i am looking at picking up a can of colormatched cool vanilla from the dealer. is that a "glossy" paint, or do i have to clear it seperately? also 1 can should be enough to do the coolant tank correct?
Gregg the oem paint will need clear alsn the coolant tank dont forget to get some adhesion promoter also(not from the dealer)1 can of each should do it...oh and dont forget primer...I used oem for that also
because it will look out of place because it wouldnt have the gold pearl on it, where the engine cover and cai intake are orange with the gold pearl. but its cool i have the fusebox cover already white, and the rest of under the hood is white, so i dont want to over do it
is there a "how to" on painting the coolant tank and other plastics under the hood? I was going to try to color match mine but I wanted to make sure I did it right so it doesnt start to flake off or anything like that. Also thought of just buying a new one and painting that then just swapping the 2. Any suggestions?
been thinking of doing this mod while i'm saving up for a couple of extra projects...i'm sure yours will turn out clean. post pics when its done, and a cpl of the process so those of us one the fence can see how easy it is.
Very new member, in fact I still need to pick the car up tomorrow. :P
I just bought a 2007 Chrysler 300C that has a quarter sized rust spot right at the chrome wheel well trim, drivers side rear.
I can fix the rust spot, but what is the best way to remove that trim, so that it can be put...
I saw this on another forum, and someone may have covered this in another thread, but if your side windshield trim is tarnished with white this will help. Use a wet Mr. Eraser or knock off brand and scrub it, wipe off with a damp paper towel and after about 5 minutes and drying you will have...