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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-23-2006, 01:35 PM
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i wish there was a way to make them do that at every startup. my grand am GT did that at every startup. i always thought it looked really cool too.

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i wish there was a way to make them do that at every startup. my grand am GT did that at every startup. i always thought it looked really cool too.
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i think the new is 250's and 350's do it too, it looks real cool i think its called a tach sweep.
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I concur in the dying battery. Mine did it when my battery died, also did it when I had a loose ground, it would sweep when it lost power and came back on again. My battery died just a couple of days ago (@ 2.5 years old) and wouldn't even jump, it had absolutely NOTHING left in it, probably a cell went completely bad. So I splurged and bought an Optima Red Top. Now she's happy again.

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lol my car is borderline 4 years old and my stock battery is still running finE!


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crazy.. after i sell 2 fuel rails im getting the oddsey and the cpe battery mount.
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i think the new is 250&#39;s and 350&#39;s do it too, it looks real cool i think its called a tach sweep.
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the toyota scions do it as well.

there is away we can do it on the six, but it involves the key being in the on position, and eithier pressing the brake in a certain pattern, or pulling the ebrake? i think i read that in one of the faqs eithier on here or 6tech. ill have to take a look around.
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