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  1. 2 points
    Loafer

    Which One Of You Is Driving This One?

    Be careful for what you wish for! As we head into a centralized, big brother dystopian world, these cars will go where big brother wants you to go, non necessarily where you want to go. Your behavior has been questionable so it's time for your car to shuffle you down to your local police station for questioning. Got an attitude? We'll take care of that.
  2. 1 point
    Here is what I done. I decided that I was not ever going to put the crappy factory speakers back in. You have to remove the factory speaker from the ring that is screwed into the door and you will be re-using this ring. I have a grinder and just grinded down the ring until the new speaker was flush. Another benefit is that the new speakers wiring terminals aligned perfectly with the factory terminals. I soldered them together and now I have a factory look and no one is the wiser. I used JL Audio speakers. Tweeters are mounted in factory tweeter location. They were easy to sandwich between the plastic pieces on the A pillar and are invisible. The factory hole for the tweeters was perfect for the JL tweeters. Pics attached
  3. 1 point
    Osco

    2015 Cabin Air Filter

    2015 XLT LWB Wagon..got it in..cabin air filter... Two plastic clips pop out the cover panel below glove box.. I squeezed the glove box so it would hang way down...did not remove it. Filter door uncoils..no screws..old out..squeezed/acordian style the new filter..shoved it in and it instantly expanded.... Cover panel clipped back in..re-hung the upper glove box stops and reinserted the two clips holding the lower cover panel in... DONE.
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