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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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Hi! my name is alex! I'm from canada. i have a 2019 equinox redline all black, i'm here to find more info on my cars and learn about the maintenance!

Nice to meet you !
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-12-2019, 09:23 AM
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Hi! my name is alex! I'm from canada. i have a 2019 equinox redline all black, i'm here to find more info on my cars and learn about the maintenance!

Nice to meet you !
Welcome. Since I'm fairly new myself I can say that this forum is very informative and a good source of information. There are a lot of gear heads who provide valuable insight to very technical issues. It's all good stuff that can help you trouble shoot your problem if you are brave enough to venture in this complicated world of auto repair, compared to what it was 30 years ago.


At the very least the information provided will allow you to be better informed before going to a garage and not get bamboozeled by the service manager or mechanic.


Good luck and enjoy your new ride.
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Hi! my name is alex! I'm from canada. i have a 2019 equinox redline all black, i'm here to find more info on my cars and learn about the maintenance!

Nice to meet you !
Welcome. Since I'm fairly new myself I can say that this forum is very informative and a good source of information. There are a lot of gear heads who provide valuable insight to very technical issues. It's all good stuff that can help you trouble shoot your problem if you are brave enough to venture in this complicated world of auto repair, compared to what it was 30 years ago.


At the very least the information provided will allow you to be better informed before going to a garage and not get bamboozeled by the service manager or mechanic.


Good luck and enjoy your new ride.
Guy at work has a redline eq, not 2019 but pretty recent. He painted the calipers red like you spoke about. Looks really sharp!
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