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Old 07-28-2010, 09:10 PM
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Freak out much? Don't beat people up in this thread man... teh n00b just used this thread exactly how it was meant to be used
 
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Lmfao !!!!!!!!! im just glad it was posted in here and not in its own thread cause i couldn't imagine everyones comments on this ashley .... cause im sure you would have made a nice comments lol
 
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Originally Posted by g35snoop View Post
it all depends on where you live and how cold it gets ... freezes or snows a lot
so with the cooper i don't have to adjust the coolant control valve i just install it and let it be?
 
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:15 PM
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freak out huh .... just being sarcastic ashley .. im sure if that statement he posted had its own thread you would say a smart comment as well as many others in here and BlkSedan4me would have some pictures to go along with it lmao
 

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Originally Posted by BlkSedan4me View Post
so with the cooper i don't have to adjust the coolant control valve i just install it and let it be?
im sure the copper iso-thermal plenum will work just fine were you are at ... some people will get the coolant control valve as well with their set up but don't ever use it ... so i would just stick with the copper set up
 
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thanks snoop
 
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Originally Posted by Wannabe6MT View Post
I'm making this thread so people can ask a random little question without making a totally new thread for that small question that doesn't need a whole thread. Obviously i had to break the ice on this new forum 'tool' (as i am going to put it) and or/idea and make a thread for my random little question. Reply if you want, ask questions if you got 'em!



Anyways, my question is, i recently replaced the bracket in my door because the **** started popping all the way down the road. An annoying pop that went away when i held the top of the handle with my hand. I originally replaced the bracket because some where down the line, it got bored out. Seemed to happen after i hit that MAJOR rattle making pot hole down in Jacksonville florida that shook me and my car to bits.

It has been popping ever since.

Replaced bracket, and it still pops. I added felt all around it to see if that would help and it didn't. I am almost thinking that it could be happening in between where the leather armrest 'handle' thing at the top is joining with the plastic door panel (because those aren't one piece, correct?) and if so, is there any way to get under there to add some felt? Does anyone else even have an annoying pop that CANNOT be drowned out? It honestly drives me so far up the wall that i am having a hard time breathing rom the altitude. I am about ready to just dynomat the crap out of the door.

Any suggestions for 'pop' removal would be appreciated.
Have you tried hitting the affected area with a little WD-40? I know, it sounds like a red-nek fix, but I've seen it work wonders before... My cousin had a squeak in the A-pillar on his Bonneville, and he could NOT git rid of it. Finally he shot some good-ol WD behind it... squeak gone
Obviously, you would want to make sure you didn't get any on the finish surfaces of the door panel, just inside mounting points.

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why is the sky blue??
It's quite simple...

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Where can you pick up the black rubber door trimmings? Mine is starting to deteriorate
I have a spare passenger front... I'll have to check the condition of it though.

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I made the thread. It has to be good.
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freak out huh .... just being sarcastic ashley .. im sure if that statement he posted had its own thread you would say a smart comment as well as many others in here and BlkSedan4me would have some pictures to go along with it lmao
^Yep... had that been it's own thread, I would have burned it to the ground
See... Janik's thread just saved an innocent n00b
 
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:31 PM
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lmfaooooooooooooooooooo
 
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i have this wicked rash...what is it?
 
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i have this wicked rash...what is it?
IDK... but Mikey has the same one









 
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has anyone ever noticed that when a n00b makes a thread all the new will post in it .. yea im under 2000 posts and i know im a n00b still cause the thread count but i post up with the big dawgs in here :-)
 
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i have this wicked rash...what is it?

make sure you wipe it good and you wont have to worry about that happening again lol
 
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by NFSP G35 View Post
Have you tried hitting the affected area with a little WD-40? I know, it sounds like a red-nek fix, but I've seen it work wonders before... My cousin had a squeak in the A-pillar on his Bonneville, and he could NOT git rid of it. Finally he shot some good-ol WD behind it... squeak gone
Obviously, you would want to make sure you didn't get any on the finish surfaces of the door panel, just inside mounting points.



It's quite simple...



I have a spare passenger front... I'll have to check the condition of it though.



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^Yep... had that been it's own thread, I would have burned it to the ground
See... Janik's thread just saved an innocent n00b



ashley he did just make a full new thread on the subject of a 06 front bumper lmfaoooooooooooooooo
 
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i have this wicked rash...what is it?
 

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