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Apr 19, 6:46am - #159026 
are the lift-bolt issues mostly common on 6-speeds?

gotta get my car checked out... i have 3k miles til its out of warranty. frown

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Apr 19, 6:49am - #159027 

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Apr 19, 7:23am - #159028 
i just figured it might be more common in 6-speed cars because they're usually in lift longer.

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Apr 19, 7:31am - #159029 
Originally Posted by SwiftCelGTS
i just figured it might be more common in 6-speed cars because they're usually in lift longer.


huh? the 5 speed GTs don't have lift man spineyes spineyes

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Apr 19, 7:34am - #159030 
Automatic GTS aren't 6 speeds, that must be what he means thumbsup

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Apr 19, 7:40am - #159031 
ok the lift bolt issues on the gts... is it more common in the 6 speed than the auto?

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Apr 19, 7:42am - #159032 
Originally Posted by SwiftCelGTS
ok the lift bolt issues on the gts... is it more common in the 6 speed than the auto?


probably more often on the manual cause you hit lift a lot easier in the manual than the auto thumbsup

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Apr 19, 9:54am - #159033 
auto or 6sp, it depends on who hits lift the most...that determines a lot on the wear of the bolt...


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Apr 19, 10:13am - #159034 
actuaaly they are about even really vvti also puts wear on the same bolts wink I've replaced NUMEROUS lift bolts now and it doesnt seem to matter if you have auto or 6spd they all break just as fast. if yo have an 00 - early 02 you reaaly need to not wait and just replace them with the new style bolt. they are REALLY hard to break. thumbsup


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Apr 19, 10:14am - #159035 
you can't even hit lift in the auto hahahahha


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Apr 19, 10:22am - #159036 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
you can't even hit lift in the auto hahahahha


you can HIT lift in an auto..you just can't LAND lift in an auto...lol rofl


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Apr 19, 10:28am - #159037 
Originally Posted by ct
you can HIT lift in an auto..you just can't LAND lift in an auto...lol rofl


rofl thumbsup


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Apr 19, 5:06pm - #159038 
if you want the dealer to change ur lift bolt will they do it? i mean it is under warranty right? can you make them do that b4 ur warranty expire or not? i know i should do it myself..i'm planning to, when my 00 gts hits 30k..it's only 27k.


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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Apr 19, 5:08pm - #159039 
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
if you want the dealer to change ur lift bolt will they do it? i mean it is under warranty right? can you make them do that b4 ur warranty expire or not? i know i should do it myself..i'm planning to, when my 00 gts hits 30k..it's only 27k.
All TSB's are covered under 36k warranty.


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Apr 19, 5:20pm - #159040 
so if i want to have them replace i can?? without any problem ofcourse..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Apr 19, 5:28pm - #159041 
like said, if you mileage is loewr then 36,000k or 3yrs i think, then dealer changes for free. or else its all u. it isnt really hard at all actually.

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Apr 19, 5:56pm - #159042 
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
so if i want to have them replace i can?? without any problem ofcourse..
I don't think you would have a problem with the dealer, but who knows. The bolts cost like 40 something cents per bolt, and you need two of them for the install. I would just do it yourself, unless the bolt is broken. Then, leave it to the pros.


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Apr 19, 8:27pm - #159043 
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
so if i want to have them replace i can?? without any problem ofcourse..
I don't think you would have a problem with the dealer, but who knows. The bolts cost like 40 something cents per bolt, and you need two of them for the install. I would just do it yourself, unless the bolt is broken. Then, leave it to the pros.


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