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best to take the whole mirror of the door first by removing the tweeter and unbolting it. The cover comes of with slight force and is tricky. if i remember correctly you need to wrap a fine flathead screw driver in a shop cloth and work open the cover clips from one side and carefully work your way ...
- Tue Feb 03, 2015 12:01 pm
- Forum: For Sale Section
- Topic: For Sale: MMCS + ipod cable + facia
- Replies: 14
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its not that people don't believe that it works, its just the mmcs system is pricey compared to aftermarket options. Put it up for auction on ebay, Outlander and Pajero guys also might be interested as they have the same stereo plugs as we do.
- Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:20 pm
- Forum: General Talk
- Topic: What did you do on your car today?
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Put the LED strip in my boot! [img:eb337af090]http://www.clubcj.net/cached_images/1422607522_7_PB_8162_0.jpg[/img:eb337af090] Wired in with a couple of proper clip things, so I can easily go back to the stock light at any time. [img:eb337af090]http://www.clubcj.net/cached_images/1422607522_7_PB_816...
- Sun Nov 09, 2014 3:54 pm
- Forum: Buying & Trading
- Topic: WTB: Manual Wreck - Brisbane
- Replies: 12
- Views: 3348
you shouldnt need to replace the instrument cluster, its managed by the etacs ecu, which tells it if the car its in is manual or auto. i replaced my cluster with one from an auto asx, works fine and my car is manual
I wouldn't advise foam as it typically is water absorbent, and could rot if it gets damp. Better to use proper car audio sound deadening, there is a few well known brands and it can be cheaper to buy online.
mmjjee wrote:We should get a group buy happening for these Mars fixtures
Think they are from Carmate, would be good to try get to fitting accessories in a group buy too. Ofey is the man who officiates and organises group buys usually