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What's so special about gear oil that it's 70 bucks a gallon? by Bram van den Heuvel
What's so special about GL4 manual transmission gear oil that it's 70 bucks a gallon? https://www.redlineoil.com/product.aspx?pid=46&pcid=7
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Does Armour All cause damage to the dash and other plastic parts ? by [email protected]
About a year ago, I got a 2006 Buick Terazza, 140,000 miles. It was in good shape, but it needed to be cleaned. I Armor-All'ed the dash, and 2 days later there was a 6 inch vertical crack. I bought a 2014 Chrysler 300 yesterday. The salesman told me not to use Armor All as it will crack the...
August 18th 17 03:58 PM
by Percival P. Cassidy[_2_] Go to last post
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Can I drive my car if the thermostat is bad by Shanda
Can I drive my car if my thermostat is bad I need to take my car to get the part and then drive about 20 miles to have my son in law put it on is that gonna hurt the car -- posted from http://www.motorsforum.com/tech/can-i-drive-my-car-if-the-thermostat-is-bad-115019-.htm using MotorsForum's ...
August 17th 17 03:45 AM
by Paul Hovnanian P.E. Go to last post
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1990 Ford Taurus SHO TIMING BELT WALKING OFF TOP by shoplay
1990 taurus sho timing belt walked off the top pulley (but only half way) slicing through the timing belt covers. Not sure why this happened. Occurred soon after new install of timing belt. Also installed new tensioner when timing belt installed. Anyone seen this issue?
August 16th 17 03:07 PM
by shoplay Go to last post
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Online Printing Company | Digital Printing | 50percent Print by [email protected]
We offer quick and reliable printing services to the customers using an advanced online print store. You can select a product, personalize it and use to fulfill your business goals. We also allow customers to utilize their creativity and design their product by their own. You can also upload...
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Driverless cars - they're real and they're spectacular! by dsi1[_11_]
August 8th 17 10:22 PM
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Mazda to release World's first compression ignition gasoline engineby 2019. by JR[_8_]
www.motortrend.com and various other automotive online news. I just saw something about it on noon day TV news too.
August 8th 17 06:30 PM
by JR[_8_] Go to last post
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2nd copy of car keys and fob? by micky
How many of you carry a 2nd copy of your car keys and fob, when you're in town? When you go out of town? Before I had a fob, I carried a second car key for 10 or 20 years, but I stopped a while ago. I have a spare housekey and carkey buried in my yard somewhere, but I've never trusted magnetic...
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August 6th 17 02:29 AM
by Percival P. Cassidy[_2_] Go to last post
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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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GM radio swap by [email protected]
I have a 2006 Chevy 3/4 ton express van. It has the stock GM AM FM radio in it. I have a 1990 GM AM FM cassette radio that has seen many vehicles over the years. I have rebuilt the cassette mechanism and it is in perfect working condition. It is coming out of my 2002 van before that goes to the...
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July 31st 17 07:02 PM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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Logic for or against the tire-rotation pattern X > H > X > H by Roy Tremblay
What do you think about the 4-tire rotation pattern below? X > H > X > H year 1 X > H > X > H year 2 etsetera Basic assumptions: Assume the alignment is within spec. Assume the fronts consistently wear differently than do the rears. Assume that F->B differential wear is symmetric per...
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July 30th 17 06:27 PM
by The Real Bev[_5_] Go to last post
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87 buick park avenue threw the serpentine belt. by [email protected]
Neighbor lady wants me to help. Her dads 1987 buick park avenue malfunctioned and she limped it back to her driveway. It then vented coolant. When I checked the belt it looked good, but was off. I hand turned alternator, steering pump, airconditioning, but mostly I'm clueless. I didn't even find...
July 29th 17 11:32 PM
by Bill Vanek[_2_] Go to last post
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What is the realistic accuracy & precision of typical consumerMPG calculations (tripmeter miles/pump gallons) by root
rickman > wrote: > > Air resistance rises as the square of the speed. So faster is worse by more > than the linear proportion. I find I notice the difference when I drive > over 60. By 80 you are burning a *lot* more fuel than at 60, about 75% more > to overcome air...
July 25th 17 06:43 AM
by dsi1[_11_] Go to last post
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What is white stainless steel? by micky
What is white stainless steel? https://www.amazon.com/Tokept-Polish-White-Stainless-License/dp/B01IF0Y2MS/ref=sr_1_9?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1500779116&sr=1-9&keywords=Stainless+Steel++License+Plate+Frame The other license plate frames say they are mirror finish, which makes a lot more sense...
July 23rd 17 04:17 AM
by micky Go to last post
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Junk/salvage question by Michael[_23_]
The used car dealer tells me that the 4 junk/salvage notes in the car's records are because it went through an insurance auction. Could this be the case, or should I run from this deal as fast as possible? Thanks, Mike
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July 22nd 17 06:44 PM
by micky Go to last post
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Do the Toyota Camry headlight polishers actually work well? by Danny D.[_4_]
Overall, do those yellowed polycarbonate headlight deoxidizing chemicals or 1600-grit polishing solutions actually work well enough to be indistinguishable from new? We bought for a college kid an older Toyota Camry of the early 2002-2006 model vintage where the polycarbonate on the headlights...
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July 19th 17 07:28 PM
by Tekkie® Go to last post
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Harley and Ducati. by JR[_8_]
www.popularmechanics.com Harley Davidson wants to take over Ducati. Ducati builds some very nice motorcycles, with that desmodromic valve system.
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July 17th 17 09:58 PM
by Kevin Bottorff[_3_] Go to last post
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How to remove CD's from broken auto CD changer? by micky
I've convened this multi-disciplinary forum, becuase this is a multi-faceted problem. How to remove CD's from broken auto CD changer? I have a 2000 Toyota Solara with a factory AM-FM-CD changer, all in the dash, not the trunk. It worked fine until about 2014, with 6 cd's in it, a full load,...
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July 17th 17 08:53 PM
by Tekkie® Go to last post
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###TIMING BELT CONSPIRACY THEORY### by [email protected]
That's funny but true.My question is if there is damage to the engine would there be any leakage or signs of oil residue? And if none is present could the chances of engine valve damage be diminished?
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Outside edge of front tires stairstepping by Chaya Eve
Is it normal for the outside edges of the front tires to be stairstepping on the outer inch or two only? By stairstepping, I mean that you can't see the wear all that much but if you rub your hand over the tread in one direction, you can feel a lip on each side swipe tread. If you run your hand...
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July 15th 17 03:31 AM
by rbowman Go to last post
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