zeontestpilot
zeontestpilot
zeontestpilot
Nov 5
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I need a source for this conversation, lol. Joined DT, name is zeon pilot.

Nov 5
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Totally understandable. Just joined DT too, username is zeon pilot. Thought of it myself.

Nov 5
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Is there a reddit page for lald? If not, why not?

Oct 21
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Pretty much. Currently in the middle of writing a computer script to copy a bunch of files in one pass to a remote host because i got annoyed by doing it one by one.

Oct 21
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It is! Plus i was so relieved to see the car operating how i wanted it to.

Oct 21
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Thanks! I saved about $50 by not going to the shop, whoot!

Oct 7
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I usually pull the part because if they pull the part its an additional cost.

Oct 7
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Just called them, the hood is $100 where i live.

Oct 7
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Make it 44 since I'm a millennial.

Oct 7
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Pricing eveything out at RockAuto it was $311~. I’ve spend a grand total of $25 so far, I'm really proud of that, lol.

Oct 7
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If its a led that is embedded into the circuitry, good luck! You might have to replace the whole board and hope it isnt VIN encoded!

Oct 7
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Thats a nice hour rule....

Oct 6
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Thanks! It’s interesting seeing how the front end is put together.

Oct 6
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I’m technically coming up to the age where I’m legally allowed to have a midlife crisis. Since the American economy is crap and I can’t afford anything cool, I’m seriously considering just plastidipping the hood to black and pretending I have a cool muscle sedan. It’s like meeting halfway or something, right?

Oct 6
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Apparently the plastic bracket that I just put in is super sturdy when bolted in. I had to double check there wasn’t metal underneath. I played with it for a good ten minutes because it DID work, but now wouldn’t shut.

Oct 6
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So far I’m in this $25 and 3-4 hours of manual labor. Way cheaper than a new car.

Oct 6
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Didn’t get a chance to ask, but the front bumper was $125, and that isn’t made of metal.

Oct 6
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Decent is my main goal in life.... or ‘just good enough’.

Oct 6
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My main annoyance was finding time to get the part and doing the repairs.