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post #21 of 75 Old 12-05-2015, 04:08 AM Thread Starter
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Is it supposed to be two colors?
I probably should have went into detail.. The one on the the left is the stock bulb and the one on the right is the LEDs, this was to show the differences.. The photo at the top is what it looks like after changing both bulbs..
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Stupid careless people.. Now I'll be out a $125.00+ to get this fixed.. Thanks!!!

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I tried to say something about the door ding but I can't get past the profanities.
I'm just wondering 'when' is it going to happen to me.

This was a previous vehicle, not with the CX-3 ;
Sitting in the car lady opens her door and bangs mine relatively hard.
Lady says to me - that's why I have door guards on my door.
Oddly, I'm not in jail !!!
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I tried to say something about the door ding but I can't get past the profanities.
I'm just wondering 'when' is it going to happen to me.

This was a previous vehicle, not with the CX-3 ;
Sitting in the car lady opens her door and bangs mine relatively hard.
Lady says to me - that's why I have door guards on my door.
Oddly, I'm not in jail !!!
Thanks for feeling my pain.. Believe me I wanted to *beep* up a storm too.. Stupid people do not have respect for anything.. Hoping to have her fix soon, it's going to stick out and the more I'll be pissed!!
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That sucks. Sorry to see that. Thankfully PDR can solve and the paint isn't chipped.

Just watch the PDR person and ensure they go in via the window edge and not by drilling holes in the door as their access point.

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That sucks. Sorry to see that. Thankfully PDR can solve and the paint isn't chipped.

Just watch the PDR person and ensure they go in via the window edge and not by drilling holes in the door as their access point.
Thanks for the tip, luckily there is a local guy in town that has great reviews from yelp.. I also ended up ordering some Door Shox from Amazon.. Hoping it will help reduce the future bumps in the parking lot..
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What the..........

......... heck are they

Hmmm, well Iím not sure about those, they look like they belong on a canal barge but Oh, that dent on RCís door makes my skin crawl.

Anchorwoman knows full well that the only parking space is the one right at the end of the lot - well away from the brain dead who see a car as a thing to transport their inconsiderate butt to the supermarket and anyone who gets in the way will just get rammed by a flailing door. I will sometimes leave a full parking lot and walk from somewhere more remote unless I can see that the adjacent cars look well cared for but even then, Iím thinking about what might have appeared in my absence.

All I can say is, I hope Iím not there if somebody ever does that to mine because I will probably end up getting my arse kicked by some little old lady who has just had an ear full (I wish I was tough).

I can just about live with an accident but careless and inconsiderate donít sit well with me.

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What the..........

......... heck are they

Hmmm, well Iím not sure about those, they look like they belong on a canal barge but Oh, that dent on RCís door makes my skin crawl.

Anchorwoman knows full well that the only parking space is the one right at the end of the lot - well away from the brain dead who see a car as a thing to transport their inconsiderate butt to the supermarket and anyone who gets in the way will just get rammed by a flailing door. I will sometimes leave a full parking lot and walk from somewhere more remote unless I can see that the adjacent cars look well cared for but even then, Iím thinking about what might have appeared in my absence.

All I can say is, I hope Iím not there if somebody ever does that to mine because I will probably end up getting my arse kicked by some little old lady who has just had an ear full (I wish I was tough).

I can just about live with an accident but careless and inconsiderate donít sit well with me.
Yeah they do not look pretty but will be happier to at least know that something is protecting it in the parking lot .. Good thing that they are not when I drive, the reviews all said they worked and they were using it on their high end cars.. Anyway, people don't care now and days. It's a real pain and when you do put your car into a free and clear space, some how ugly cars still want to park next to you..
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Yeah they do not look pretty but will be happier to at least know that something is protecting it in the parking lot .. Good thing that they are not when I drive, the reviews all said they worked and they were using it on their high end cars.. Anyway, people don't care now and days. It's a real pain and when you do put your car into a free and clear space, some how ugly cars still want to park next to you..
Blimey, I thought they stayed on! I think they would marr the paint eventually especially here where it's hard to keep the paint clean during the winter.

What I would like is an invisible force field that tasers people who get inside a 6ft exclusion zone.
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Blimey, I thought they stayed on! I think they would marr the paint eventually especially here where it's hard to keep the paint clean during the winter.

What I would like is an invisible force field that tasers people who get inside a 6ft exclusion zone.
haha yeah it would have look silly driving around a bumper looking like a bumper car at the fair haha.. They suppose to stay clean because they are stuck by magnetic feet covered in silicon.. Looks pretty interesting..

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