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And you didn't take pictures. Just when i was beginning to think you were a swell guy. 
Lol! I can, I still have the door panel off, but I'm getting ready for work now

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29 minutes ago, 95LQ1VERT said:

Lol! I can, I still have the door panel off, but I'm getting ready for work now

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Haha! Alright, mate. Whenever you get a chance. 

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Did my transmission filter/fluid change last night. I was honestly surprised to see how clean the pan was. The fluid was still red, but had a darker color to it, and I wasn't sure if it had ever been changed in the last 10 years so I went ahead and changed it for preventative maintenance. There was shavings on the magnet, but not much sediment in the pan which I figured was good as I didn't have any issues with shifting or TCC lock. I also went ahead and put Valvoline Maxlife synthetic ATF in since it was a $4 difference. It took a little over 6 quarts of ATF for the pan drop and filter change. After it was done I immediately could tell the difference in shift quality on the first drive. Easy job, a little messy, but worth the time.a5a5e46ecd5294ec56f329dbd88b537e.jpg268833ce85c64b0fa02cb186233a51b9.jpged2eb5bea45935cf7097ece25f40af69.jpg0613e4c0a699d8bf25363886cd29c7b5.jpg

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On ‎9‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 2:50 PM, 95LQ1VERT said:

As requested, first picture of my index finger pointing to the track is where the window/guide came out. Second is the moulding I replaced. 94f30b82c31b9c91e6e4e4a1159eab40.jpgf5c70169240cd66b5478d769b843e63e.jpg

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I was also just working in that area. I found the upper door panel had pulled away from the metal channel at the top from sun exposure and age, and wouldn't stay in place. I bent the black metal channel, by hand, on the door inward about 3/8 of an inch along the whole length, and the top of the door panel held much better in it's proper place. Just FYI.

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