All I know is that Mach uses its own unbalanced signal to go from head unit to sub. When you buy aftermarket stuff it always uses balanced signals.
Crutchfield has nothing to work with the Mach system.
So I am also interested to know how to get that to work.
AAA members can go in and they will help you make a route that you choose and print off a trip tic for you.
P.S. Anyone who travels a lot should be a AAA member. Loads of benifits, if you don't have you should really check it out.
For $100 you can get cord ($50) and lifetime license for Forscan ($50). You will get way more info than any scanner and you will never need anything else.
And the cord goes on sale every once in a while, on amazon.
It has been my experience that it was not the channel but the window regulator bending out of whack. Eventually it will break the gears from the regulator to the motor.
Once you replace the regulator/w motor it will roll up correctly.
Don't buy the cheap one or you will be doing it twice.
Not another mystery button. I'm still waiting to see what the buttons did on the first two threads about a mystery buttons to get solved.
They seem to show up out west, first one was in Utah and the other in Arizona.
Must be remnates from Roswell.
When I changed out my radiator I found the stupid connector on the bottom hose. after I did get it disconnected I decided to pay the extra for an oem replacement and I am still happy with that decision.
I mean it was only like a $30 difference What is your time and peace of mind worth...
Do they have any kind of maintanence log? Maybye at least tell you about what has been (and has not been) done to the vehicle? The only thing you have given us to go on is the trans needs.
So If the rest of truck in good condition and has had good maintanence then yes definatly a good buy...
I can ask my magic 8 ball and give you an answer.
A real answer is going to take,
For what? Why? To put on what? Is it stock?
Here maybe this will help,