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Old 01-02-2020, 10:48 PM   #8
98_Gold_Uranus
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Location: Lake City Florida
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1998 SL2
Default Re: For those clueless about soldering....

I taught myself how to solder (with the help of YouTube) years ago when I got into hobby RC, and it's become an INVALUABLE skill when it comes to automotive repairs and modifications. Also helps around the house when you know you can fix random electrical what-not's when the power cord get's chaffed 6" from the device, you can just cut it off, open it up, and resolder the wires

I used a super cheap Radio Shack soldering iron for YEARS, then a couple Christmas's ago my wife bought me a NICE Weller unit. Like many other jobs, having the right tools definitely gives you better results.

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98 SL2, 70k miles, kept in the family since new!

Her name is Uranus :)

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