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You have damaged the original finish. So best buy a leather cover and the best ones you can get are sewn on. That's what I m getting for mine - not that it has been damaged by solvent - a damp cloth is sufficient for cleaning but age and use has worn it down in places (220,000Km is the cause).


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A solar panel that is rated 18v 5w will trickle charge your battery and keep it topped up,but only if the battery is less than 90AH if the battery is larger you need a larger solar panel. The solar panel will only suply 5wh for about 6hrs so about 30watts each day,If the solar panel is mounted inside your car it will get crazy hot and it might fail so if ...


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OK there's not much point in sugar coating this, but this isn't really going to be something you can salvage. The only way to get this looking right is likely a full respray of both doors, and I don't mean with a rattle can. I mean with a proper compressor driven air sprayer. This is smack bang in the worst place to be doing this sort of thing, you're on ...


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I'm not an expert in bodywork, however, I can tell from the job you did it is completely wrong. When painting any panel on a vehicle you cannot just paint a small area. You have to paint a panel at least out to the body lines. This masks the edges of your paint areas. A body line is like the crease at the top of the door. The top of the door is probably not ...


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It was the break booster that was losing pressure and pulling the breaks automatically. The break booster membrane was defective. Brake booster replaced and works fine.


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I have driven in India and i have the x-rays of two broken ribs to prove it. I use the Tire calculator from tacomaworld.com to compare tires sizes, it is very handy. You just enter size you have and the size you are thinking about buying and it will show your specs and an image of relative size differences. You play with it until you get tires of ...


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The pump cutoff is completely independent of your car, it's based on air pressure and has nothing to do with your gauge. What you describe does sound like a bad fuel level sensor rather than the gauge, usually gauges will stick when they break or just go dead. Your gauge is registering some changes, although it doesn't register full and it reports low fuel ...


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