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Does the "show only relevant values" not give you the results you want? Given this will limit your secondary filter to ONLY the remaining results it will not dynamically select those that fit the criteria on its own and retain the full list.
Using your example, if the secondary filter is set to show only relevant values, when a user selects V8 and 4 door from the first filter, the secondary filter, car models, will remove all options that do not have V8 and 4 doors leaving only the options that fit the first set criteria. Furthermore the user still has the ability to uncheck a car model that they wish not to consider in their evaluation.
Let us know if this works for you.
TJ, thanks for taking the time to recommend a solution.
What makes this tricky is that the secondary checkboxes for 'car models' would always list all the 'car models' as check boxes. The 'car models' would never get filtered based on the 'car feature' checkboxes that are selected. The 'car models' as checklists would only be flagged as 'Criteria Met' to the side of the 'car models' if all the 'car features' are present. The 'car models' would be flagged and not filtered. More of a recommendation to the user. The user would then be allowed to select multiple 'car models' for specs regardless if the 'car feature' criteria has been met.
Thanks again TJ.