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1994RedVert

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About 1994RedVert

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  • Birthday 07/22/1980

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    I am 31 years old. I joined the Air Force 12 years ago. In that time I spent 15 months on the Portugese Island of Terceira. Then I PCS'ed (Permanent Change of Station) to Scott AFB, Illinois for 4 and a half years. I met and married my beautiful wife while at Scott AFB, Illinois. Then we PCS'ed to Ramstein AB, Germany and spent 2 and a half years there. Had a little boy and then was PCS'ed to LittleRock AFB, Arkansas. We spent 2 and a half years at LittleRock. While at LittleRock I deployed to Baghdad Int'l Iraq for 6 months. When I got back from Iraq we PCS'ed to Scott AFB, Illinois for the second time in my career and this is where we are now. I retire from the Air Force in 8 years. Can't wait.
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    Cars Motorcycles, Camping, Official Detroit Red Wings, Golfing, Michigan Football, Let's see if ther
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    United States Air Force
  1. Nice, definitely different than the 94'. After I broke my circle grilles off it was as easy to take the speakers out as yours are.
  2. Yes, the 94's have round speaker covers.
  3. It is your call bro to try and pop off the speaker covers. Mine were not velcroed on, mine were screwed in from behind. If I knew people were going to ask how to remove them I would have kept them to show you how I broke them off. Just be careful, if they are velcroed on they will come off pretty effortlessly. But, if you pull and they are not coming off with some force don't force them! Or you will break them.
  4. It is really easy to do. But, 6.5" Fosgate speakers do not fit in the rear location without cutting them. Crutfield said they would fit, but I had to cut them to fit, that is why there is all that white stuff around my speaker grill. If I find how to tear the rear panels out I will post it for you.
  5. If you google it, it will show you what screws to take out. I haven't taken my side panels out yet.
  6. What ever you do, don't try to just pop off the speaker grills. You have to take the side panel out of the car. I made the mistake of trying to pop mine off and I broke them. But, I didn't care because I put in Rockford Fosgate Speakers and used the grills for the new speakers. Here is what I did:
  7. Ok, I will have to check it all out. Thank you guys so much. Have to tear the damn thing apart.
  8. I am not sure what would cause the positive battery cable to get that hot. But, I am going to do some checking tonight.
  9. Right, but if it is staying hot all the time, the relay could be staying closed so that it is always making a connection. So, if it is a relay I just change it and it should fix it right?
  10. This is badass! I am thinking about putting it in my Cutlass now.
  11. Take it and get a 100 point inspection. They will let you know what needs changed and what is going to need to be changed.
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