I think I have a spray can of the proper color from my LX450... And a can of clear...Best I could do. We'll see how long it takes to start rusting through.
Also rebled RR, LR, LSPV, RF, LF. Then did the connect the bleeder to the master and pumped about a 100 times per front calipers. Saw lots of little bubbles hopefully from the master and abs contraption. The rebleed on the fronts pushed some big bubbles out. Also saw what looked like water droplets in the brake fluid flow through the tube. I bled that caliper until I didn't see that anymore. I'll put the tires on and take it for a test drive tomorrow.
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What did you do for the remote speaker? you aren't going to be able to hear that HAM radio from the front seat.
Well, you might have a problem hearing in noissy enviroment. In my case, I replaced the mid range radio speaker by my left knee with a speaker for the radio. It works prety well, although ocasionaly I still have to cranck the volume up all the way because outside noisse. And no, I dont have hearing damage yet.The speaker faces out where the OEM speaker grill and vents are. It's actually not bad hearing from the front seat.
That my work, however in my experience I found I prefer the sound in front of me. Remember that ham radio a lot of time they produce very poor quality sound for whatever reasons. Just give it a try if you already have some speakers available to experiment withYeah I was expecting to have to run an external speaker so we'll see how it goes for now. I was thinking to use the 2 speaker locations in the headliner in the rear of the 80.
I have a spare Cobra external CB speaker that I won't be using: Amazon.com: Cobra HG S100 - Dynamic External CB Speaker, Sound, Rugged Design: Car ElectronicsYeah I was expecting to have to run an external speaker so we'll see how it goes for now. I was thinking to use the 2 speaker locations in the headliner in the rear of the 80.