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Old 11-16-2006, 11:44 PM   #1
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Hi all, thanks for looking. Just picked up a '98 SE as a spare car this week, so far i'm very happy with the purchase (of course I didn't know it had auto lights and I thought the dash lights died and I freaked out, but RTFM worked well). My first issue is with the tape deck...I placed a 'want to buy CD HU' in the wanted section, no big deal. My other main issue with the car is the arm rest. It'* pretty beat up and I'd like to get another one.

Does anyone know how difficult it is to remove and replace it?
What section should I post a question like this in?
Is there a link to an online dissambly guide or something of that nature online (free if possible)?

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Old 11-17-2006, 12:07 AM   #2
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Hi and welcome! Your questions can be posted in the 92-99 folder. I can either move this post for you there, or you can create a new one in that section and leave this one as your Introduction post... whichever you prefer!
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Hi and welcome! Your questions can be posted in the 92-99 folder. I can either move this post for you there, or you can create a new one in that section and leave this one as your Introduction post... whichever you prefer!
I have no problem creating another post. I wasn't sure an interior question fit in "Mechanical and Maintenance" but I guess that covers everything.

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True! Thank you for reading the descriptions! Anything you're not sure of, you can post in General. I thought of the 92-99 folder knowing that the design of the armrests vary with the different years, therefore that info may be better put there. Some discussions are "grey" and up for interpretation.
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