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You must not have ever installed lowering springs or a front strut brace. If you had you would have seen the pop out for checking/adding brake fluid. :ROFLMAO:
No. I don't want to bother with lowering an already low car. My 99 intrepid had a ground clearance of 5 inches and I cringed everytime it scrapped over these high speed bumps we have in my country for the winter time. Eventually I'll have to replace the suspension and that, hopefully, will be easier than doing it on my old rust bucket
 

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No. I don't want to bother with lowering an already low car. My 99 intrepid had a ground clearance of 5 inches and I cringed everytime it scrapped over these high speed bumps we have in my country for the winter time. Eventually I'll have to replace the suspension and that, hopefully, will be easier than doing it on my old rust bucket
The Corolla is an already low car? :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: You can fit your fist between the finder and top of the tire. It's ;ike a 4x4 in stock form. I don't like a slammed car but I do like it to look like it should have come from the factory. :)
 

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I actually did this yesterday, but I replaced the studs in the thermostat housing. One of them fell off. The exposed part of the stud and the nut were rusted.
 

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I checked the air pressure in my tires. With the temps dropping I knew they would need some extra air pressure.
 
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