sedan. Sunday , November 12th , 2017 - 20:39:57 PM
Lucky owners of top-of-the-range new cars get skinny space-saving spare tyres that take up less room in the boot, but which will keep them going for 50 miles or so until the driver can get home or to a garage. A few find their cars are delivered kitted with four 'run-flat tyres' -- tyres with strengthened walls that stay hard even when the air has escaped.
First, use a pry to put out the trim panel, and after it is fastened you can use your hand to pry it. Then use the pry tool to remove the dashboard and disconnect the cables. Second, remove four screws that fixed the radio with a screwdriver. Then you can get out radio easily and disconnect cables at the back of the radio. Third, make connection between new radios cables and cars OEM radio cables. Get down screws that lay on two sides and use a knife to pry lower place of it. Fourth, put cables in the space of the unit, put them to a proper place. Last, install trim panel back to your car, and turn on the new unit, then everything is OK. Perfect.
Even then there's no guarantee you can drive the car away. Sealant kits only work with holes 4mm or smaller. Bigger gashes are impossible to repair -- a fact you will discover after an hour or so fiddling around on the roadside.
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