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Is there a database online for the number of shop hours a car repair should take? by Frank S[_2_]
I was told that there is a manual auto repair shops look up to find the number of shop hours they charge for a job. To be fair, I'm told they all charge that many hours even if it doesn't take that many hours. For example if three jobs are done, and even if they associate with each other, they...
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Today 07:04 PM
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Scanner for car. by [email protected]
A friend in Philly said he bought a scanner for his car. All cars made after 1996 by law are required to have the connector. Two cost $88.00, free S & H. It will warn you of any problems and connect to your phone via Bluetooth. Gives the severity of the problem and estimates of the repair cost...
Today 06:11 PM
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American car will have 1,150 horsepower by [email protected]
www.drudgereport.com ...Aria car. Faster Horses, Faster Women....
Today 02:37 PM
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Kumho tires by [email protected]
I bought new about eight years ago for my 1983 Dodge B250 van. I had the van in storage for almost two years. Last week when I drove the van I heard a humming noise. I only drove the van about 2,240 miles since I had the new tires. Would the age of the tires cause the humming noise?
Today 02:36 AM
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What would cause belts to squeal when heater fan is turned on? by [email protected]
So mine does it when I turn the head lights on and it if I have the heater on high at low rmp's. So your saying I need to replace my alternator belt right?
Today 12:16 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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Have you ever heard this noise in an engine after a VCG repair? by Arthur Wood
Subject: Have you ever heard THIS SOUND inside your engine? URL: http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1181089 Nobody on Bimmerfest knows what is causing this noise and I can't use the car until I figure out how to figure out what the noise is. This only started after I did some work...
Yesterday 05:58 PM
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Gas cap. by [email protected]
Lost gas cap key Youtube ...I missplacd mine, found it later. One guy on Youtube tried the same key on three locking gas caps. That key worked all three gas caps.
December 12th 17 10:41 PM
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How to Replace a Heater Core in a Dodge Spirit by K Wilson
replying to marc anthony, K Wilson wrote: Heater core -- for full context, visit http://www.motorsforum.com/tech/how-to-replace-a-heater-core-in-a-dodge-spirit-7536-.htm
December 12th 17 03:18 AM
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My 1983 Dodge van. by [email protected]
The drivers front door lock and passenger side door locks are electric Power Locks. The key in the drivers side door lock, most of the time it is hard to lock and unlock the door. One of my repair manuals diagrams shows two or three pull/push rods. Can I remove one of those rods so the key will...
December 10th 17 09:38 PM
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Help!, Location of Inertia Fuel cutoff, Jeep Cherokee yr 2000? by [email protected]
Hi guys, and tnx for the help received from this group in the past. I have a friend who's 2000 jeep cherokee was popped in the rear the other day. It never cranked again after the incident so we suspect a inertia fuel cutoff. Could anyone point us to where the cutoff is located? I have...
December 8th 17 02:18 AM
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Solved, valve stem seal by Ivan Vegvary[_2_]
My cylinder head must have been remanufactured with fatter valve guides. The guides are 0.01 fatter than the inside diameter of the seals. Having made the measurements the wonderful techs at Fel-pro specified a set that will be a correct fit on the stem but 0.005 too large on the guide. A stop of...
December 8th 17 02:03 AM
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Where to get car rear-deck speakers (haven't bought speakers in decades) by harry newton
I haven't worked on speakers in decades. <http://wetakepic.com/images/2017/12/04/speakers1.jpg> How do we debug a scratchy sound? We can isolate it with the balance to a single speaker. But is it the speaker? Or something else? If it's the speaker, where is a good place (other than the dealer)...
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December 7th 17 01:05 AM
by Ed Pawlowski Go to last post
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Mazda B2300 steering column by [email protected]
I need to dismantle the upper part of the steering column on my 96 B2300. The part or parts that connect the ignition switch to the key cylinder has broken. I don't know how to get inside the steering column to check/replace parts. Anyone had need to do this, and can advise me?
December 6th 17 05:12 AM
by Steve W.[_6_] Go to last post
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Valve stem seal help by Ivan Vegvary[_2_]
1991 Mazda B2600i Destroyed 4 new seals on the first valve (easiest to get to) These are thin copper (?) shells with a spring loaded runbber ring on top. Can't seem to drive them straight. I've installed thousands of large seals over the last 60 years, but this has me baffled. Using a socket and...
December 4th 17 03:38 AM
by Ivan Vegvary[_2_] Go to last post
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Tesla by [email protected]
delivers the World's biggest battery - and wins a bet. www.wsj.com ...Not exactly car related though. The battery stores electricity from a wind farm and is capable of supplying 30,000 homes.. in Australia.
November 29th 17 01:03 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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2.5 ton jack and a 6,900 lb truck by Michael[_23_]
I know that a 2.5 ton jack does not actually equal 6900 lbs, but since it's raising only one end, I'm wondering if it is safe to use it for a vehicle this size. Thanks Mike
November 27th 17 01:53 AM
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Noise Level On Directional & Asymmetric Tires ? (and, relative toNokian WR G3) by Bob[_53_]
Hi, Son and I are both using Nokian WR G3 tires.He has a Subaru Outback. He loves them in the snow and ice conditions, but is always complaining about the noise on a dry road. I have them too, on my 2009 Buick LaCrosse, but they seem pretty quiet to me. But my hearing isn't that great anymore.
November 24th 17 05:57 PM
by Paul in Houston TX[_2_] Go to last post
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Helping neighbor's kids fix sunburned speaker in Toyota Camry by harry newton
Am trying to help a neighbor's kids by replacing the rear-deck speaker covers in a Toyota Camry, <http://wetakepic.com/images/2017/11/19/speakera.jpg> Have you done it? <http://wetakepic.com/images/2017/11/19/speakerb.jpg> It doesn't come out the top or the...
November 19th 17 09:44 PM
by Iggy Go to last post
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Oil by The Real Bev[_5_]
I grew up on 10-30 or 20-40. This is SoCal. No freezing, lots of heat. Synth oil is nice, but expensive. The concept of 0-20 oil, although the manufacturer suggests/demands it, is just alien. We never freeze, we just have to worry about the oil thinning out when the ambient is over...
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November 19th 17 05:45 PM
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Car dealership rip off. Hidden camera investigation Youtube by [email protected]
cbc.ca ...It is fun to watch that stuff at Marketplace in Canada. Not only about cars, but many other things too.
November 18th 17 03:33 PM
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