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Old 03-02-2004, 03:31 PM   #31
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Just so I can weigh in, my SLE doesn't have traction control (I think it doesn't) and it doesn't have power passanger seats. It does have a sunroof but I know that was an option above and beyone the SLE package.
I think black SLEs in some years look a bit different because they don't have any contrasting trim (see below in siggy).
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Just so I can weigh in, my SLE doesn't have traction control (I think it doesn't) and it doesn't have power passanger seats. It does have a sunroof but I know that was an option above and beyone the SLE package.
I think black SLEs in some years look a bit different because they don't have any contrasting trim (see below in siggy).
look at the left side of the shifeter and if you see a black or grey button that says "Traction Control" in the middle then you have it. Other wise it will look like this

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The lower piece below the doors are different then the SE. It flares more, and matches the bumper'* lower area a little different.
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Old 03-02-2004, 03:40 PM   #34
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I think black SLEs in some years look a bit different because they don't have any contrasting trim (see below in siggy).
i think that looks the best anyways! i wish my black trim matched my car.
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I think black SLEs in some years look a bit different because they don't have any contrasting trim (see below in siggy).
i think that looks the best anyways! i wish my black trim matched my car.
Paint it
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ehh..........maybe a new car instead...

but the rust is getting fixed soon....purrrrfect time??!! :P
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ok, then that'* a definate no on the T/C.
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ok, then that'* a definate no on the T/C.
On your car all it does is kill the engine timing (read:HP) when the car slips. 92-93 applied ABS.
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Special SLE Body Cladding







see how the SE cladding doesnt extend down
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