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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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    Screw in 02 Sensor with one wire

    By BlueCuda,
    My 87 has a 3" cat less downpipe and exhaust on it.  I has a threaded 02 sensor as opposed to the flanged one that goes in the stock location.  Currently it has an AEM wideband sensor in it and the factory 02 isn't even plugged in.  I am going to add another 02 bung so I can use both.  Is there a known good number out there for a single wire screw in 02 for these cars?  I am thinking it is probably a generic part but its worth asking.     The car originally had a MAF T and Apexi deal o

    1987 chrysler conquest tsi general questions

    By Moose,
    Ok so to anyone who wants to give me a little insight to some of the issues I'm working with here will be greatly appreciated. Please bear with me as I'm actually new to the forum thing. I do alot of reading on forums and I've actually been reading this forum long before I even found my conquest but I've never really posted any of my problems. I think I may have posted something somewhere on here before the site switched I dont even remember.   So I picked up a 1987 chrysler conquest t

    Anyone have a top down image of the fuel tank?

    By varzaman,
    Hey, putting together my fuel tank right now. Wondering if anyone still has a top down view of the tank that I can use as a reference.   I find the manual diagrams hard to read, so I've been using images I've found on here for sanity checks...except the ones I have saved are gone now    

    3:90 differential

    By Killaphil,
    Looking for a 88/89 diff with 3:90 gears that is ready to go. 

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