Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vwbeaner, Mar 29, 2010.
X2!! Looks great man!
Thanks everyone! I take serious pride in ownership (it's not a vanity thing, I just like taking good care of the things I own) and appreciate the compliments.
All work is done, except for the autocal.
I had the idea of doing the samething but was not sure the clock was large enough to cover the hole. Glad you did it. Did you cut hole and the clock slid in or did you have to do any other modifications to make it work?
What did th custom hose run you? Hope you don't mind sharing
The clock is actually slightly larger than the power outlet in some places. The wood trim from the original Escalade bezel is actually removable if you take a Dremel to the backside and cut out the plastic tabs that hold it in. Then I just painted it to match the Denali gray console trim. Since I wanted to keep the ash gray wood trim from the Denali console, I had to then Dremel out the tabs that hold the OEM gray bezel that surrounds the CD changer, storage cubby, and power outlet. Then glue the pained Escalade trim onto the Denali bezel. Sounds more complicated than it is honestly now that I’ve done it. Also, power outlet where the clock goes is part of the Denali bezel so have to cut that out too.
Anybody have an issue with their windshield wipers not working at the top speed? Mine work on every other setting except the max which acts as tho it's another off switch lol.
It was $46 out the door. Not too bad.
Well I had a tire hop at highway speeds I assumed was my old tires but with the new tires I still have it. When the gas tank is full and tire pressures cold it is not as bad. I'm gonna put it on jacks an take a look for anything obvious.
usually that is due to a bad wiper control module
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