Cigarettes actually burn the headliner. The texture of the liner is burned and melted and cannot be patched. The spot can be cleaned with headliner and the color touched up with dye, but the physical spot will remain.
Lubrication. check the to see if the door is twisted
can you be more specific? a sports car 4 ft, a average truck 6 ft, a 1 ton work truck, around 6 1/2 ft. that's around factory. low riders with chopped tops, alot lower, raised pickups, alot higher....
Besides sanding, grinding and scraping, you can remove Bondo from your clothes and other porous items with fingernail polish remover (acetone). Test the cloth in an inconspicuous spot before you try this because it will also dissolve some fabrics. You may need to let it soak for a while to soften it enough. Acetone evaporates very easily and is flammable so it would be best to do this outdoors. ZipStrip will also remove bondo but it is even more likely than acetone to destroy fabric...Test FIRST!
If it's a part that flexes and moves, nothing will repair it. Most polyurethane parts for cars are injection pressure moulded and contain about 5 % mould release agent. This is purposely done so you cannot stick anything to them.
I pulled my hair out on this when it happened to me, I replaced the gasket, poured draino in the gutter and finally wound up taking it to the shop where they used an air gun to blow out the gutter drains. Look at the bottom of your car about 2 inches in from the door you will see what is called the pinch weld for the uni-body. This pinch weld is where the sunroof gutters drain to, 4 total, one on each corner of the sunroof. If one of these is damaged you will have to straighten it out as best you can to allow the water to drain properly. Good luck
Rich people who could afford to buy their own seats, plus the judges for the prizes to be awarded for the best plays.
In modern cars most of the car is made of polymers. A list of objects which are polymers in your car include:
Tyres, Electrical wires, car seats (if not leather), carpets, all things plastic in the car (dash if not leather) and even in some cases the car itsself is made of plastic. Alot of modern cars outer shell consists of plactic components. Plastic is easy to mould and easy to replace so is commonly found as your front or rear fender. easy way to tell if it is metal or plastic is to tap it. you can usually hear a difference between plastic and your metal components
Yes it can kill you. Most rust contains strands of streptococcus. When streptococcus enters straight into the bloodstream the virus can eat away the skin on your body. For example, its likely you may wake up with half your face decayed off. IT IS BAD. THROW IT AWAY. Use surgical stainless steel. It doesn't rust.
not that heavy depending on how long it is. the smaller numbe rthe gauge the heavier it is
I think that you may have an oil leak,which is getting on to the front section of the exhaust and whilst travelling along the fumes are being blown away, unlike standing at trafic lights, they are rising up under the bonnet and drifting through the heater/air vents, especially after along motorway run ,I have also had this happen to me!!
auto body repair technician, aka. mud slinger , mud man, dent jerker, body guy, body man.
I was told that my uncle, Robert Spink, did........ he was known as "Bondo Bob"!!
Should be 4 bolts--one in each corner
Depends on the car, on some cars you can buy a hard top, but i think you can always custom make one, which will come with a scary price.
In order to remove the scratches and Haze on the plastic you must first wet sand using 1500 grit, then 2000 grit and lastly 2500 grit. Also use a soft block so the sanding is even.
The wet sanding will remove all of the heavy scratches and the haziness. Each step of wet sanding will result in a smoother surface which will be easier to buff up.
Once sanded the headlight plastic should be smooth and scuffed. You will then have to use a buffing wheel with a medium grit compound. This will bring the shine back to the plastic by removing the micro scratches created by the wet sanding.
Once you have a nice shine you can throw a coat of wax on them and wipe them down with a micro fiber towel.
I recommend calling a local car detailer or auto body shop. The usually charge around $125. Another option is buying new headlights.
The job takes 3.5 to 4.0 hours to pull the transmission
estimate to rebuild it - $1,700
yes it will. In fact - i am %99 sure the same windows are in 90-98 thunderbird rear windows.
cant open tailgate