Question about Cars & Trucks
I want the body of the hood to be as durable as an oem hood. and also which material can i look for to be as legit as an oem hood. if also theres a website or place i could be recommended to buy a oem hood for a good price or buy a hood that at least little bit less quality as the oem hood..
Hoods are designed to be part of the crash protocol and to absorb part of the crash force to lessen the impact on the passenger. OEM hoods are the only replacement hoods that fit that requirement. How ever if you want an aftermarket hood you will need a certificate of the crash ability of the item before you could fit it and that would make it dearer than an OEM hood. Talk to speed shops and body modifiers to see if they can tell you where to get more information as to who could fill your order.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Despite what the auto manufacturers would have you believe, OEM parts are no better than aftermarket parts, and aftermarket are a good bit cheaper. If the struts are like the ones that were on the hood of my 1993 Eagle Vision or on my 1996 Dodge Intrepid (both traded long ago), or on the tailgate of my 2004 PT Cruiser (all Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/Eagle products) they are a ball and socket configuration. They pop off the ball using an old screwdriver, and pop back on using slip joint pliers. If you find this helpful, please remember to rate it.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
A wrecking yard is your best bet. The odds of you getting one that is bad are astronomical. Are you sure your remote has fresh battery's? Also check your fuse going to that devise before buying another one. The second choice on where to find one is eBay. Of course they are usually higher then a wrecking yard. They get a lot of there parts for sale by going to the salvage yard them selves. I hope this helps and Good Luck, The Raz
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
I would check the number 33 fuse (see diagram below). It could also be the relay for the compressor as well. Also there is a refridgerant pressure sensor and if that is faulty it will give the wrong readings to the computer which in turn will not give the correct voltage to the relay which would make it to where the relay would engage the compressor clutch. Below are some pictures of wiring diagrams as well as locations of the relay and the sensor. If you are in need of any other information that you think may help you or you need bigger pictures as I can only post up to a certain size here, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to answer what I can.
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
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