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How to stick LED light at the interior without damaging? 9:13 pm today
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Hi everyone, this is officially my first post
So I have bought an LED welcoming Light for Mazda to be stick inside the car on each door.. the problem is, what if after years of using it and i plan to remove it.. i dont want the 3M sticker at the back of it to create damage to the surface ... if only residue thats fine but im pretty sure if after years it will not only residue but the remainings (like the whitisish thing or maybe the sticker take out some particle from my car)....
so how do u propose to stick it?
can i use something like this --> https://www.ebay.com/itm/202329738933?ul_noapp=true
and stick the LED light on top of it? as a layer of protection between the Light and the car.. any suggestions will be greatly appreciated thank you
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.7 Auto Transmission 8:41 pm today
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Just wanted some advice on if there are any transmission upgrades I can add to my Jeep. I have other upgrades (headers, catback, brakes, suspension, camshaft, valve springs, intake, etc.). I know that I can get the shift timing adjusted somewhat with another dyno done, but I don't know that doing that alone will make much of a difference. For the power I have added, the only real thing that is lacking is the shifting (shift speed and firmness). Maybe increasing line pressure or something else would help? From what I have read, it doesn't seem like an upgraded torque converter would do much of anything, and in some cases would be counterproductive for what I am trying to gain. Higher stall speeds seem to be more adequate for drag racing scenarios from what I understand. To be clear, I have upgraded most of the thing listed above myself, but my knowledge is still very limited on the true mechanics of cars and their limitations. And if I would just be wasting my time with pursuing an upgrade like this, please let me know!
Need Insights 2:07 pm yesterday
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College student here. I am working on a project for the 2019 Effie Collegiate Brand Challenge and I could really use some insights (especially if you are within the age of 20-40) for our research on perceptions of car buying and brand perceptions of Subaru. All responses are anonymous, so answering the questions honestly is encouraged. I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank you!
applying sticker to car 7:04 pm yesterday
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I have a sticker I would like to apply to my car, but I fear someday when I need to take it off, it will be next to impossible to. Is there something I can buy that will allow it to be taken off easier, at a later time?
Bi-Xenon/LED headlights water damage 2:35 pm yesterday
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I recently noticed moisture in my headlights due to a crack i was unaware of. Unfortunately, i was a bit busy at the time i noticed the condensation so i left it to sit there for a while.
Right now i got the condensation problem and the crack fixed but leaving the moisture there for a while caused my daytime running lights to stop working.
I went to the dealer and they asked me to buy an entire new $1500 headlight and said it s the only way to fix it. So i was hoping someone around here might know a way to fix it without having to buy a brand new headlight over some drl s