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Old 07-22-2008, 02:30 AM   #1
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I recently went in to futureshop to buy a car stereo, I am not a huge car stereo guy, but I seemed to get something decent for the price I paid so I got them to install it the deck went in flawlessly it took about 20 minutes and then they said "We are actually closed so your going to have to come back another day" So I book it in for 2 days down the road, I drop the car off that day and have to bum a ride of people I know. I dropped the car off at 2:00PM and when I went back the only thing the man finished was the front speakers, then I find out this guy broke the back clip on my seat belt panel trying to install the rear speakers, it is not rocket science, so now I have to go back tomorrow, which is tuesday and get the speakers put in. And to top it off, my car's fans are acting up and my car is vibrating when I have the AC or even the fan on, and not to mention the front speakers the drivers side stopped working now too. I swear if this installation is not done by tomorrow at like noon at the latest I am returning all the crap they sold me getting my stock stuff put in, and they can replace my panel!


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Old 07-22-2008, 07:26 AM   #2
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Old 07-22-2008, 07:49 AM   #3
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man if you would have talked to me i would have done the instal for you. you would have had the car back in an hour or so. waht all do you have done to your car?? any pix?
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Old 07-22-2008, 09:07 AM   #4
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How come you just didn't do it yourself? Installing speakers is easy, and if you break a door panel clip, you have nobody to blame but yourself lol.
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that sucks.. you should of had a couple of your buddies help you out.. good luck to you
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How come you just didn't do it yourself? Installing speakers is easy, and if you break a door panel clip, you have nobody to blame but yourself lol.
Its easy on roll up windows, I have done that; but I will not touch one with power windows.
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Old 07-22-2008, 07:51 PM   #7
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Its easy on roll up windows, I have done that; but I will not touch one with power windows.
I've actually found it easier when the car has power windows. Just unclip the power window harness to get the door panel out and clip it back in when you're done.



OP: Seriously though dude, you should have just done it yourself. Its so easy!
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i agree with oher you should have done it yourself!


atleast that way anything that goes wrong is your own fault...and you dont have to go kill anyone......j/k
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Old 07-22-2008, 11:06 PM   #9
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not enough time, I have alot of things on the go right now trying to get well my life in order haha and ya it was just more convenient for me to get them to do it, but now my car sounds like it is going to explode, and I do not know what the hell it is, my guess is a fan is effed, but I will not know until I get it diagnosed at a shop. This is bunk...

By the way Faster Than You, its a 2000 zx3 in yellow with 17 inch core racing evo 7's, full magna flow cat back and a Cold Air Intake from ebay.
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