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    Established Member Two Rings BrilliantBlkS4's Avatar
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    Here is the most humorous help thread to pop up in awhile

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    Lately ive just been tossing change aside into my door pocket right next to me anytime i would receive it from tolls/fast food/you name it. I was not aware however that change could slip on past our seat memory controls and the buttons to pop the trunk and alarm thing(i think?) do i need to remove the door card to remove these? or is there a way to pop them off? seriously if i give my door a whack change will pop out into the pocket lol... feel like im in a goddamn arcade right now lmao

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    You should remove the door card. While it may be possible with it installed on the car, it only takes 5 minutes to remove and you will save so much time doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilliantBlkS4 View Post
    seriously if i give my door a whack change will pop out into the pocket lol... feel like im in a goddamn arcade right now lmao
    Lol that was funny
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    Established Member Two Rings BrilliantBlkS4's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by VinnysS4 View Post
    You should remove the door card. While it may be possible with it installed on the car, it only takes 5 minutes to remove and you will save so much time doing so.

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    Thanks. id rather not break anything and become insanely annoyed so ill probably just do that. Probably have a couple bucks clinging around in there!

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Lol. Yeah there are only a couple screws, a bunch of clips that like to break ($6 off eBay for like 100 of them) and like 2 electrical connectors that need unplugging once it comes off. There are a couple really good YouTube videos showing removal

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    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"

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    Just note tho, that bottom screw in the middle is a bitch. Donít strip that head out because that sucks!!... been there done that and now fixed but what a pita


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