I finally was able to swap out my stock wheel with one from a GMC Denali. The Denali wheel had the ebony wood grain on the outer ring part. I took it
The foundation is not poured yet. They are building the walls for the crawl space/basement then pouring the basement foudation. This is all new to me
I checked the connector under the seat. It was fine. Thanks
did you pull the seat or anything to get at the fuse block? Did you remember to plug the airbag seat sensor back in? Just a though,
I forgot to mention that I had replaced the radio about the time the srs light started staying on. Would that have anything to do with it?
Okay, j, I will say it before anyone else does....that guy was not trying to cool off...he was getting a blow job.
As for not having an
I prefer to use the compressor. however you do it, it's a good idea to scrape the nooks and crannies to loosen the crud first if it's really dirty. 97
Those look freaking awesome! Nice work!
I think I know what it is, the bearings. Replaced right ones at 100 and left one has some play definitely.
Front end is tight.
The best way to diagnose your issue is to find someone with a scan tool that can read air bag or sir codes. It could be a bad impact sensor. I had one
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