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DYI Manuals Crown Victoria by [email protected]
I was also going to suggest that used factory service manuals or the version on CD-ROM sells chaeply on eBay and is much better than any Hayes or Chilton manual is.
December 11th 04 05:39 PM
by KARL SZYMANSKI Go to last post
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Self regulating glow plugs ? by [email protected]
I have heard about 2 different types of glow plugs ( "fast start" and "self regulating " ) and I am confused to which is the standard factory installed type in . Also could someone give me some major plug brand part mfg/#s codes which differentiate the two types . -thanks
December 11th 04 02:17 PM
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Coolland additive required in Ford IDI 7.3 with new extended life antifreeze ? by [email protected]
I recnetly puchansed a 1994 Ford F250 IDI non-turbo . The previous own just changed the water pump about 6 months ago and flaushed the cooling system and replaced with ( gold color ) Prestone Extended Life antifreeze but didn't add in the any of the cooling system additive ( called FW16 in the...
December 11th 04 02:02 PM
by Peter Arnold Go to last post
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Cooling system additive in Ford 7.3 IDI ? by [email protected]
I recently puchansed a 1994 Ford F250 IDI non-turbo . The previous owner just changed the water pump about 6 months ago and flushed the cooling system and replaced with ( gold color ) Prestone Extended Life antifreeze at %50 dilution but didn't add in the any of the cooling system additive (...
December 11th 04 10:21 AM
by johnH Go to last post
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Synthetic vs. Dino by VA_Tech_Hokies
Any opinions about the performance of these two oil chemistries?
December 11th 04 12:39 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Speedometer doesn't work, transmission hesistant shifting. by [email protected]
I had a sensor replaced. I still have the same problem. Don't know if it was the speed sensor. Is the speed sensor inside the transmission? I took it to a reputable transmission shop and this problem has baffled the technician. He also repaired some of the wiring. Could the problem be somewhere in...
December 10th 04 08:58 PM
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Haynes manual instructions by [email protected]
On Wed, 08 Dec 2004 04:18:43 GMT, Ray > wrote: ||Can latex gloves hold up to wrenching? I wore latex gloves while ||painting my race car this summer and they didn't hold up very well just ||swinging a spray gun. I can't imagine them lasting more than about 10 ||seconds doing...
December 10th 04 07:44 PM
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FYI on new Honda OE oil filters by Steve
TeGGer® wrote: > ) floridly penned in > : > > >>||Nitrile is what FRAM uses in their cheap filters. Silicone is better. >>||Honda OEM and FRAM premium use orange-colored silicone. >> >>that's redundant. ALL Frams are cheap, but some...
December 10th 04 07:34 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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was I overcharged for catalytic converter? by whatever
> I had the car towed to the garage, they told me > > it was the cat and that luckily it had not damaged the thing it was > > attached to. Huw wrote: > The engine? ;-) Engine, iron lung, pterodactyl, I don't know. Maybe it was the thrombosis, that sounds about right.
December 10th 04 07:33 PM
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SOLVED Can a mini spare throw off you alignment? by Nate Nagel
Lawrence Glickman wrote: > On Wed, 08 Dec 2004 03:42:48 GMT, "Kathy and Erich Coiner" > > wrote: > > >>"Lawrence Glickman" > wrote in message > Were >>you a female, this could be forgiven. They are dumber than >> >>>rocks. You should have known...
December 10th 04 06:10 PM
by Lawrence Glickman Go to last post
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diagnosing noise in rear end of subaru by Bubba
I would check the rear gate hatch sometime they are not adjusted right and cause a rattle
December 10th 04 05:17 PM
by Bubba Go to last post
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Leaking exhaust by Ulf
fbloogyudsr wrote: > "Ulf" > wrote > >> The exhaust on my '86 BMW 323i is leaking between the headers and >> front muffler. So while driving slowly and standing still some of the >> exhaust fumes are drawn into the car. This is very unpleasant, >> especially since the car...
December 10th 04 05:12 PM
by Ulf Go to last post
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Brake fade by HQJ
I have a problem with the brakes on a Rover 416. When light pressure is applied to the pedal it will travel to the floor, the brakes still work and the ABS will kick in if braking hard. Pedal pressure will increase if the pedal is pumped. I thought it must be the M/cylinder but... I have had new...
December 10th 04 12:25 PM
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Looking for more information. by [email protected]
Hi I am interested in more information. Where is the best spot? You can email me at any of the following addresses: Thanks, Sam ...
December 10th 04 08:31 AM
by Tim Kett Go to last post
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Cruise control quits by [email protected]
JR wrote: > That was the problem with my '87 Dodge mini-van, bad brake light switch, took > 'em 5 tries to find it! Idiots! > JR > > mic canic wrote: > > > i would bet the brake switch is going bad > >
December 10th 04 06:26 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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question about Cibie for DS or anyone else by I love Edsels
I may be able to get add-on driving lights soon for a small pickup (97 Ford Ranger) and I'm leaning towards Cibie but I don't know which, if any, would be suitable. I want to get some use out of them around town and in the rain, but not much, if any, out in the desert or forest. I also want to be...
December 10th 04 06:10 AM
by I love Edsels Go to last post
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Suspension problem by Mike Romain
They used to have 5 mph bumpers. That is about it though. New vehicles are the opposite of what you are looking for, they are designed to collapse so the people don't take as much of a hit. You hit a culvert or side of a driveway and all the weight of that van is compressed into one corner with...
December 10th 04 04:56 AM
by Ivan Lu Go to last post
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Battery/Alternator check by Ralf
From: "RG" > To: "Ralph" > Subject: Fw: How to test Battery/alternating testing Date: Saturday, November 27, 2004 9:48 PM ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ackerman" > Newsgroups: alt.autos.lexus Sent: Sunday, November 07,...
December 10th 04 04:24 AM
by Ralf Go to last post
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1995 Ford Aerostar - No Start by Mark
Hi, I am having a problem with a 1995 Ford Aerostar, 3.0L, 130k miles. The engine will crank, but it won't start. I'm getting 39 lbs of fuel pressure at the fuel rail. I checked one plug wire, and it is getting spark. Can a bad hall effect sensor give me these symptoms? If so, can this be...
December 10th 04 03:06 AM
by Mark Go to last post
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Radiator Fan Relay on 97 Chrysler van by [email protected]
For completeness, I found it. It is one the left (driver side) fender on the inside near the horn. To get to it, the air filter and tubes must be disassembled. Its a couple of clamps and a few bolts. BTW, mine sucks. I am replacing this solid state relay for the fourth time. I had the diagnostics...
December 10th 04 02:07 AM
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