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93 Ford Explorer Stalls While Driving by [email protected]
I have a 1993 Ford Explorer with a 4.0 L that started stalling while driving about six month ago. It shuts off like someone turned the key. Originally you could push in the clutch and immediately restart it without a problem. The occurrence is very random and there is never anything common...
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February 12th 18 07:18 PM
by Jeffrey Burns Go to last post
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compression fittings on brake lines by Nate Nagel[_2_]
Does anyone have a link to any law or standard that allows or prohibits their use? Was having a discussion with a mechanic yesterday and the wrench was saying that it was easier to use a compression fitting than double flaring and he didn't have a problem using them; my position was that if I...
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February 11th 18 01:18 AM
by RedRooster Go to last post
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Here's what happens when a ''Green'' car catches fire. by [email protected]
teaparty.org ...But Musk's car floating around in Space, no problem. citizenfreepress.com Truly Incredible Photos From SpaceX
February 9th 18 07:36 PM
by The Real Bev[_5_] Go to last post
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"Power" mirror question by Percival P. Cassidy[_2_]
I bought on eBay a mirror for my '02 300M that was described as a "power" mirror that "fits" the 300M and some other Chrysler Corp. models. Now I find that it does not have the heat and memory (auto-tilt-down-in-reverse) features. The cable has only 5 conductors instead of the 9 in the...
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February 6th 18 09:30 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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What to measure when adjusting clutch pedal bolt? by Mad Roger
Need help figuring out what to MEASURE when adjusting a self-adjusting clutch pedal bolt. http://www.bild.me/bild.php?file=3835507bolt.jpg I've adjusted the bolt all the way in, half way, and all the way out: http://www.bild.me/bild.php?file=8057083bolt2.jpg No matter whether I adjust the bolt...
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January 30th 18 09:21 PM
by Tekkie« Go to last post
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would brake fail cause limp-home mode? by [email protected]
I was perusing a dashboard wiring diagram for my jalopy, and noticed that the brake fail lamp connects not only to the master cylinder switch and lamp check relay, but also to the ECU. Would this be so that the ECU would limit the speed of the car if brakes died?
January 29th 18 12:32 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Undercoating with WD-40 stops rust? by [email protected]
On Thursday, September 29, 1994 at 1:59:06 AM UTC-5, Uri A. Feiner wrote: > I livein Vermont, where cars rust out faster than they die otherwise. As > a result, in the rust battle, I've been trying to do eveything I can. A > recent thread on here about WD-40 standing for "Water Dispersement"...
January 27th 18 05:15 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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What happens when a u-joint fails? by [email protected]
Thank u are right fire the bum
January 26th 18 07:24 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Replacing Seat Belt and Air Bag after Collision by Ulysses
I have an '04 Nissan Frontier that was hit head-on and the driver's air bag deployed. I repaired/replaced everything that was damaged except the air bag (so far, still working on it). The driver's seat belt is stuck in place and will not pull out or retract. Does this have something to do with...
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January 24th 18 06:02 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Need help INTERPRETING these test results police cruiser SAE J866a Chase Test by Mad Roger
The scientific question is how do we correctly interpret why EE pads seem to outperform FF pads in this police cruiser study done in 2000? https://www.justnet.org/pdf/EvaluationBrakePads2000.pdf https://www.justnet.org/pdf/Copy-of-9-22-10-Edited-Brake-Pad-Report-Draft.pdf In another thread today,...
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January 23rd 18 09:22 PM
by Tekkie« Go to last post
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2006 GMC Envoy, (denali) rear air suspension problem by [email protected]
My wife has a 2006 GMC Envoy, {Denali}. It has the air suspension in the rear. You can hear the compressor come on almost every time you start the car.. For the last few months we have been noticing that after turning off the car for instance and if you're just sitting in it for a period of time...
January 22nd 18 02:32 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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More defective Takata airbag inflators by The Real Bev[_5_]
I thought I'd dodged the bullet, but I was wrong. I got the NHTSA letter Thursday, confirmed that MY number was up, took it in Friday morning and had it back by noon. Check he https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls Sign up for notifications he...
January 21st 18 08:49 PM
by The Real Bev[_5_] Go to last post
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Hydraulic clutch pedal by Bob Nogueira
How do the self adjusting hydraulic clutch pedals keep the throwout bearing constantly riding on the pressure plate ?
January 21st 18 04:02 AM
by Bob Nogueira Go to last post
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NiCopp brake line? by [email protected]
On 1-15-18, I asked AGS the following through the contact form on their website: Hello AGS, Are stainless steel fittings compatible with the NiCopp brake lines (talking about 3/8-24 SAE fittings on 3/16" lines) ? Thanks, Bob W Omaha, NE
January 17th 18 09:44 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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''Self-Driving car has crashed-Injuries Reported'' by [email protected]
www.redstatewatcher.com via www.zerohedge.com ...Something like that.
January 14th 18 06:18 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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GM. by [email protected]
GM drops the steering wheel and gives robot driver control bloomberg L.P.
January 12th 18 10:48 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Max Horsepower vs. Max Torque by [email protected]
26 ┼×ubat 1993 Cuma 23:07:00 UTC+3 tarihinde Mike Christensen yazd─▒: > Max Horsepower = Max Acceleration > > also > > Max Horsepower = Max Force at the rear wheel > > However > > Max Torque at the engine -not equal to - Max Force at the rear wheel
January 12th 18 10:36 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Drum brakes - do you disconnect the parking brake cable? by Mad Roger
I haven't done drum brakes ever but I'm faced with these drum brakes where I'd just like to ask a couple of questions from those of you who have done drum brakes before. 1. I released the parking brake from the cabin and screwed these 2-inch long metric 8mm x 1.25mm threads bolts to pull the drum...
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January 12th 18 12:59 AM
by Mad Roger Go to last post
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Ford. by [email protected]
townhall.com (also via AP news) Ford adds Diesel engine to F-150 for the first time. ...Ford, Ford, new kind of Ford, buy a Ford today!
January 9th 18 09:36 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Converting to convertible: What are the challenges? by Jeannot
I'm looking at converting a 2004 crown victoria to a convertible. I can cut, I can weld, I can paint. Of course, my objective is NOT an automatic roof, or anything I can drive at 100mph, or anything air-tight. It'll be a very occasional drive... Is anyone crazy enough to have attempted something...
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January 8th 18 07:51 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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