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Old 08-16-2011, 10:41 PM   #1681
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Put your windows down so you can reach in....next time It's worse when your a rookie cop and lock your keys in the car. Every patrol comes and pays you a visit; you get to call it in over the net; get pointed at a lot by passer bys........ lets say I learned the window down thing a loooooong time ago.
Two things wrong with this,

It's PQ we are talking about, and the car is on stands...

Think about it....
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Old 08-16-2011, 11:03 PM   #1682
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Put your windows down so you can reach in....next time It's worse when your a rookie cop and lock your keys in the car. Every patrol comes and pays you a visit; you get to call it in over the net; get pointed at a lot by passer bys........ lets say I learned the window down thing a loooooong time ago.


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Onstar really saved your hiney! Maybe you could do a commercial

... How did the stethoscope work out, hope it helped.
No help. It works great, just couldnt find the problem.

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Two things wrong with this,

It's PQ we are talking about, and the car is on stands...

Think about it....
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Old 08-17-2011, 06:49 AM   #1683
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I was more worried hearing "under the car"....on stands.....and running.....and keys locked in car.....
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Old 08-24-2011, 04:53 PM   #1684
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Um, when you got the fix a flat stuff that's in the Chevy compressor on the car, how did you remove it finally?

My wife had a blowout with the Cruze (she's okay first and foremost) and we have the compressor in that car. I now have that fix a flat crap on the fender, hood, etc etc. I'm glad it's SIM.

And a note......that stuff won't fill a quarter sized hole.

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Old 08-24-2011, 04:57 PM   #1685
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And a note......that stuff won't fill a quarter sized hole.
Ya, been there. LOL

Uh......... I hate to say it,,,, but........ I never got it all off. :(

Mineral spirits and a looooooooooooooot of soft rubbing. Like, 5 minutes of soft rubbing for a dime size area. It SUUUUUUUUCKed.

Lower quarter panel still has spots. They are not very noticeable becasue they are low. The rest was pure time sittign there rubbing.
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Old 08-24-2011, 05:02 PM   #1686
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Um, when you got the fix a flat stuff that's in the Chevy compressor on the car, how did you remove it finally?

My wife had a blowout with the Cruze (she's okay first and foremost) and we have the compressor in that car. I now have that fix a flat crap on the fender, hood, etc etc. I'm glad it's SIM.

And a note......that stuff won't fill a quarter sized hole.

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Tire at dealership I can't stand cause it's the closest - of course they have to order it! FAIL
Good to know. I'll keep it in mine if I ever have to drag out the fix a flat.


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Old 08-24-2011, 07:03 PM   #1687
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Ya, been there. LOL

Uh......... I hate to say it,,,, but........ I never got it all off. :(

Mineral spirits and a looooooooooooooot of soft rubbing. Like, 5 minutes of soft rubbing for a dime size area. It SUUUUUUUUCKed.

Lower quarter panel still has spots. They are not very noticeable becasue they are low. The rest was pure time sittign there rubbing.
Thanks! I was telling her on the phone how it worked and she turned the knob. All I heard was "AHHHHHHHHHHH it's everywhere!!!!" Once I got to the dealership and checked it out it wasn't as bad as it sounded.

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Good to know. I'll keep it in mine if I ever have to drag out the fix a flat.




A BIG TIP!! Hook it up to the tire BEFORE you turn that knob! There is no safety, no arming device; it just starts coming out and fast!
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Thanks! I was telling her on the phone how it worked and she turned the knob. All I heard was "AHHHHHHHHHHH it's everywhere!!!!" Once I got to the dealership and checked it out it wasn't as bad as it sounded.



A BIG TIP!! Hook it up to the tire BEFORE you turn that knob! There is no safety, no arming device; it just starts coming out and fast!
If you get it off before it fully dries you may be ok.
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Old 08-24-2011, 07:12 PM   #1689
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I resurrected your thread in the cosmetic area, lol

101 on the display today here and car sittin' right in the sun on the side of the road. It's a part of the car now
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I wonder if a 3M decal eraser wheel would remove it... hmmmm
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Old 08-24-2011, 09:32 PM   #1691
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I wonder if a 3M decal eraser wheel would remove it... hmmmm
tkrupinski helped me remove some goo from the fender of my car when we removed the "CAMARO" letters. He used an eraser wheel on it and it worked great.
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tkrupinski helped me remove some goo from the fender of my car when we removed the "CAMARO" letters. He used an eraser wheel on it and it worked great.
Might be worth a try, local auto paint supply should carry them.
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I'll check Car Quest and see. Couldn't hurt. Thanks.

This stuff is kind of like Great Stuff. Expands and if you get it on your hands or fingers you have to wear it off.
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I'll check Car Quest and see. Couldn't hurt. Thanks.

This stuff is kind of like Great Stuff. Expands and if you get it on your hands or fingers you have to wear it off.
If it gets REAL hard it could be scraped with a razorblade but I'd only let a pro do that
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