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Old 06-17-2004, 10:06 PM   #1
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Who designed this little POS peice of plastic that holds the top of the door panel on? I haven't been able to get a door panel off this car to date without breaking that damned thing more and more each time. What was wrong with the old way it was done? Even dodge has it where you can actually apply the smallest amount of force and not break it.....
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there are many engineers we'd love go get our hands on. the one who designed the interior of the Mustangs comes to mind, damn shifter in the fookin dash...
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Who designed this little POS peice of plastic that holds the top of the door panel on? I haven't been able to get a door panel off this car to date without breaking that damned thing more and more each time. What was wrong with the old way it was done? Even dodge has it where you can actually apply the smallest amount of force and not break it.....
im so with you on that!!!!!!!!!!! i hate it
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