Ah, I guess you have to be a member and logged in, then, to see those thanks, etc., buttons. I’m running this past some of the other moderators. I will say that it can be somewhat of an adventure occasionally, to get things added or changes to the forum - as you found out with the like button! The guys who do the coding for the website aren’t website members, etc. Will keep trying.....
OK, I do like the way that the stickies are separate on the Toyota forum. I took a screenshot and will send it to Admin, to see what they think. I didn’t see any ‘thanks’ button anywhere, though??? Where is it? Or do you have to be a member to see it???
Hi Bear95, thanks for your reply. I was using the same link you noted for partsouq, and eventually a response came from the website that can enable us to complete our order. We are checking with our mechanic today before finalizing an order. The Florida monsterparts vendor and other vendors on the 2G parts source list were no help on locating our "transmission input shaft" for a 2WD manual 5-speed 2L 1999 Grand Vitara (Canadian).
No I didn't use them as I was able to source the part in the U.S. The part numbers came in handy. Is this the link you are using https://partsouq.com ? I was able to get to the checkout page. I use Firefox but I don't know if that matters.
Some time ago, you questioned the Suzuki Forum about Partsouq.com to order a part for your car. Did you have a positive experience? We are trying to order from the Partsouq website and can't get to the section where you enter your credit card details.
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