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  1. Looking for front door card removal tips...

    Success!Figured it out. The issue was two-fold.Along the top of the panel are metal u-clips with teeth. See blurry photo...Those had really dug into the door!I had to get a small hook in there and really pull up hard before they let go....and my second issue was a piece of vinyl...
  2. Looking for front door card removal tips...

    Yeah, the poorly focused old phone just doesn't capture as much detail as I'd like.That's just a plastic washer that has become one with the panel (like the one above it).Here's what you spotted ...(minus the screw)Anyway, gave it another go this morning with no luck...
  3. Looking for front door card removal tips...

    Quoting pot: Good morning. Based upon your notes I will add before you begin to push upward, you need to begin by prying preferably with a plastic trim tool outward starting at the bottom.*There are three or four black plastic squarish tabs that the door card must clear which can only be...
  4. Looking for front door card removal tips...

    Quoting 467: Service manual chap42 pg76 clickThanks for the link.I probably should have added that I have the manual and referenced it yesterday to make sure I wasn't missing anything obvious and confirm the location and style of clips. Beyond that, it wasn't much help....also spent...
  5. Looking for front door card removal tips...

    I expected that removing the door card would be pretty straightforward, but I was mistaken.I have been defeated and am now asking for help.Here's where I'm stuck...Looking at the picture, I've removed the following: Triangle/Sail panel Two screws on the left side of the panel (upper...
  6. PCV catch can question

    Not a barb, but JNZ offers a 6AN fitting that replaces the PCV valve. click
  7. CT9A Ohlins & E39A Camber plates

    Yep.BC sells parts - clickI ended up using the bare BC camber plates and their rear brake line bracket with the Ohlins.Probably need to call for the rear brake line bracket as I don't see it listed on their website. I'll post pics of all this stuff later.
  8. CT9A Ohlins & E39A Camber plates

    Just a quick update.Swapping over the bare BC camber plate works.There is a difference in thickness of the two plates.The BC plate measures 8.15mm thick while the Ohlins plate is 6mm thick.As a result, using the thicker BC camber plate means the supplied camber plate screws are not...
  9. Source for knock sensor

    I wonder if they truly have any "in stock." I added 99 to my cart and their website didn't complain. I highly doubt they have that many available. I'd suspect their site doesn't properly track inventory or suppliers.It doesn't look like anyone is making these knock sensors anymore.I...
  10. CT9A Ohlins & E39A Camber plates

    Thanks. Also quite helpful.Additionally, I've found some measurements for the Ohlins CT9A Plate.While that doesn't have the resolution I'd like, it's enough to scale and take some measurements to compare with the BC plates. ...and it's looking like I may just be able to swap over the...
  11. CT9A Ohlins & E39A Camber plates

    Found it here. ...and I recall reading through it quite some time ago.While the information likely won't apply to what I'd like to use, it's still helpful to see how you worked out a solution. Thank you.I'll likely attempt to adapt BC camber plates to work since I have a pair and...
  12. CT9A Ohlins & E39A Camber plates

    I'm wondering if there is anyone here that has a set of CT9A Ohlins DFV Road & Track coilovers installed on their GVR4.I'm aware of what needs to be done to bolt evo suspension bits onto our cars and that if I wanted to retain the evo camber plates I'd need to drill new holes in my strut...
  13. What kind of Coilovers?

    I hate my BC's. Cheap, no travel, stiff, bouncy trash. I have the off the shelf 8k/6k (F/R) setup. I've wasted more time than I'd like to admit trying to get them to work well (acceptable) on the street. I expected as much when I bought them, but with the limited GVR4 specific options and...
  14. FS: Galantvr4.org stickers

    I'll buy a pair in white.
  15. Radiator replacement advice

    I just installed that exact radiator about a month or two ago.It drops right in (for the most part).It does not have a bung for the radiator fan switch. I chose to weld one in.The mounting points for the stock fan line up, but are taller and would require slight modification if wanting to...
  16. O2 sensor harness repair - how to handle braided shielding...

    Thanks for the tips.I ended up de-pinning the o2 connector on the harness side and making repairs near the connector rather than hacking up my harness further down.I really didn't feel comfortable messing with or hacking the shielding, whether it's all that critical or not.Later on down...
  17. O2 sensor harness repair - how to handle braided shielding...

    Today I find myself wanting to repair/replace the O2 sensor connector on the harness side as the wire insulation is brittle and broken near the connector leaving exposed copper.I do have a good condition donor 1G dsm harness that I can pull an O2 sensor pigtail from.My question though - if I...
  18. Smog issue - high HC at idle

    Same thing happened to me recently. Answer was... base timing.
  19. Potential GVR4 sighting in Chandler, AZ

    This is great! Thanks for all the tips. Looks like I’ve got some weekend adventures ahead.Thanks again!
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