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    i'm going to put my nut sack on your drum set.

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  1. Replaced the driver seat belt so I can drive the car again. $500 new, $23 wrecking yard. Luckily I found a few in the yard. First one I pulled did the same thing mine does, not unwind, but the second one works fine. Then I installed a short shift in the spider.
  2. The thumbs up is his standard photo pose. He only cares about how people see him; he doesn't give a shit about who he is with.
  3. Replaced a coil and finally back on the road again. The radiator issue has been a month long issue, but hopefully it is all fixed now. The spider has been happy to be back on the road.
  4. I never had the flashing arrow, even with tracking the car. Still replaced it with the M56.
  5. The tire was shot. I have used that quote a lot, and it is true for me, and not just about the car. Main reason I never gamble.
  6. Another f'ing flat. The tire is probably shot on this one. I need a new job.
  7. My one before that sheared off the upper hose connection. It looked like it had been cut off. This one would have been a great geyser if the hood had been open.
  8. Installed this Because of this The do88 radiator is bigger than the stock one which I thought was great, until I started to reinstall my intercooler piping. The radiator is about 10mm thicker, with everything extending 10mm closer to the engine. My 3" pipe for the intercooler no longer fits, so I have to come up with a solution for that. I still had the old piping I got from Josh with the engine. It works, but it is a restriction. Car is back on the road again.
  9. F'ing towed it again! Cracked end tank on the radiator.
  10. You have as much chance of getting Volvo to produce a car with the 5-cylinder as you do getting one with a manual gearbox.
  11. I thought about that and also thought about taking photos. I still could since it isn't fixed yet.
  12. They are attached to the underside of the center console. You will need to remove the console to access it. It is a small box that is connected to the window switch harness. The connector is square.
  13. It wasn't that bad to install once I knew were it went. My bracket was also snapped off just like the write up. However, once installed it didn't fix the problem at all. I suspect I will have to replace the guide wheels, or possibly just adjust the front one. The rear one looked fine, but I didn't dig into it to see the front one.
  14. That is strange, but the links work. However, I was able to find this one, This is exactly what I was looking for. I had pulled the cover, but since it was gone I didn't know that is where it went. I will report back on how it goes.
  15. I already have the replacement guide. It is $22. I am looking for guidance on how to do it and what needs to be pulled to access it. I pulled the door card off and the plastic covers, but I couldn't see the rear of the glass at all.