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Eddie Bauer vs Limited

Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by JExpedition07, May 4, 2019.

  1. JExpedition07

    JExpedition07 Marinized Member Supporting Member

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    Also installed Sylvania SilverStar Ultras. Seems to be brighter and further throw than stock.

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    What is the color temp on those, the bluer ones throw less light. Never saw any silver bullets with any of those.
     
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    They are high output halogens, they just burn hotter than standard bulbs
     
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    I wanted a navi of that gen but I can't get past that hideous cluster...they'd almost have to give me the car to tolerate it. I feel like they were like like, "Oh, here's some crap from the 70s, let's do it!"
     
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    My mistake, I am used to looking at H I D bulbs lately because I had to replace mine.
     
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    I can deal will the squared off look but it's so dark in there I can't read the speedo with sunglasses on in the daytime. I can see the needle and if it points to the corner of the square frame that's 40 mph and I think straight up is 60.
     
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    Finally got the Torque Converter replaced, was one tough job! It feels so nice to have it locking up. Drives like a new truck, engine braking and lower 6th gear revs returned.

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    Starter went out yesterday, replaced it this morning. Got the production spec one from the dealer.

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    I read where it is easier to remove the solenoid first to get the starter out, what do you think?
     
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    I didn’t do that but maybe it helps, I just used swivels with my 3/8 drive and a 13 mm box wrench.
     

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