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post #34051 of 34698 Old 09-17-2019, 01:06 PM
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Well my SCT is already been shipped back out to me from SCT tech support...guess thats good or bad. Something common or they fixed something and worked good there but may not be fixed when I hook it to my truck. Also heard back about my work car. A/C compressor pulley bearing locked up and caused the belt to break. So now to decide if the car is worth fixing and keeping or bypassing it and then sell it and buy something newer.

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Well my SCT is already been shipped back out to me from SCT tech support...guess thats good or bad. Something common or they fixed something and worked good there but may not be fixed when I hook it to my truck. Also heard back about my work car. A/C compressor pulley bearing locked up and caused the belt to break. So now to decide if the car is worth fixing and keeping or bypassing it and then sell it and buy something newer.

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i havent had any trouble with my sct but i always hear they are fast at getting them fixed and sent back.
mine is the old x3 and i think there were just fewer troubles

what kind of car?
and if it were me i would stick a new compressor in it and drive it for a hundred thousand more miles.
but then i usually buy stuff with more problems than just an ac compressor so

in other news went out and got the truck good and stuck yesterday
not too bad i didnt even break out the winch but i did have to climb out in the worst sticky azz clay mud i have seen in a while and drag a log out from under me so i could back the truck up and work on getting turned around ... good times
now i should be doing fire wood but for some reason my back wont even let me pick up the rounds i need to split so...
thinking i will climb the hill behind the house and try to drag out a couple little dead oaks that dont need splitting
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Well I emailed them to see if they found anything. They said they programmed a vehicle then removed it no issues. So that has me worried my issue wasn't trying to program a vehicle it was using the gauge function.

My car is a 1997 Escort, with 176k it's not worth dumping a bunch of money into. It already needs front struts, window doesn't work, trunk opens when you hit unlock lol. It's time to move on.

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My car is a 1997 Escort, with 176k It's time to move on.

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I know I don't check in often anymore even though arguably I have a nicer truck now than when I had my '06 King Ranch lol but life is just busy. I actually finally pulled the trigger on something I've been talking about for a few years and I bought a car. I need a truck to get tools to and from job sites but 90% of the time I just need a little car. I'm saving tons on fuel now, keeping miles off the truck and parking is SOO much easier lol. Kinda weird to think this is the only non Ford vehicle I've owned and only the second car I've owned. Hopefully this one stays for more than 6 months.


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Well got my SCT back yesterday. As I suspected it didn't work. I asked them what they fixed and they replied nothing. They programmed a vehicle and returned to stock. No issues. I wrote them back and said I never had issues with programming.... my issue was ising the gauge functions haven't had a reply. But I played with the plug today a bit and found out if I pulled up on the plug ever so lightly it would start to read?? Not sure where to go from here

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