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Old 03-28-2005, 09:21 PM   #1
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Gas door & pillar

i got a grip of questions
i just got a gas door how do i remove my old one? (i think from under the car above tire?)

i just got a dual pillar what should i fill the hole with im thinking oil press and ???

i just got a upper front strut brace when i install that do i have to realighn the car?
i also got a rear lower same as top?

how do you remove the center brake light,, in the trunk under the mat and do i need to put some kind of glue when i put that back in

here some questions for you guys if i missd anything help me out or problems i might run in to

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Old 03-28-2005, 09:23 PM   #2
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oh yea is there a hole in these damn focus fire walls? sh$$ i looked for ever for my stereo what is the bolt patter on an LX 4 on 108? can i fit a 215 45 17 stock NOT lowered or 215 55 17??? any body know any thing?

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Old 03-28-2005, 09:50 PM   #3
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WOW!!!

First I am putting in oil pres and engine temp.

Second you dont have to realign your car, but make sure you are on a flat level surface

Third remove from behind the carpet two screws I think. No glue is required

Fourth 4 X 108 is the lug pattern, I run 205 40 17 lowered and no scrubing

Fifth I ran my power wire through the fender, and through the grommet in the door jam.

I am not sure about the fuel door but that sounds right

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Old 03-29-2005, 04:27 PM   #4
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Fifth I ran my power wire through the fender, and through the grommet in the door jam.
Best buy told me thats a fire hazard player.

I ran mine through the plastic piece where the clutch would go. its like less than a centimeter thick.
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clutch would go? i have a manual does that matter
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Whats the hazard if you dont have any sharp objects to puncture the wire? Any place you run a power wire can be a haszard if there are obsticals in the way.
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Old 03-31-2005, 04:18 PM   #7
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i heard that its a fire hazard too... i ran mine through the plastic covering the clutch hole works fine for me... i would change it Focusin... wouldnt want to see my car in flames
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I just drill a hole in my firewal and ran the wire through that and put a plastic stopper around the hole so not rub the wire raw
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