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Re(2): Why use fusible links instead of fuses? by [email protected]
On Monday, March 7, 1994 at 3:42:43 PM UTC-5, Donna A. Lilly wrote: > As far as I can tell, fusible links of the type that are just short > sections of wire within a thicker wire can be substituted for links that > are similar to fuses which can be visually checked and replaced in the same > way as...
April 13th 19 10:18 PM
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any cops still using the Crown Victoria ? by [email protected]
There was an article in a motoring magazine last year claiming that 200 Crown Vics were still in service, having not done enough miles to be retired. But occasionally one sees a story on the evening news, the cop car is a Panther. I suppose there will be a big hoo-ha when the very last one goes.
April 13th 19 12:45 AM
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whooshing sound when removing gas cap by [email protected]
That is not normal, there is a vent valve to compensate for that.
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April 12th 19 08:01 PM
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Used car dealers. by [email protected]
Used car dealers didn't want to fix deadly defects, so they wrote a law to avoid it. www.blacklistednews.com/article/72113/used-car-dealers-didnt-want-to-fix-deadly-defects-so-they-wrote-a-law-to-avoid.html https://outline.com/DRPRCa
April 12th 19 07:15 PM
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Car computers and tire thief . by [email protected]
www.blacklistednews.com/article/72068/your-car-is-watching-you-who-owns-the..html www.wlbt.2019/04/08/jackson-police-need-help-identifying-tire-thief ...If those car computers are so smart, why can't they send an alarm if somebody is stealing the tires/wheels?
April 10th 19 05:46 PM
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Mitsubishi car repair? by Sardox
Where do I ask for car repair questions? I am graduating soon and just got a car for free. Mitsubishi Lancer 2004. But it needs stuff like the entire air conditioning control switch panel part. Do you know of any good web site to ask repair & parts questions?
April 6th 19 08:00 AM
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D900 scanner frozen.....? by Randall Shimizu
I own a d900 scanner it is frozen. When I get to the vehicle selection screen the scanner freezes and is unresponsive.....? Trying to find out who the manufacturer is for support....? Supposedly there is way to cold boot the machine. Have tried taking out the batteries, but this does not help....?
April 6th 19 02:06 AM
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April 4th 19 08:48 PM
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Help - 450SL Hard starter by [email protected]
On Tuesday, October 3, 2000 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, RD Thompson wrote: > I have a Mercedes '78 450SL with CIS fuel injection that has spent > more time sitting than driving (which is part of the problem, I > presume). > > Anyway, my problem is hard starting when it is hot. When the car is > cold it...
April 4th 19 01:59 AM
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GM 2.8L V6 Engine Problem by [email protected]
I own a 1991 chevy s10 2wd pick up. It has a 60 degree 2.8L v6 it drinking coolant but in not pushing out the overflow and it's not showing a milk oil mixture if you could help me into the right direction I'd appreciate it. You can email me Thanks Brandon DeHart
April 1st 19 09:02 PM
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Idler pulley squeeks, lubricate or replace? by [email protected]
My 94 Saturn SL2 squeels when first started, and may be getting worse. Likeliest guess is the idler pulley bearings. It's not an easy replacement, going through the wheel well. Should I be able to get away with just lubricating it? With what? Nils K. Hammer
April 1st 19 03:41 PM
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2014 Cadillac CTS headlights. by [email protected]
www.arcamax.com/homeandleisure/automotive/automotivenews/s-2192229 ...The guy mentions www.theretrofitsource.com Might be handy for some people.
March 31st 19 06:38 PM
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Hydraulic Floor Jack, Release Valve won't tighten by Gifters
OK, I'm trying to fix my Floor jack, the problem is when I tighten the handle it doesn't come to a stopping point, the handle keeps turning and the release valve is left open, I've first couple of parts and now there is a square hole and I assume a ball barring, I have no idea what do do from...
March 30th 19 08:45 PM
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Why are torque wrenches eschewed by many mechanics by [email protected]
Techs who don't use a torque wrench are just grease monkeys. I hate techs who overtighten nuts and bolts. They supposedly have the right tools, and then don't use them properly. Use a torque wrench donkey.
March 30th 19 12:48 AM
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Chevy 2.2 Timing chain by Bob Urz
I was going down the road at about 45 in my 1996 S10 when it just quit running. I am lucky I got it to the side of the road before getting ran over. Tried to restart it. Its cranking sound is different now. I don't here the compression strokes. Would not fire at all. I am assuming the timing chain...
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March 29th 19 03:14 PM
by Kevin Bottorff[_3_] Go to last post
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autonomous truck crash by [email protected]
http://www.mining.com/driverless-trucks-not-flawless-two-crash-fortescue-mine-australia/ Lucky it hit another mine truck. If one of these reversed onto a car, it would crush it flat as a pancake and keep going.
March 20th 19 10:33 AM
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spring-type seat belt pre-tensioners by [email protected]
Cars I have driven had explosive pre-tensioners. I learned there was also mechanical spring pre-tensioners. Which vehicles used these?
March 15th 19 11:22 AM
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Blue collar no mo Skilled auto technicians are in high demand. by [email protected]
www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3733076/posts ...Nowadays it can cost a lot of money for even simple repair on new cars, if they are out of warranty. Even if the vehicle is older, a woman in Texas took her 1989 Chevrolet motorhome to a shop in Katy, Texas. New, or rebuilt steering pump and...
March 8th 19 05:37 PM
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Morgan News by AMuzi
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6774471/Italian-company-buys-iconic-British-sports-car-maker-Morgan.html -- Andrew Muzi <www.yellowjersey.org/> Open every day since 1 April, 1971
March 7th 19 10:40 PM
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How to refill a leaking Sam's club "Michelin" floor jack by Comboverfish
Way back when, in one or more newsgroups, I suggested the blue 3.5 ton quick rise jack as sold by Sam's Club, to those who were looking for a cheap, functional, and strong floor jack for home use. I wanted to offer some tips I recently discovered when confronted with the problem of fixing or...
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March 7th 19 01:38 AM
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