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  • #16
    Originally posted by driller View Post
    That's the most ridiculous explanation ever.
    I am doubling down on ridiculous!
    98 LSC Torreador Red
    "This fire's thrills per BTU are off the charts!"

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    • #17
      Originally posted by driller View Post
      That's the most ridiculous explanation ever.
      Maybe they thought with the all that hot air they were spewing it would thaw out the dryer lol

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      • #18
        Leo, moose is just giving you a hint that it wants to be in a heated garage. Please oblige it's wishes.

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        • #19
          Yes Rubber becomes very stiff in the cold. Back in the homeland, Saskatchewan, suspension bushings went out regularly. At -40 they could shatter on the older cars. Modern silicone bushings do much better, but the air bags are old school rubber and get very stiff when cold
          Bill w

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          • #20
            Since the temps have been back up above freezing the rear now works fine! Stays up overnight, in fact stand up all weekend without having been driven.

            So I'm leaning at frozen dryer or solenoid. I have a spare dryer so I'll try that first.
            Leo
            1997 Mark VIII LSC - (Moose)
            1986 Chevy El Camino - (Elky)
            New York AutoFest show schedule

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            • #21
              Let us know what you find Leo, I might be doing the same thing this weekend.

              It is nice to have the spare parts, but it's still a bit of a pain to change out in the winter.

              Bill
              1994 Deep Jewel Green 183,142 miles
              1997 White LSC 135k miles
              1998 White Collectors Edition 175k
              1994 Black (#2) 100k miles
              1993 Deep Jewel Green Convertible

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              • #22
                Originally posted by billcu View Post
                Let us know what you find Leo, I might be doing the same thing this weekend.

                It is nice to have the spare parts, but it's still a bit of a pain to change out in the winter.
                You don't think Leo is going to change parts himself, let alone on his back in the driveway in the winter, LOL

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by steve View Post
                  You don't think Leo is going to change parts himself, let alone on his back in the driveway in the winter, LOL
                  Oh hell no!
                  Leo
                  1997 Mark VIII LSC - (Moose)
                  1986 Chevy El Camino - (Elky)
                  New York AutoFest show schedule

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