X1000 :cheesy:coreyeroc said:big thank you to supremedalek. You know, its not that often that someone will go outta their way to do something for someone they dont even really know. Youre a good person supremedalek, wish there were more people like you around here.
So true - I third that notion .coreyeroc said:big thank you to supremedalek. You know, its not that often that someone will go outta their way to do something for someone they dont even really know. Youre a good person supremedalek, wish there were more people like you around here.
Since the 3rd brake light is removed, the interior cover is off so all you have to do is remove the nuts that hold the pannel in there. I think there ar 6 or 7 of them. Do you have an idea of how much that is for?supremedalek said:I think it still looks like that picture. How to take the decor panel out?
Yes Sir if it's before monday (after that I'll be on a long trip and won't use public computers to make bank transactions). Please PM me for a payment I'll paypal the amount right after you get it (need to add the shipping to the price) :cheesy:supremedalek said:That is good to know. I will try to get it. About cost I would think it is a bit more than $10 but most definitvely under $20. Do you want me to yank it for you? FYI, things they will ream one up there are
Sometimes with small stuff they do not know what it is they will let go for cheap. Other times they will charge for everything; I saw once a guy who was going to buy a dash cover and they wanted to charge him close to $150 because they priced everything that was attached to -- vents, metal bracket, even bolts -- separately. It all depends on who is on the counter that day.
- Throttle body ($40+)
- Bumber cover ($45)
- Radiator ($45)
- Intercooler ($45, charged as a radiator)
On a different note,
What this? http://www.eeuroparts.com/productdetail.aspx?searchResults=1&code=6261, I need the whole thing (cap and dipstick), not just the cap (what my original post sounded like I just needed).supremedalek said:I can try; how hard is it to get it out safely?