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Thanks, my girl actually informed me what it was right before i checked on here.
Which is great news for you, feel free to DM me if you want instructions on pulling apart the dash so you can see what kinda remote start you got so you can make use of that bad boy!Thanks, my girl actually informed me what it was right before i checked on here.
6" lift some hammering and cabbmoubt chop and trimming for 35s
3" lift some more hammering and cab mount chop and trimming for 35s
3"lift minor trimming for 33s
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water inside the door in a normal thing on all cars. on the very button of your door there should be some holes or slots for drainage insure those are clear . but besides that its normal there should also be a vapor barrier between your door and trim panel make sure thats together in one peice and for your speaker ive heard some after market companies sell a vapor carrier for speaker holes has well to protect the speakerWas trying to figure out a rattle in the front passenger door today, took the speaker out to see what was behind there. I found a good bit of water on the backside of my speaker and inside the door. Took out the speaker of the back passenger door and theres water on the backside of the speaker and inside the door there too. Anyone else come across this? I'm sure it cant be good to have water on my speakers and the electrical.