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    1998 Pathy XE 3.3 4 wd 4 door - I just got it - my 1st one - I already love but it needs some TLC.- 223 KM - I need some advice from your members on a a bunch of things to fix.
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    Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
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    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
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    Rarely Go Off-Road
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  1. My Driver's side fog light looked weird - took it off - found the rubber seal was leaking - carefully removed the glass with a heat gun - 3 of the 4 screws holding the plastic back pc onto the frame snapped off. ground them flat - centre punched - drilled tapped new threads - removed a TON of SHRAVE ( I like that word) from the inside of the light fixture - it actually looked like road salt but I think it was a lot of corrosion. The leaking rubber seal was actually being pushed off of the...

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      I was changing a headlight bulb which turned into a nightmare. The little metal tang thing snapped off, so I couldn't put the bulb in and get it to stay there. Had to take the whole grille out, then swivel the headlight out to get access to the metal tang. Turns out the plastic had deteriorated and was a matter of putting in a new screw with a wider metal ring around it to hold the tang back in. No more probs.

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