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    Thank ya! I plan on doing a trans filter and fluid in spring. It still looks fine, for now. He said the temp gauge only got a little over halfway before it shut off. Tried to do my struts yesterday, got the nuts off the spindle, but the bolts were frozen so bad I broke my breaker bar.



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    Sounds like its time for some powered impact tools!

    I use my 19.2 Craftsman impact for those type of things.
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    Yep. Hoping to buy one tomorrow. Although I might have to put it off till spring if an alignment is super necessary. Money is too tight for that right now. Ive done several struts without an alignment and been ok. Is there anything different with these cars vs. an N-body?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90interntlcpe View Post
    Yep. Hoping to buy one tomorrow. Although I might have to put it off till spring if an alignment is super necessary. Money is too tight for that right now. Ive done several struts without an alignment and been ok. Is there anything different with these cars vs. an N-body?
    The tie rod end isn't attached to the strut like some or all J/N cars, so it is a little easier. A camber bolt kit is suggested too, if it doesn't already have them.
    Jerry

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