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Old 09-08-2012, 06:19 PM   #81
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I agree it's lame and tacky. Seriously who wants a color matched interior
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:04 PM   #82
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:02 AM   #83
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the emblem on the steering wheel is really soft plastic. takes very little effort to slice through.

heres a pic of the mounting points you have to cut
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ah thank you sir! i needed to see this! ill prolly do this today
Thank you! Any recommendations on best way to get it back on?
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:06 AM   #84
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I agree it's lame and tacky. Seriously who wants a color matched interior
So's your front bumper but who's complaining?
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:07 AM   #85
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Thank you! Any recommendations on best way to get it back on?
2 part epoxy and use masking tape to hold it on till the epoxy cures
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Old 09-09-2012, 09:13 AM   #86
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So's your front bumper but who's complaining?
Hmm I'm guessing you don't know me and OP are friends and I have a black and white interior as well lol
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:45 AM   #87
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Hmm I'm guessing you don't know me and OP are friends and I have a black and white interior as well lol
Whoops!
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Old 09-09-2012, 10:54 AM   #88
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Old 09-09-2012, 09:41 PM   #89
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I agree it's lame and tacky. Seriously who wants a color matched interior
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Hmm I'm guessing you don't know me and OP are friends and I have a black and white interior as well lol
Ha! When I first read this I was like "What the fuck Patrick!"
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LOVE what you did with the custom paint. been thinking about doing something like this for a while, but i have shakey hands, and that makes me nervous when messing with clips..... makes me wanna road trip it and pay you to do it. maybe if i can calm these hands down, i'll try it for myself... did you special order the oem black trim paint?
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Thanks man! Lol. Honestly, its not too bad. Patience is all. The oem trim paint can be picked up at any local automotive store. Comes in a green can. Called OEM Trim Paint.
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Thanks man! Lol. Honestly, its not too bad. Patience is all. The oem trim paint can be picked up at any local automotive store. Comes in a green can. Called OEM Trim Paint.
sweet deal, gracias compa!! ill put up some pics within the next 10 days when i have it done....

one question, alot of people are talking about "baking" the rings and such, what the heck does that mean? literally baking them?!?!?!?!?!?! that sounds like a gamble...
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The tweeter rings? If thats what your referring to then they are talking about the little plastic clips on the backside. They are held in place by tabs that have been heated/melted and lock them in. Just a lighter and some patience and your good to go. Keep the flame off the plastic and just heat them up. Use a small flat head screwdriver to push and pop then out. After paint.. reinstall doing the reverse process. Pop in. Heat.

Its talked about in this thread somewhere. If you haven't read through it all, take some time and get all the info. Good luck.
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2 questions: do you need to disconnect the battery to remove cluster panel? and, how does one remove shifter trim, to paint?
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how'd you paint the steering wheel "T"?
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2 questions: do you need to disconnect the battery to remove cluster panel? and, how does one remove shifter trim, to paint?
I dont think I did. No need. Might be good just in case tho. Are you talking about the thin chrome trim or the entire silver shifter cover?

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how'd you paint the steering wheel "T"?
Ive posted how to do it several times in here.. just use a small flat head and a small razor blade with alot of patience. Pull up on emblem carefully and cut through the soft plastic tabs underneath to cut it away from the steering wheel.
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The entire silver cover. It looks like the chrome accent on the shifter housing comes off from the back side. But I need to get the cover off to paint it and then I'll pull off the accent piece.
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Unscrew the shifter knob... then grab the entire shifter surround by the cup holder and outside of the surround.. firmly pull up. You wont break it. Its snapped into place.
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Moose, you are the king of cool. And I know what's cool, it's my last name. Thank you, sir!!!!!!
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