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Originally Posted by Jbergun Washed with Chemical guys mr. pink Quick wax with Aero Cosmetics Wash Wax All Buffed headlight ...

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Old 07-09-2018, 06:04 PM   #17231 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jbergun View Post
Washed with Chemical guys mr. pink
Quick wax with Aero Cosmetics Wash Wax All
Buffed headlight with Miguiars Scratch X 2.0 and a cheap amazon foam buffer that attaches to a drill.

This is my first time using this stuff. I am not too impressed with the Mr. Pink its car wash think zip wax is better. I love the scratch x the buffing kit and the wash wax all is so easy and leaves a very smooth finish.





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Old 07-09-2018, 09:59 PM   #17232 (permalink)
 
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I replaced the front pads and rotors and cleaned up the calipers. One slide pin was stuck but ot moves more freely now. I think ill get a hardware kit for it and replace the slides and boots.
Unfortunately, i was a little careless when reassembling it all and the ABS sensor on the front right rubbed against the wheel exposing the wires. Now the ABS light is on. Time for a new sensor
On that note, can anyone tell me where i can find the connector for the ABS sensor in the engine bay? Ive included a picture and you can see the ungodly mess of wires im dealing with...




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Old 07-10-2018, 12:38 AM   #17233 (permalink)
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Right behind the battery on the left and pretty much the same place on the right right on top of the fenders. At least that's where mine are.
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Old 07-10-2018, 01:33 AM   #17234 (permalink)
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Ordered 2 JBA Y link extensions. Hopefully it will clean up any vibes the 02 has and help save the upper arm. I’ll check with the angle finder again see what the pinion angle is
Still getting vibes up front...
The other will be on the 03 when I install the lift.
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It looks clean and sharp.
That Meguiars Scratch X 2.0 sure is a good product I used to remove the oxidation in the headlights I was impressed by the finish.
It's good that you have another KJ Bright Silver Metallic.
It's pretty but I liked the blue pearl you had first. Cheers!

Curious natural effect that I notice in the first two photos.
The diagonal shadow on the right side where the fog light is.
It gives us an idea to create and modify a cut in the bumper without having to eliminate the fog light.
I have pending to make this type of modification in the not too distant future. Regards!
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I had my transmission rebuilt, so nice, been slipping for a while 03 3.7

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Originally Posted by Jbergun View Post
Washed with Chemical guys mr. pink
Quick wax with Aero Cosmetics Wash Wax All
Buffed headlight with Miguiars Scratch X 2.0 and a cheap amazon foam buffer that attaches to a drill.

This is my first time using this stuff. I am not too impressed with the Mr. Pink its car wash think zip wax is better. I love the scratch x the buffing kit and the wash wax all is so easy and leaves a very smooth finish.





It looks clean and sharp.
That Meguiars Scratch X 2.0 sure is a good product I used to remove the oxidation in the headlights I was impressed by the finish.
It's good that you have another KJ Bright Silver Metallic.
It's pretty but I liked the blue pearl you had first. Cheers!

Curious natural effect that I notice in the first two photos.
The diagonal shadow on the right side where the fog light is.
It gives us an idea to create and modify a cut in the bumper without having to eliminate the fog light.
I have pending to make this type of modification in the not too distant future. Regards!
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*JBA Y Link Extension
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looked at it sitting on jack stands waiting for me to get back to working on it
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used it as a mule to go turn money into noise and sweet smelling smoke. (guns).
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Got my free alignment today, everything appears to be in spec other than camber. 0.3°left and 0.4°right. They said camber adjustment was maxed. I've only done a short distance so far, but it seems much more way lots better. Some of the before measurements were really wacky.
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