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December 5th 19 02:53 PM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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3.3L Chrysler V6? by [email protected]
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 6:42:21 PM UTC-4, the fly wrote: > Looking at buying a new car while I can get 5 yrs. at no interest. > Does anyone have much experience with the Chrysler 3.3L V6 used in the > mini vans? (Town & Country, Caravan, etc). > Any reliability or serviceability...
November 30th 19 11:54 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Intelligent choice of oil filter? by delvon daily
It's a camry where I went to walmart and they had Fram, Mobile 1, K&E, Super Tech, Bosch, and others. I know enough to realize price is never an indicator of quality but what is? What spec can we look for on the package that will help us determine which oil filter is better than another when both...
November 28th 19 02:03 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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2004 camry le 4 banger - how do I find the right front brake pads by Ohderii_Cruiser
2004 camry le 4 banger - how do I find the right front brake pads and rotors at the best price? It's making noises when I brake like scraping metal but very high pitched. What's the right brand and model number for the pads & rotors?
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November 16th 19 04:54 AM
by Xeno Go to last post
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Hydraulic clutch by Bob Nogueira
Since there is no adjustment for clutch wear with a hydraulic clutch, does the throw out bearing stay in constant contact with the pressure plate? Thanks for any information.
November 14th 19 09:47 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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loose wheel sheering off studs by [email protected]
The wheel nuts clamp the wheel on tight, so that friction holds the wheel onto the hub - actually the disc brake rotor. So the warning is that if the wheel is loose, then the studs are taking the weight instead. So I imagine it chews up the wheels and makes a noise. But the studs also go through...
November 5th 19 12:15 AM
by Scott Dorsey Go to last post
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2001 Cadillac Deville Stalling Problem by Bernie17125
Can't seem to keep my 2001 Cadillac DeVille from stalling. Starts every time, but starts stalling after running for 10-30 minutes, then stalls more frequently when the engine is warmed up. Had car towed to GMC Dealer. Dealer experienced same problem - stalled when moving it from their service lot...
November 3rd 19 03:51 AM
by Xeno Go to last post
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Thorsen Tools - what happened? by Charlie Daubitz
replying to pgtr, Charlie Daubitz wrote: In the late 70's they switched to China, When they added the Allied name, they lost all of their gouv. contracts. They had a Mfg. plant in Dallas, on Willowbrook, it closed. Montgomery Wards, JC pennys, Western auto were big distributors -- for full...
October 29th 19 04:18 AM
by Charlie Daubitz Go to last post
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Car won't start after 15 minutes of trying - then started by [email protected]
Have a 2012 Nissan Vera hatchback. Went yesterday to start car after not starting it for a week. Would not start for about 15 minutes, then finally started! 1. Battery strong 2. No warning lights or codes 3. When finally started ran it smooth; no miss. 4. Tried starting car by putting the...
October 29th 19 01:55 AM
by Roger Blake[_2_] Go to last post
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Auto Air Horn Installation - Wiring by John Heubusch
I am installing an airhorn in my 1946 Diamond T pickup truck but need help in understanding how to wire it correctly. The two horn trumpets and compressors have already been installed correctly. It's the electric wiring I need help with. The kit comes with two sets of terminals to wire the...
October 22nd 19 05:00 PM
by John Heubusch Go to last post
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Zemco ZT11 Cruise Control by [email protected]
I'm the proud (?) new owner of a n.o.s. Zemco ZT11 Cruise Control P/N 127354 NIB and only missing the Installation Instructions. Anyone out there with any info ? I've tried a URL search with no joy. Incidently, the Operating Instructions booklet was printed in 1980. (!) Cheers...JJ
October 19th 19 04:18 AM
by Drsounds Go to last post
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Coolant leak by Stevenvz717
I have a 87 305 that is leaking coolant in the back of the engine. I looked at the freeze plugs and they are dry and all the coolant it running farther back on the driver side. Hoping it’s note a cracked block but can anyone give me ideas? -- for full context, visit...
October 15th 19 12:49 AM
by Xeno 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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October 11th 19 02:59 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Coolant Flush Comparison - Repair Shop versus Quick Lube by F Russell
I need to get the coolant on my car flushed (1997 Ford Taurus). It's been over two years since the last flush. A lot of auto repair shops offer the coolant flush service but the job requires some time and effort to complete. However, the "speedy," 10-minute oil change places also offer what they...
October 5th 19 12:15 AM
by F Russell Go to last post
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1980 Ford Ranger barn find by [email protected]
I was at a friends garage helping with his Ford Ranger that's been stuck in the garage for 19 years. We jacked up each wheel and inflated the tires, but 2 wheels are still stuck. We'll eventually use a bigger pry bar on them, the lug wrench loosened the other 2. My grandpa's values say we ought...
October 3rd 19 09:05 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Coolant Flush Auto by Home Guy[_2_]
F Russell wrote: > I need to get the coolant on my car flushed. Then discuss it over at rec.auto.tech.
October 3rd 19 01:17 AM
by Home Guy[_2_] Go to last post
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What is the number of gallons capacity of the radiator from a1985 Pontiac Firebird with a 3.1 liter V-6 ? by AMuzi
On 9/22/2019 4:26 PM, wrote: > > > What is the number of gallons capacity of the radiator from a 1985 Pontiac Firebird with a 3.1 liter V-6 ? > The Inter Webs indicate 23.5 quarts, 5.875 gal. -- Andrew Muzi
September 24th 19 03:55 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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Cord showing on tire, is this bad? by [email protected]
has anyone yet suggested swapping the bad front tires to the rear, for a reduction in the inevitable blow out catastrophe?
September 18th 19 11:46 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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You Are Being Tracked! by [email protected]
yonews.org/you-are-being-tracked-massive-real-time-30-state-license-plate-alpr-database-revealed ...When the fall of the Soviet Union happened on December 25, 1991, it popped up in America. Your papers, please!
September 14th 19 10:54 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cord showing on tire, is this bad? by [email protected]
Uh yah. Jeeeeeasssausas 90 mph with the chord showing on both your FRONT tires. Your asking for a wrecked 97 Camaro buddy 👦🏿 I would park that thing till you can afford new tires lil Jim. Ok bob make sure you don’t drive it unless your going to get some pussy then I condone driving on bald...
September 12th 19 05:55 AM
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