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Using an iPad to follow a YouTube DIY without Internet to replace automotive speakers by Ragnusen Ultred
This is just one easy way to use Windows, Linux, and iOS together, to quickly and easily watch a YouTube DIY at a location that has no Internet. 1. On Windows, I downloaded the desired YouTube DIY: youtubedl https://youtu.be/Ve-kcKxbXx4 2. It's easy to transfer files into VLC over USB on...
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April 18th 18 12:59 AM
by Xeno Go to last post
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Ball joint failed in six months - how do you know if a new one is good? by Bob J Jones
Ball joint failed in six months - how do you know if a new one is good?
April 18th 18 12:55 AM
by Xeno Go to last post
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Download Solution Manual Principles of Corrosion Engineering andCorrosion Control (Zaki Ahmad) by [email protected]
On Monday, 18 April 2016 02:56:03 UTC+8, wrote: > Solutions Manuals & Test Banks > _______________________________ > > > > > contact to : mattosbw1(at)gmail.com > >
April 17th 18 02:16 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Testing Brake Fluid by ED
I read that I can determine the moisture content of the brake fluid in my car by using a DMM (digital multimeter). Negative lead to the -battery term and the positive lead to the brake fluid in the reservoir. Anything below .3 volts is acceptable. Any comments on the validity of this method?
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April 15th 18 10:28 PM
by Vic Smith Go to last post
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Speedometer Reading After Crash by panabiker
Over the weekend, I had a conversation with some friends on a recent accident involving NJ governor. It was reported by news media that the SUV was going at 91 MPH prior to the crash. My question was how they found out the speed, and one answer was that a speedometer would stuck at the speed the...
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April 15th 18 02:10 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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New cheap car by The Real Bev[_5_]
I need to shop (southern California) for a <=$4K car for a friend. I believe that I want a Carolla because they're always at the top of reliability lists and NOBODY I know wants to work on a car ever again. So I'm looking at cars in the $3-$4K range with under 150K miles which tend to be...
April 15th 18 01:49 AM
by Paul in Houston TX[_2_] Go to last post
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LGX engine power output query by [email protected]
This new motor is specced at 250 kW when mounted north-south in a Cadillac. But when mounted east west, it is only 231 kW in Buick or 235 kW in Opel. So what is the difference? Does the transverse installation cramp the exhaust and air intake, or did Cadillac just get a hot engine map?
April 14th 18 12:36 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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car stumbles going around corners but no MIL by Bob J Jones
For about a year now, the car stumbles when going around corners, where I can't figure out what the stumbling is due to. It didn't used to be so consistent but it's getting worse over time so now it's finally noticeable that it's the turns and not something else that makes it stumble for a split...
April 12th 18 05:20 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Imy 2000 model Deawoo lanes sportshatch auto won't idle by Natasha Mckenzie
Deawoo lanes sportshatch 2000 model auto 90,000km won't idle, timing is perfect, spark plugs & leads fuel pump replaced . It starts with constant spraying of "start ya barstard" for about 30 seconds then splatters & stops . Any suggestions? Fuel injectors maybe? -- for full context, visit...
April 11th 18 06:27 PM
by dsi1[_11_] Go to last post
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April 11th 18 04:27 PM
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Help! '66 Mustang strange overheating problem by [email protected]
Mine also over heats but I hit some bumps that sent me flying and the mustang trannys cooling lines flat, I've replaced everything over hauled the motor, no one believes me but I think it's the water ports blocked by debri ,over heats high and low idle around town on the freeway, within 15miles or...
April 9th 18 09:31 PM
by dsi1[_11_] Go to last post
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are fuses always on 12V side of a device? by [email protected]
I find a lot of vehicles used "switched earth" system, where devices join to a 12 V main wire, and are switched on the earth side. But then, would the fuse still be on the hot side for extra safety? So I believe it should look like this: 12V--fuse--lamp--switch--earth
April 7th 18 12:27 PM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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Does Splitfire spark plugs increase horsepower? by [email protected]
On Saturday, November 4, 1995 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, wrote: > I have an 88 Toyota Corolla and just want some more ponies. I thought > I should start with the spark plugs. Any suggestions? My experience with computer controlled engines was an actual loss in mileage. thought...
April 6th 18 03:45 PM
by Kevin Bottorff[_3_] Go to last post
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What happens when a u-joint fails? by [email protected]
QUESTION 4 EVERY BODY I HAVE A 1991 JEEP WRANGLER HAS THE 4.0 MOTOR AND IS A 5 SPEED. MANUAL TRANS. MY QUESTION IS: what would cause the rear shaft to Twist untill it Twisted In half? Its been used kinda like Skidder But NoT on Pavement! Joints didn't fail the drive shaft tube Failed! Snapping The...
April 1st 18 09:22 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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International Space Station has leaking radiator hoses too by [email protected]
In todays news: NASA astronauts go spacewalking days after reaching orbit Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold quickly installed new wireless antennas and removed leaky hoses from a radiator
March 31st 18 08:04 PM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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Clear Spark Plug? by Mechanically Electric
https://youtu.be/HyuPm9wtAsc Ill be putting one of these together, let me know what ya think, opinions welcome. Please subscribe, Ill keep you updated. Doug
March 31st 18 04:20 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Clear Glass ceramic on spark plug? by [email protected]
On Wednesday, January 1, 1997 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Tim Shih wrote: > Does anybody know about a clear glass insulator spark plug? > I think i heard about it somewhere. > supposedly, the theory is that the "spark" is visible though > the glass to determine if all cylinders are firing. > > how come...
March 30th 18 02:11 AM
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stretched timing belt? by [email protected]
A friend of mine has an Astra. It came up with error code P14 (exhaust cam advanced). I replaced the camshaft control solenoid, and it was okay for a short while. But then started losing power, stalling and throwing more error codes. So she took it to a dealer workshop. Their diagnosis was...
March 24th 18 08:10 PM
by Kevin Bottorff[_3_] Go to last post
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Volvo 240 main FI relay wiring? by [email protected]
OK.... it's an intermittent fault so the mechanic will NEVER find it. I of course suspect the main relay (replaced once, like 10 years ago). So... thought I'd wire in a switch across the terminals which I could use to bypass it when it is being uncooperative, and either prove or disprove the relay...
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March 24th 18 01:06 AM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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new build, ford 302 , cam frozen by [email protected]
built 347 stroker Installed all moving parts, rotated engine.fine AFTER THREE REVS, CAM LOCKED DOWN this is second time--two cams and two sets of cam bearings had to use a slide hammer to remove both cams anyone help?
March 23rd 18 09:32 PM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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