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This video should help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2PyJrYVl2c
I would pull the solenoid to deflate the bag. Get it to seat right again then reinstall the solenoid and air it up.
Push the grey arm the opposite direction of this article for cold air.
'97s came with a small cover over the alternator
I've never had a problem removing them with just my hands. There's only one bolt.
The ashtray door is missing.
The rear window gasket is bonded to the rear glass. If you want a new gasket, you need to get a new window.
I've had mine for 5 years without problems and I use the auto headlamp feature too.
Maybe you should take advantage of their lifetime warranty?
But it either turns on, or it doesn't. I don't see the additional cost being worth it.
My 35w DDM kit is way brighter than the stock bulbs were.
What are the differences between the Morimoto kit and a DDM kit?
Meh. Cheap kit or expensive kit, it either works or it doesn't. The DDM tuning kit sells for $30 with a lifetime warranty.
There are no shortcuts, it's very straight foreward.
I doubt you could get to it by just reaching in. It's all the way at the back of the trunk, which is pretty deep.
Wow price seems high. But at least you got it done. Now you can sell your good stock HID bulb to make some of that money back.
Replacing the stock amp with another stock amp? You pull the black tray down in the trunk and unplug 3 connectors on the amp. Then do the reverse...
This thread talks about the differences and has a photo.
I wouldn't lower it any. It looks really good where it's at now. You're not going to get a smoother ride by lowering it either.