@plplplpl yes, indeed I lost the subwoofer. I did it to get the backup camera and CarPlay and Android Auto.Sorry for jumping in and answering for him, but yes, he'll tell you he lost the factory subwoofer, which is powered by the factory head unit.
But perhaps he added a separate subwoofer amp. Some folks put one under a seat, or even in the rear headrest storage cubby.
wanted to meat her
There are some pics in this thread as I struggled with rusty bolts.
Around here though they are opening more locations of AZ.That's true, but if the suits knew the car market, they would understand that people are holding on to their cars longer and longer. When I worked for Parts America (western auto) in 1997-8, people were bringing in failed alternators after a year and a half. The average age of a car then was under 10 years. Today, it's almost 13. AZ and the others are facing competition from all the way around. Rock Auto, Amazon, 1AAuto, Ebay and many others. They had better get their [email protected]#$ together or they are going to go the way of Sears and Montgomery Ward.
As you probably know, you're only getting about 1/2 to 1/3 of the total ATF fluid with a spill and fill like you're doing.The weird thing is that the fluid was darker than I would have imagined, given the last drain and fill wasn't real long ago.
Think of it as a colonic cleanse you can enjoy the benefit of without having to go through the process.I went ahead and did another drain and fill for the transmission. Exactly one gallon came out which is convenient because the Valvoline maxlife comes in one gallon container.
I did one about 7,000 miles ago and figured might as well do another. Couple months I will do another.
Seems after this last drain and fill I did yesterday, it goes into gear almost seamlessly. Even reverse. It used to hit a little harder.
The weird thing is that the fluid was darker than I would have imagined, given the last drain and fill wasn't real long ago.
Some people here pay a lot of money to go skiing. I prefer this poor man's alternative.Always more fun to drift the Pilot in fresh snow before the snow plows
Must be because in the 2003 it has taken right about four quarts. I didn't really sit there and measure down to 1/10's of a quart but let's just call it a gallon.As you probably know, you're only getting about 1/2 to 1/3 of the total ATF fluid with a spill and fill like you're doing.
If this site is accurate:
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Draining it is easy enough. I might have to fill it through that "jet mod" area next time because doing it through the dipstick port takes too long.Think of it as a colonic cleanse you can enjoy the benefit of without having to go through the process.
Where I live they had them many years ago but stopped.So glad we no longer have emissions test. Such a scam.