreciate it. 

    Rear turn signal/hazard light rewire

    By GoldStar,
    Inspired by this ye olde thread: https://www.starquestclub.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/37443-rewire-your-taillights-aussie-style-pics-video/ I don't know about you, but it's always annoyed me that the outer taillight bulbs in the USDM Starquests are just that; taillight bulbs. They take the same type of bulbs as the inner two, and the sockets are even keyed for one-way installation, so why the hell don't they function as the turn signal/hazard lights? Was it a market-specific styling

    Fuel filter part numbers?

    By 83tommy,
    Hey there, currently trying to get my '83 Starion back on the road; just had a time cleaning out the injectors and now I'd like to replace the fuel filters. From what I understand, there are three: engine bay, tank, and pump. Anybody have some insight on the part numbers for these? All that comes up on Autozone, Advance, O'Reilly's, Napa is the in-line high pressure filter for the engine bay. Thanks! Tommy

    My Second Quest, a Red '88

    By obsolete,
    I originally posted this in April 2020, and thankfully it was archived by the Wayback Machine, so I was able to recover it and post it again. This is a long story, but I think it's pretty good. You might want to go grab a beverage. I am back on the forum after a few years away. I joined in 2011 when I had my red '87. Unfortunately, that car suffered the same fate as too many others; engine went bad, got parted out. It deserved better, but that was the most practical choice for my situa

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