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Do we have a thread for replacing the transmission fluid on an automatic yet. That is coming up for me even though it is not required, I plan to do it this fall anyway. I have the manuals but not all of us do.
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I think it would be cool the next time someone changes out their door inserts in the interior door panels if they could layout a walkthrough. :popcorn:
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gsbinder wrote:I think it would be cool the next time someone changes out their door inserts in the interior door panels if they could layout a walkthrough. :popcorn:


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Demon Hunter wrote:
gsbinder wrote:I think it would be cool the next time someone changes out their door inserts in the interior door panels if they could layout a walkthrough. :popcorn:


Your wish is my command. I'm about to do this. I'll make sure I thoroughly document it.


Thanks Demon Hunter, that is awesome :cheers:
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@demon, gsbinder- i'm here for ya! i have done this several times so if you have any questions give me a call 440-813-2490 jim
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OHIO-SPEED wrote:@demon, gsbinder- i'm here for ya! i have done this several times so if you have any questions give me a call 440-813-2490 jim

Thanks for the support Jim :D
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Has anyone documented grill removal yet? This is on my to-do list this winter, and it will help if I have some visual instruction.
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It's a PITA. I had a friends body shop remove it for me because I didn't want to deal with it. You have to remove the entier front clip of the car to remove it.
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