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Installed the chrome pedal pads. The 2017-2019 ones from Ali, don't exactly fit the 2020. The gas and foot rest fit perfectly, but the brake one had to be modified a bit to fit.
I had to trim some of the inner lips. The left and right lower lips.
 

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Installed the Start/Stop disabler from Ali. It works great, and it was discounted, paid $56 for it.
 

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Installed my old Escort Redline with custom made bracket, and my old dash cam, to the rearview mirror power wires. Used these to make the connections:
 

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Bought our 2019 Ti last Saturday from Criswell Alfa Romeo. Wife picked up the WeatherTech mats, the Suff4Cars Start/Stop over-rider, the tow-hook license plate mount and two seatbelt pads. Seatbelt pads made it into our 4C and I installed the floor mats, Start/stop over-rider and the license plate bracket. Left front tire has been losing air since we left the dealership so today I pulled the wheel and found the nail. Had the tire patched and re-installed. Ordered a set of TI badges from Europe.
 

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DIY day for me today, got the following done on my 2018 Stelvio:
  • Rotate tires
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Oil and filter change
  • Engine air filter change

Everything was not too difficult, the Stelvio and Giulia forum helped a lot! Saved me hundreds vs going to the dealership.
 

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Transferred the hard plates from the wife's old car, relocated the front license plate bracket to clear the Park Sense radars and decided on a new custom plate. Tried to talk her into VAGONE (wagon) but I think she went for something else...
 

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Installed new Rain-X wiper blades. Interesting task since the Rain-X instructions don't refer to the arms on the Stelvio. They do however fit if you can figure it out. The top black piece has to come off and then the blue spacer piece is removed. Then you can slide the assembly into the Alfa arm.
 

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A busy day, washed the QV, made sure wheels were extra clean so I could put them up for the winter. I did a stud conversion, installed 5mm spacers, new winter wheels and tires. The replacement wheels are 19s on Pirelli Winter Scorpion tires and spacers were needed because wheels are originally for Giulia.
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Man that is so crazy I was just researching that conversion and was deciding on a kit. Going to convert to cross drilled rotors at the same time.
 

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Cleaned up the mess my dog did simply because I demonstrated the exhaust sound in Dynamic mode...she got scared while in the back, so she went all the way to the front, we had just been to the park, back seats were dirty as well!
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From where did you get these from? I want to buy and install these as well.
 

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From where did you get these from? I want to buy and install these as well.
Really sharp image! Where did you purchase them?
Thanks. Found it on Amazon while looking for some other things. Here's the link to the one I ordered, though I think there's another on here for all 4 doors (the one I got only gave 2)
 

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I replaced the OEM battery with an aftermarket AGM battery from Advanced Auto Parts...it is much better and the car now does auto start/stop....which I like!
 

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After much looking around, I stumbled on the FitcamX and ordered it around Thanksgiving. It was delivered yesterday, and took me about 20 mins to install. I wanted a dashcam without having to deal with any wires, so this was perfect. I didn't take any pictures of the installed unit, but it looks just like they have it on their site. You wouldn't even know there was a camera unless you inspected it very closely. I took it in for an oil change today, and no one noticed the camera (and I got to see everything that went on during the time the car was running).

Not much to report after less than 24 hrs of install, but I'm very pleased with it. Attached are day and night pictures and videos. You'll notice quality is very good. My only gripe is that in order for me to view all the clips, I have to have the car on and connected to the pre-installed wifi, or pull the SD card out and watch on a computer.

So if anyone is in the market for a dashcam, have a look at this one!
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Did you use the one that plugs into the wiring harness at the overhead. If so how did you remove the overhead
 

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I would like to know that as well, because I have tried prying on it and I couldn't remove it, only the shiny black trim came off.
 

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Did you use the one that plugs into the wiring harness at the overhead. If so how did you remove the overhead
@gbracer08 Yes, the unit came with all the extra wires needed to plug into the overhead. They also provided a plastic trim removal tool to avoid any scratching.

I would like to know that as well, because I have tried prying on it and I couldn't remove it, only the shiny black trim came off.
@tibimakai I won't lie, I initially thought I was going to break the shiny black trim. Looking at the attached picture, I was able to create a gap in section 1, then I pry'd 2, and then 3. At that point with my fingers stuck between the trim and roof, I just pulled it down directly. What holds them in are the posts that I included a picture of.
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Watch this video from the manufacturer...it's exactly what I did. Simpler than I thought.

I hope this helped. Let me know if you have other questions and I'll do my best...Cheers!
 
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