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I spun out and hit a rock and the engine moved to the side and the timing belt is hitting the body of the car. What kind of place can i take it to so they can move it?
 

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LOL, can we get some pics. I have to see this. Hate to be the first to say it but there is a posibility you car it totaled. How big was this "rock"???
 

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hmmm....well i recently was in a crash and hit a guardrail and it screwed up the front drivers side fender, bumper, and hood and the power-steering....that got quoted at $5k and i dont think there was any chassis work done....i just hope u have insurance
 

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A very reputable shop that can do laser alignment. There's one across Honda Heaven in San Jose that does this kind of work.
 

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your frame is bent or could be your subframe
go to a body shop and put your car on a machine
like a wheel aligment but this machine laser measures you unibody aka body frame and they will tell you whay is the problem
 

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Is that an aftermarket horn behind the window fluid? What was wrong with the OEM one?


I'm going to wire up an oooga horn in mine one of these days. Going to have to clean all the crap from my busted p/s system though. I'm jealous of yours.

http://www.geocities.com/maxxxpower420/pics/blackack/****edps.jpg

Probably should clean out that leaf, considering fall was a few months ago
 

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urbanracer1776 on Feb/22/06 said:
your frame is bent or could be your subframe
go to a body shop and put your car on a machine
like a wheel aligment but this machine laser measures you unibody aka body frame and they will tell you whay is the problem
integras dont have a subframe. its a full unibody
 
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