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Ok, MIPOC folks. This forum does not have to be a one forum, forum!! you guys can have multi forums, you get some bodies in here and we can set you up virtually how you want.
 

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Matt,
Good work, did you set this up with fordforums.com?? This seems like a good way for all of us Probe guys to get some recognition. Maybe Ford will pay attention to what they are missing out on. See you at HD-II
 
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yeah you can thank tim! he set us up and has a lot of good ideas for us! and yes this is a big step to be noticed!

did sandon help you on your car when your lights didnt pop up?
my lights will not pop up and its really a problem! cant drive at night.. you know :)
all fuses are fine and im running out of patience!
see you at HDII
 
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Someone has to finish up the MIPOC home page. It seems that the club is a little spread out. let's find out if someone wants to step up and finish the page and make it look good.
 

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Hey guys, if youre looking for someone to do a web page for you and to do a good job, ask Jon90LX-SE. Hes on PT. He did BAPOC's web site and it looks great!
 

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Well we've got a good website, it's just that no one uses it, so Steve stopped updating it. Most of the MIPOC members use the MIPOC forum on PT so the website doesn't get any hits.

Matt,
Sandon and Tom helped me out with the lights problem. Did you check the relay under the hood too? Are both lights not working or just one. If one isn't working you probably have a screwed motor. If they both don't work, you may find that there is a short in the wiring. On mine, we pulled off the front bumper and found that the original owner had quick spliced one of the wires to the passenger motor. Once we fixed that there was no problem and they've been working perfect for more than six months now. If it can wait a little longer, I'll check it out with you at HD-II. If not, I suggest trying to look for any cuts or splices in the wires. A good sign of that being a problem is when you continually blow the small fuse in the box under the hood. I went through about six before I got the problem fixed. If you are driving at night just adjust the lights to the up position manually and leave them up until you can fix the problem. If you have any other questions email me at [email protected] and I'll see if I can help out.
 
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