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  2. Removal of original seatbelt units with silver seatbelts and replacing with red seatbelts to lift the interior. Videos are of my removal and installation of the seatbelts.
  3. Replacing the air filter. I’ve replaced a few air filters on other cars in the past. This is the only one that’s been a real challenge!!
  4. I had the privilege recently to replace starter on my vehicle. Symptom was car was not starting, when attempting, I heard a clicking sound from under the hood (when hood opened, clicking comes from the area under intake manifold, where the starter is). The clicking comes from solenoid trying to engage starter, but the starter motor not turning on. After fuse checking, and making sure battery is good, next step was starter. Given the clicks, and other items being fine (and no other engine errors), my next step was starter replace. Long story short, it was the starter. Replaced my turbo starte
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