Alright, been tacking some load of stuff again. To start, I finally plugged in the side mirror heaters. Until now I just had the wires rolled up with a zip tie dangling in the engine bay, so I decided now's the time finally. Just wired them straight to 12 volts with a 20amp fuse, off to a switch in the dash and from there on to the mirrors. When I finally get off my ass and track down a nice relay box with fuse slots I'll add those and a whole lot of other stuff in there and really clean up the wiring, until then I'll just tidily half ass the wiring stuff Thought it'd be smart to put them on a lighted switch because otherwise I'll just forget them on every time... But turns out the switch is blindingly bright during dark, which isn't exactly ideal... Also my roof markers are fucking about again... First the middle one went dark and then the driver side corner one started flickering like ain't no tomorrow. Tackled the corner one today, and opened the middle one but didn't do anything to it due to unforeseen circumstances, had to put it back on and hit the road, but that works now too, which is fun. Then a project that I've been working on for 3 days now: front wheel alignment. Some of you may have noticed that my front wheels were some few degrees on the plus side of camber, which really ate up my tires and made cornering a gamble, so I finally took a poke at that. Just a small poke though. With a hammer. Once. Very gently. Most problems I actually had with the passenger side tie rods, those bastards were seized up gooooooood, even compared to all the other ones. Finally managed to break them loose tonight, but boy oh boy did it take a whole lot of penetrating oil and gentle persuasion. Now I have both wheels at exactly 1 degrees minus camber, but the angles might be a little off, though I tried to get 'em pretty straight, but well, the adjustments weren't in the most spacious areas. Now I've also got the toe at tolerable angles, but the truck still pulls to the right pretty severly, must be the tires that are so worn from all the wrong places. Why do I suspect the tires? I cranked the toe to the roof, so that the passenger side was pointing left and driver side straight, so there was no possible way the truck could pull right, but somehow it still managed to, pretty forcefully too, so I took the toe back to normal levels and said **** it. Tire pressure could be a factor, but at least there wasn't no significant difference, both tires were over 3,5 bars, because that's where the pens chart ended and I couldn't be bothered to drive by a gas station at that time of the evening. Sorry no pictures this time, the site's whining that they were too big, so I'll make another post with the pictures later on.