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  • taniki - It really works

    The beginning of this year got my catalytic converter and o2 sensor replaced bank 2 because of the code and I went to the deadealership cost about 900. SO my check engine light came on recently stating the same code but now it was bank 1. I have a 03 Honda Accord. It was hard for me to believe that this would happen again. So I did a little research and found this. I Bought it at my local AutoZone. Within 10 minutes of putting this in my tank my light went off. Then I went and got my car inspected. it's been about 5 days now and the light has not come back on.

  • Hugh Sansom - Adequate, useful, but no masterpiece

    This book is useful as one of several means of putting yourself at ease over the GRE. It is especially useful for review of format, and general content. That said, there are at least a few mistakes and a couple of instances where the authors actually violate their own rules. Example: Page 308, a problem illustrating permutations versus combinations. "Brooke wants to hang three paintings in a row on her wall. She has six paintings to choose from. How many arrangements of paintings on the wall can she create?"

  • Robert Morris - The overall installation was pretty straightforward once you determined front and rear and left ...

    I just received and installed the crossbars today so it's a little early to rate how they function. This review is more for assembly and packaging and overall appearance. I ordered the crossbars on a Saturday and received notice that they were being shipped on Monday. They arrived on Thursday so it is what I expected. When I opened the package I found that the bars were securely wrapped with a plastic material and the ends had a foam covering to protect them. Howver, there was no protection inside the box. They basically just kind of rattled together inside the box. Since the individual bars were wraped there didn't seem to be any damage. There was a small plastic package containing the mounting screws. The odd part about that is that there were 7 screws inside the plastic bag and one screw was floating loosely inside the box. The package with the 7 screws was sealed so I don't know how the one screw was just loosely in the box. As usual, the instructions were kind of vague. They did mention that the longer bar goes in front and the shorter bar is the rear. However it did not mention that the mounting screw locations were different for the left and right hand sides. To be fair, it does state this in the Amazon listing but not in the mounting instructions that came in the box. You have to measure the distance between the screw holes to determine which is the left side and which is the right, and also measure the length of the bars to determine which is the front and which is the back. It would have saved some trouble if the factory would have marked the bars with a little sticky which state "front left" and "rear left". That would have solved some installation questions and simplified installation. The overall installation was pretty straightforward once you determined front and rear and left and right. Just line up the holes and screw in the eight mounting screws with a Phillips head screwdriver.

  • Charles M. - Five Stars

    Fits perfectly. Helped dog proof the 4runner and put my OCD at ease considering its my wife's daily.

  • Jake - Perfect

    These fit like Ford made them just for my SUV. Much better than any others I have seen. You will NOT be disappointed.