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AdamVIP
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AdamVIP Nov 25, 3:08pm - #335294 
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Tint and lift bolts

Ok first thing is that im gonna do a preventative lift bolt change on my celi this fri or sat. I read through the tsb and that has me taking like the entire engine apart. Can I just go to the step where I remove the bolts and simply replace them or do I need to do all that other stuff for the engine to be reset properly. Id also be willing to put up some beers for anyone whose done this and would be willing to help me out (must be 21 or look 21).

Second issue is that with a white celi do you think that that lexus type white tint would look good on it. In the morning when theres that fine layer of mist it looks good and I figure thats the same effect. Does anyone have pics of a white celi with the lexus white tint on it? Also does that lexus tint keep the heat out as well as a comprable black tint?
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jonnyess
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jonnyess Nov 27, 11:58pm - #335295 

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Just take the valve cover off and replace the bolts. 45 minute job w right tools... thumbsup

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AdamVIP
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AdamVIP Nov 28, 3:26am - #335296 
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Its done and one was already broken so im taking it in.

Im still looking for white tint on a white celi though
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VSGTS14 Nov 28, 5:38am - #335297 

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black tint, any other color is just weird.

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celicafourotwo
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celicafourotwo Nov 28, 6:46am - #335298 

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^^^ tru dat...just go with black man..black looks good on all color car..

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
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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