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Old 02-10-2019, 01:03 PM
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Replaced mirror puddle lights again.
Although I bought them 7 months ago on amazon, I emailed the dealer in china and they sent me another set. This time I sealed the connectors to avoid shorting.

Replaced transfer case fluid.
Original owner said he use 4a all winter.
Pulled plug and couldn’t feel with my pinky so I figured I better change it.

Now if only i could get the darn front diff plug out!
dealwr changed axle seal a few months ago and said they refilled but damn that plug is tight.
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Added Eagle Eye Lightning-style headlights and corners


Installed Eagle Eye Lightning style corner and headlights...next replace the cracked grille surround and faded grill...
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Old 02-10-2019, 06:50 PM
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Added Eagle Eye Lightning-style headlights and corners


Installed Eagle Eye Lightning style corner and headlights...next replace the cracked grille surround and faded grill...
They look great too. I use a lot of Eagle Eye solutions and with good success. While I went with Spyder for the front I used an Eagle Eye LED taillight solution on our 2010 F150.

Yesterday we got the front all LED.


The headlights are the clear Spyder Projectors and the parking/signal lights are Lasfit white/ambler LED's with JDM astar LED for the fogs.
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Old 02-10-2019, 07:09 PM
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I updated Sync3 from v.2.2 to v.3.0…
now, Waze is working.
so now I need to change USB hub to get Apple carplay, right ?

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Old 02-11-2019, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by rsylvstr View Post
Replaced mirror puddle lights again.
Although I bought them 7 months ago on amazon, I emailed the dealer in china and they sent me another set. This time I sealed the connectors to avoid shorting.

Replaced transfer case fluid.
Original owner said he use 4a all winter.
Pulled plug and couldn’t feel with my pinky so I figured I better change it.

Now if only i could get the darn front diff plug out!
dealwr changed axle seal a few months ago and said they refilled but damn that plug is tight.
Try heating around plug with a small propant torch a little then spray the plug itself with some" freeze off" aerosol from your local parts store, im sure it'll solve your problem. Possibly just the ffeeze off by itself will work, give it a try.
A 6 point socket and breaker bar im sure will get the job done as well.
good luck!
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Old 02-11-2019, 10:33 AM
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Originally Posted by hobolabo View Post
Try heating around plug with a small propant torch a little then spray the plug itself with some" freeze off" aerosol from your local parts store, im sure it'll solve your problem. Possibly just the ffeeze off by itself will work, give it a try.
A 6 point socket and breaker bar im sure will get the job done as well.
good luck!
But be prepared for the worst case scenario....... I have seen the aluminum housing crack using a big breaker bar !
I always hit it with my 3/8 impact and have good results !
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She goes in tomorrow for these...and a rough country level.
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Old 02-11-2019, 06:51 PM
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Will try a smaller breaker bar. Large one can’t get in there.

And a six point?
It fits a 3/8” ratchet head.
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But be prepared for the worst case scenario....... I have seen the aluminum housing crack using a big breaker bar !
I always hit it with my 3/8 impact and have good results !
may try my cordless after I get her on ramps for some extra room.
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