NHTSA ID: 10081507 TSB ID: 5NP-V5B5E-09What screws are you referring to? I'd like to check these as well.
There's a major difference, trust me. I've used Griot's. With these latest editions with my car detailing through CG products, I've noticed a difference. The conditioner product does the obvious, and the serum product protects from UV sunlight.Thst factory leather has a spray sealant over the surface. Not sure you're doing any more than window dressing putting the product on there. I used to think I was. Not so sure, anymore.
HOWEVER, it's worth the extra few minutes to wipe it down if for nothing more than the aromatic effect. That's what I like about the Griot's leather care: that smell.
Briefly...I did. I pulled it down from the garage area until I’m more settled with things. I installed the sway bar last night. What a pain. The muffler had to be loosened just a little in order to have the extra room for the 19mm thick s-bar. OEM is 15mm thick.
Anybody know the answer to this? The F346 mudguards are more expensive, and on the site they are pictured with a Limited alloy wheel. They appear to be a little beefier. Does anybody know for sure?I just visited that site looking to order some myself. What is the difference between the F2F46 and F3F46 mudguards?
D*mn, guys! Your timing sucks. I just stumbled upon my shipping invoice for mine back in April of '16. Laid it down, SOMEWHERE in the garage. uzzled:Anybody know the answer to this? The F346 mudguards are more expensive, and on the site they are pictured with a Limited alloy wheel. They appear to be a little beefier. Does anybody know for sure?
Couldn't she just grab the wheel and pull the e-brake? I feel like that's a situation for which the e-brake is designed to be used. Realistically though that situation is extremely rare. I've been an EMT for 7 years and only seen it happen a few times.Really losing it, only took me a year to notice the right rear front of the wheel well bottom was not pushed into the rocker panel hole. Looked at the left side, was pushed in, also snaps in.
So used my plastic pry bar to lift it up over that bottom edge of the rocker panel and snapped it in. Took me nine months to discover that heating vent under the passenger front seat was just lying on the floor and not snapped in, so this raises the count to two.
So doing a closer inspection now. Only rattle that is annoying is when my wife leaves the car, that buckle always lands up at an angle, just reach over and straighten it out. Could glue a piece of foam over that plastic, but that would be terrible.
My brother-in-law suddenly passed away last week, 83 year old, brain aneurysm, sudden, and otherwise in perfect health. Was talking to her last night, good thing he wasn't driving when this happened, with that center console in all new vehicles, could never reach over and take control of the vehicle, she could have been killed too.
Was surprised to heat this from her, her technical knowledge is next to zero. My 92 DeVille was the last vehicle I owned with a full front seat, kept that to 2012, but was my highway car and avoided driving it in ice and snow, only reason I kept it that long. Had that to teach my youngest kid in 2005 how to drive, could sit next to her and get full control with both the steering wheel and the brake pedal if necessary. But all this is history now, sure glad I don't have anymore kids.
DOT did this, really no way to add a center airbag in a vehicle unless you got rid of the radio, but in doing so, solved one problem and created another one.
Dont worry I'm still alive, just busy with college/life. Thought I would venture to the forums to browse for a bit. The GT Facebook group is booming! Test drove a 2018 ES lest month. Great little car! Might be adding one to the fleet in the future... Between that and the EGTS for another family member. Id love to see all the stuff going on yours though!I'm still floating around on the forum for now...
Been so busy and the recent weather change has made me feel sluggish. Things are coming along on my build with my 2018 Sport. I wish I had the time to whip everything on much faster than it's current state.
Here's a teaser pic of the braces (the 4 point -that's right, I went with the 4 point...boo-ya - and the strut brace). The sway bar brace wasn't completed during the purchasing period...but it should be here shortly.
Oh-yeah...that white box. Well that's the certain little thing I've shared in private messages. I don't want anything said publicly on the forum; so those aware of what's inside, keep it to yourself.
Yeah, I need to add photos with all the stuff on. It’s sweet to see you still come here. I completely forgot about your transition into college life. The braces add crazy handling inside corners and whatnot.Dont worry I'm still alive, just busy with college/life. Thought I would venture to the forums to browse for a bit. The GT Facebook group is booming! Test drove a 2018 ES lest month. Great little car! Might be adding one to the fleet in the future... Between that and the EGTS for another family member. Id love to see all the stuff going on yours though!
A few weeks back I detailed the tire and wheels fully by removing them and detailing both sides. It’s a long process but totally worth it.Man, I feel like a stranger. Built a 10 x16 work shop and it’s taking up all my time. That and concerts. And it seems like it’s also taking forever to move everything in and organize it. So, I’m peeking in from time to time.
But I did manage to stick a vacuum nozzle inside her today. Need to claybar, seal, and wax before winter comes screaming at us.