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Old 12-16-2011, 05:04 PM   #21
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There is no difference in those 2 year doors so long as he doesn't have convertable or T top doors on a hatch/coupe lol. The differences are if they are both power or manual windows/locks or not and the same combo of each.....
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Old 12-18-2011, 12:33 PM   #22
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There is no difference in those 2 year doors so long as he doesn't have convertable or T top doors on a hatch/coupe lol. The differences are if they are both power or manual windows/locks or not and the same combo of each.....
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New weather stripping on the main doors, and the locking mechanism on the rear hatch is bent so it only catches every so often (I have no idea how).
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:00 PM   #23
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it is bent from being dropped close multiple times. you can adjust the striker, the latch and the bump stops to make it catch easier. If it is lining up right and it still doesn't catch all the time soak the inside of the latch in WD40 or something and screw in the bump stops and see if that helps.
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it is bent from being dropped close multiple times. you can adjust the striker, the latch and the bump stops to make it catch easier. If it is lining up right and it still doesn't catch all the time soak the inside of the latch in WD40 or something and screw in the bump stops and see if that helps.
Exactly what I was planning on
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ok, anywho....enough BSing about what you have done...this thread is supposed to be for those who are looking for work and asking for help in person.
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ok, anywho....enough BSing about what you have done...this thread is supposed to be for those who are looking for work and asking for help in person.
ok so... I need Tranny help. seems to shift sooner than it should, mild TCC chatter, and I cant get the damned OD button to work. Ideas?
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