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Oscar73



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PostSubject: Northwest Roadmaster Wagon   Northwest Roadmaster Wagon Icon_minitimeWed May 15, 2019 8:47 pm

I've been reading the site for a while, especially after buying my 1994 Roadmaster Estate Wagon.

This is the third in a series of Buick wagons I've owned over the years...starting with a 1966 Skylark Wagon with the Vista Cruiser windows. 250 HP 300, auto, lt gold. No pictures exist that I know of. Bought it with 40k on the clock for $200.
2nd was a 1956 Buick Special wagon, 3 tone, black/white/castle grey metallic, with big clown wheels. The red steelies and wide whitewalls went in the dumper as soon I converted over to wheel studs. Dropped a valve and shattered no. 7 piston.
Cut to 2018, and I find myself minus a foot in a rehab in Raymond, WA. Left leg, missing. Vehicle, 1966 Chev 3/4 ton pickup, manual everything.
Peruse OfferUp. find 1994 Buick RMW for $1200, do a little research, see "LT-1" call the guy. offer him a grand, it's mine!

Black, tan leather interior, vista wind, 3rd seat, American Racing wheels.

Well, tried an attachment, but I don't have any server...I'll try again.

J Sorenson
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Oscar73



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PostSubject: Re: Northwest Roadmaster Wagon   Northwest Roadmaster Wagon Icon_minitimeWed May 15, 2019 8:50 pm

Oh yeah, I gots lotsa questions. Mostly about how a guy with no feet and a Harbor Freight multi-meter can eliminate the anti theft system.

Thanks!
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Garrett Crozier

Garrett Crozier

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Location : Toledo, Ohio

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PostSubject: Re: Northwest Roadmaster Wagon   Northwest Roadmaster Wagon Icon_minitimeToday at 1:14 pm

Welcome to the forums! The anti theft system is pretty simple. This site has good info on how it works : http://shbox.com/1/pass_key.html That site if for F-bodys, but most of the powertrain and engine management applies here. If the the resistor in the key is not making good connection, you need to identify the key, and wire in the appropirate resistor under the dash.

Another option is to program the VATS out of the PCM. There are plenty of options for that (TunerCat, EEhack for diy, PCM4Less, and Solomon for mail order come to mind). I actually have the software to delete it, but you would need to ship it both ways (I am near toledo OH).

Best of luck on the project!
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