Tcalp wrote:For those that have re-mounted their usb/aux dash, how on earth did you get the thing back in, I've applied immense amounts of pressure to no avail. Did you use a compression tool of some sort ?
ksoul2084 wrote:My 2016 former-Teo taxi Soul had the sign removed but they left the giant holes in the roof and simply covered them with a black wrap. Yesterday it hailed here and the wrap tore open over most of the holes, exposing the inside of the roof to the elements.
So now I need to figure out a long-term solution to plugging the holes to keep them water-tight and as visually appealing as possible.
Since the black wrap on the roof was damaged in several places by the hail I'm thinking of removing it entirely to expose the original light blue paint, though I have no idea what other cosmetic / paint damage might be lurking under the wrap from the sign, etc.
Any suggestions on how to plug these large holes? I'm thinking a large, thin bolt of some sort and some water-rated silicone but maybe there is some kind of thin plastic plug or something that would look better?
bijan wrote:Just got a bluetooth OBD2 adapter. Says my battery state of health is 110%. According to the Canadian facebook group that's normal for a brand new 27kwh battery. Looks like this confirms that the battery was indeed replaced this April and that the car was barely driven since.
Tcalp wrote:If the battery was replaced it should be stated on carfax report.
EVDee wrote:Back to the weekend, considering I had nothing but time - I started doing a tear down to try and get all taxi equipment out. I'll share photos in a separate post in the future,