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answered Paint peeling around body filled area 6 months on
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comment Paint peeling around body filled area 6 months on
@MeltingDog what is the name of the body filler product? The result in the picture looks the result of the use of a body filler intended for rigid (metal) panels, but used on a flexible part.
Jan
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comment Paint peeling around body filled area 6 months on
What filler did you use? How did you prep the bumper before applying the filler?
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Feb
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revised How far can I drive with 1 gallon too much oil?
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revised How far can I drive with 1 gallon too much oil?
Changed "would not drive [the] car" to "would not start the engine"
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revised How do I assemble the rear brakes on a 2003 Chevy Tracker?
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revised 2000 Chevy Silverado 5.3L turns over but won't start, no spark
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Aug
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comment What could be causing an uneven roll at low speeds?
What kind of car? Is it 2WD or 4WD/AWD? Does it have ABS?
Aug
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answered Identify cause of tire wear inside of rim
Aug
28
comment Is it OK to replace only 2 tires on an AWD car?
For reference, Subaru's permitted difference in tire circumference is 1/4" between the smallest and largest tire. That ends up being between 1/32" to 2/32" difference in tread depth (tire radius). Not much. I don't have any specs from other manufacturers.
Aug
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comment Is it OK to replace only 2 tires on an AWD car?
@RoryAlsop That probably happened because your mis-matched tire sizes caused the center diff to slip, overheat, and bind. That will quickly cause permanent damage to the viscous coupling, and will result in all kinds of wonky handling (unless you're on dirt, where it's just more awesome). For auto trans equipped Subarus the effect is similar, because the AWD system will engage the center diff clutch.
Aug
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answered Why is my engine quieter with synthetic oil?