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  1. Reatta pictures from last summer

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  2. Photo of my gray Reatta

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  3. My Reatta is in hibernation for the winter.

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  4. October Cars & Coffee in Knoxville

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  5. Casino Trip

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  6. Cherohala Skyway Fall Color Cruise

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  7. Road Trip - Colorado

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  8. Buick dealer suprise

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  9. This is a first as far as I know

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  10. Tail of The Dragon

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  11. Road trip to the Corvette Museum

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  12. Please read these rules before posting.

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  13. Photos of my Reatta at Cumberland Falls.

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    • Danpatters583
      Lol when i saw your previous comment I thought to myself he must have mistyped that. Then I thought maybe he is right? Lol and i double checked to make sure i had them right...... Again lol. And fun fact after all this I was driving it and it started missing at lower rpm. I was like what now? Lol turns out the air flow meter decided to stop working. 😂 good thing I learned how to access the trouble codes lol. Needless to say its been replaced now too lol. 
    • Ronnie
      This should help: Horn Button Replacement - 1990-91 Models    
    • Dan USA
      Hello, How do you remove the Horn button Assemblies from a 1990 Steering Wheel?  Thank You. Dan
    • DAVES89
      Yeah I used your "Diagnostics" on the top of the page to look them up. What was interesting to me is that every time the E041 would trip then so would the 27 and 28 codes. Then when I cleaned up the connection to stop the 41 code that also stopped the 27 and 28 codes. They have yet to reappear... 
    • Ronnie
      Codes 27 and 28 are transmission codes. I get those sometimes. I think it's caused by gear indicator switches in the transmission sticking. Maybe they won't come back for you.
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