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I do not know the answer to your question regarding the video clip. After you made it public, I just clicked on the initial link and the video came right up and played.
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Looking good. Nice to see you finally getting to drive it.
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I do not know the answer to your question regarding the video clip. After you made it public, I just clicked on the initial link and the video came right up and played.
The pic below shows the filmstrip icon on message header once it has been enabled. Are you using vBulletin 3.8? If so the Automatic Media Embedding (AME) add-on would allow it.

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We are using vBulletin 3.6.8.. It is possible that the software here shows it as disabled. Dave might know the answer to that.
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Nope, our version of vBulletin has no video or music icon. You can link to a video or play an animated GIF file and it will play when clicked-on.
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Thank you all again for the support and the quick responses.

Dave, I got the CVR today and will mail the other one back.

I finished up the amp and speaker installation and hid all of the speakers. The two rear speakers are bolted to the inside rear seat shell. I put the volume control on the side of the console so the wife can turn it up and down easily. I then installed the console and the 12v power outlets. I changed out the driver side window motor with the new one I got from Larry's and will install the old one in the rear quarter since that one was bad. With all of that done I can now put the door panels and remaining interior trim together and install the remaining seats.

It looks like I can still get it completed for the little car show on Sunday!

Oh, I ran the car with the radiator cap off and I never saw any water movement. I will change out the thermostat tomorrow.



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...Dave, I got the CVR today and will mail the other one back...
Tim, I'm in no big hurry BUT I tried to take care of you ASAP. That's why I didn't wait around.
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Tim, I'm in no big hurry BUT I tried to take care of you ASAP. That's why I didn't wait around.
With the CVR you sent me I should be done with the electrical!


I put the seat in just now. I am waiting for the adhesive to dry for the rear package tray and then I can install the rear seat.

Doors and kick panels, interior roof moldings and hubcaps tomorrow.

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What I (and others, I am sure) have been wondering is this.. Did you find out what caused that solid state CVR that Dave sent you to become hot? If so, what was it that you found? Did the replacement get hot also? I certainly hope not. The exterior and interior of ya'lls Tbird is looking like a new car again!
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What I (and others, I am sure) have been wondering is this.. Did you find out what caused that solid state CVR that Dave sent you to become hot? If so, what was it that you found? Did the replacement get hot also? I certainly hope not. The exterior and interior of ya'lls Tbird is looking like a new car again!
I put the replacement in 5 minutes ago. The one from Larrys has been fine but I also changed the ignition switch at the same time. I have left the battery connected for the last two days and all is well. It was probably the ign switch however once Dave gets the CVR back I am sure he will be able to tell exactly what the bird did to it.

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