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    Default Re: (Almost) new Viper owner, saying hi

    I have purchased from Parts Rack before, they are good, don't know anything about viper store
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    Viper store seems over priced. I would stick with JonB and Roe Racing.

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    Thanks, guys, appreciate the input.

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    So, any fellow Viper owners in Maine or New England?

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    Well, I *finally* took delivery today! Pictures to come soon. New question: while maneuvering it into my garage, an upwards orange arrow lit up on my central display...overheat warning?

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    1-4 shift skip i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalonTSi90 View Post
    1-4 shift skip i think.
    Hmm...I was hardly moving the first time, and the second time I was sitting completely still. I was going to look it up in owner's manual, but it hasn't gotten to me yet.

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    Been 24 hours, no pics yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalonTSi90 View Post
    Been 24 hours, no pics yet?
    I've had my hands full, but yes, I did snap one after first pulling it into the garage--let's see if this works...

    Viper.jpg

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    New question: does anyone else have to crush their clutch against the floor in order to get their Viper to start?

    When I tried starting the Viper to do some garage re-maneuvering, I pushed the clutch to the floor, but the vehicle wouldn't start. Only after I put as much weight against the pedal as I could, got it to move a hair more, the car started.

    Seems...overly temperamental...but maybe that's what I've gotten myself into?

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    Prob just need to adjust the clutch switch, was an issue on the DSM's too. For some reason i thought you got a Gen II? Is that an Autoform hard top? I cant see the seam on the front edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalonTSi90 View Post
    Prob just need to adjust the clutch switch, was an issue on the DSM's too. For some reason i thought you got a Gen II? Is that an Autoform hard top? I cant see the seam on the front edge.
    Alright, thanks, I'll put that on the list. Gen I for me, and that *is* an Autoform top--nice piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalonTSi90 View Post
    1-4 shift skip i think.
    You are right, found a brief mention of it in the owner's manual--thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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