stick or auto?
No. The first pipe. It connects right onto the manifold then down to the cat.joel_musicman said:TubRog - do you mean the manifold that bolts directly to the engine with the O2 sensor sticking out?
Shouldn't be hard at all. Just unbolt all the bolts and take it out. It should be just a bolt on thing.joel_musicman said:I'll have to see how hard it is to get off with my trusty Chilton manual... I can also sell that when I finally get rid of the car.
well when they tow the car wouldnt they lift the front end using the towhooks on the car?? if so then ur front suspension is useless anyways... i really need the front suspension system... lower arm bar tie rod and etc... esp the knuckles so if u can help me out with it and give me a price... might as well add the price of the towing in there i'll pay for it if u want... as long as u give me a nice price on all that stuff that would be awesome thnx...joel_musicman said:For everyone asking, the interior is grey.
Scepter - I might be able to do the brakes, but I'm pretty sure I won't be able to do the suspension because I'm still gonna have to get the car towed to a junkyard after I get what I can manage.
Tarzan - I can do the mudguard, my under-pocket radio has no door, & see above about interior.
thanks ... let me know cos i really need it.. my car is not driveable cos someone sliced me on the road and i slammed into the sidewalk and now my wheels are wrecked and my car's suspension system is out... i miss my baby so let me know how soon this can be arranged... thnx...joel_musicman said:Scepter - I'll see what I can do about the suspension. It'll probably take me a few weeks to get it all off.
Daddy - Cloth Int.
Note that the driver's seat is quite worn after 209K miles!
BTW: Anyone know how to get Yahoo Briefcase pics to actually show up in the forum? I already tried [ I M G ] without success.