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  1. Thread: Rear bumpers

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    I was going to say no but I looked it up and your...

    I was going to say no but I looked it up and your suspicion seems to be correct.

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    Does this help? This is from the FSM for 98...

    Does this help? This is from the FSM for 98 model DOHC - Document ID#1230356. PCM connectors start at Table 28 - 32.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=11RFVnUFJk1JpmOmHR6FHQ4OtE5226raO
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    If it is a simple break you can use shrink tubing...

    If it is a simple break you can use shrink tubing to patch it up.
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    Careful, they say those oil pan heaters will cook...

    Careful, they say those oil pan heaters will cook your oil. An OEM block heater is the best choice if you can find one or failing that a battery heater. Synthetic oil will be thinner than...
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    Adding a new contender albeit it has not traveled...

    Adding a new contender albeit it has not traveled as far as my 2001 SL1 MT which is still going at 428,000 km; my daughter is keeping it moving. This is the mileage on my 99 SL2 MT which I swapped...
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    How are your motor mounts? The upper mount on...

    How are your motor mounts? The upper mount on the passenger side is notorious for causing vibrations when it is end of life. If you can insert a pinkie finger between the metal and rubber it is...
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    What did you find and how did you resolve?

    What did you find and how did you resolve?
  8. Did you read the quote I posted in post 2? ...

    Did you read the quote I posted in post 2? Specifically this part....."The 2 strut bolts are 52 ft-lb if 12.9 and 37ft-lb if 10.8 -- look on the head for numbers and the 52ft-lb ones are more of a...
  9. Here's what I found....

    Here's what I found....
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    The dog bone inserts are sold by Energy...

    The dog bone inserts are sold by Energy Suspension and are manufactured by Prothane. You can also get them on eBay and sometimes Amazon; The Prothane part number is 7-510. They press into an GEN3...
  11. Shrink tubing works well for this repair.

    Shrink tubing works well for this repair.
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    If you live in an area prone to rust, it might...

    If you live in an area prone to rust, it might have something to do with the fender supports rusting away to oblivion. Its part number 2 in this diagram which ties in the lower fender to the bumper...
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    Installed a new fused and switched circuit and...

    Installed a new fused and switched circuit and installed seat heaters in the front seats. Looking forward to a toasty warm seat this winter!
  14. Thread: New user

    by trottida
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    Does this qualify as "downhill racing"? If so...

    Does this qualify as "downhill racing"? If so then one goal achieved!
  15. Thread: Seats!

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    I'm not sure what you mean by ceased to rotate. ...

    I'm not sure what you mean by ceased to rotate. Are you referring to early Sx2 headrests that were adjustable up/down, fore and aft? They took the fore/aft feature out in Gen2/3 seats. Perhaps...
  16. Thread: Seats!

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    I really don't think it matters if the seat is...

    I really don't think it matters if the seat is forward or all the way back. In all positions the track is locked in place and nothing will release when you unbolt the seat. I typically will move it...
  17. Thread: Seats!

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    All S Series front seats are compatible - sedan,...

    All S Series front seats are compatible - sedan, wagon & coupe. That said the seat belt buckles changed a couple times and the coupe will have extra functions (used for back seat egress-non issue)...
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    TPS perhaps. I'm not as familiar with the L...

    TPS perhaps. I'm not as familiar with the L Series but the symptoms you describe are the same as the S Series. Change the sensor and see if it corrects the issue.
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    What's the story behind the name "Turtle"? Was...

    What's the story behind the name "Turtle"? Was that in reference to a username (RedTurtle)?
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    I have a set and coverage is not that great. ...

    I have a set and coverage is not that great. They are basically the same size as the factory carpeted mats but in black rubber.
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    From what i recall the username was coppertop who...

    From what i recall the username was coppertop who did this and he lives in Brampton I think. He sold it to someone in the Barrie area (Andrew88?). Google Coppertop and Saturn and you'll likely find...
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    I think you meant to write " a new alignment is...

    I think you meant to write " a new alignment is not needed"....

    You can replace the hub/bearing assembly while on the car with the proper tools and not need to do an alignment or you can remove...
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    I have read that if you take the strut and...

    I have read that if you take the strut and knuckle out together you will avoid having to do an alignment. The alignment geometry is all in the strut to knuckle bolts and the tie rod but you won't be...
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    I guess that gives the OP 2 kit options for his...

    I guess that gives the OP 2 kit options for his 98 coupe then. He can go with either kit and toss any unnecessary sedan based parts.
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    Sticky: Here's some information summarized from another...

    Here's some information summarized from another thread that should be recorded here ....

    The Thule 400 and 800 series foot packs are compatible with the S Series and require an Thule LB50 load...
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