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  1. Thread: New Tires

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    Nice. Hard to go wrong with Michelin.

    Nice.

    Hard to go wrong with Michelin.
  2. Market share and Hotels are cheaper on Thursdays.

    Market share and Hotels are cheaper on Thursdays.
  3. You noticed that too? Almost like they planned it...

    You noticed that too? Almost like they planned it that way.....
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    If the ambient air is hot or warm, you will get...

    If the ambient air is hot or warm, you will get that temp or hotter from the HVAC without the a/c working. Fresh air does not mean cool air, it only means that it is coming from outside the vehicle...
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    I think it was a good theme, just that the...

    I think it was a good theme, just that the Discovery Channel cut a lot of corners producing it.
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    Yeah, unfortunately it was bad. Fake drama...

    Yeah, unfortunately it was bad.

    Fake drama and not a good quality build (ok, poor), very cheap. Adding a blower to a worn out C4 engine? You bet, that would be my choice.
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    .5 qt in 1K miles isn't much for 190K. I doubt a...

    .5 qt in 1K miles isn't much for 190K. I doubt a heavier viscosity oil will help, but you could try it.
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    I wouldn’t. If you want to switch viscosity’s I...

    I wouldn’t. If you want to switch viscosity’s I would do a 5W-40 but not a 10W for cold start up. How much oil are you using in 1K miles?
  9. Thread: The Ardun

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    Good stuff........

    Good stuff........
  10. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! Usually there is a plastic grommet that slides...

    Usually there is a plastic grommet that slides over the terminal insulating the stud and where it attaches inside the clock. Do you remember what was there before disassembly? If not rubber or...
  11. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! The riveted side (left in picture) is the...

    The riveted side (left in picture) is the negative side of the battery. The terminal with the nut should be the positive side of the battery. Make sure that the positive terminal is isolated properly...
  12. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! With the switch separated from the wire connector...

    With the switch separated from the wire connector did the lights go off? The stoplight switch should have just two terminals on it and the wires can go on either way. With the brake pedal in it's...
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    Try cycling your 4way flasher switch off on on...

    Try cycling your 4way flasher switch off on on fast for 5 or 10 cycles and see if they work. Make sure that the 4 way switch is in the off position after the test.
  14. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! Understood, sorry to hear that. Make sure that...

    Understood, sorry to hear that. Make sure that the stop light switch is adjusted so it is bottomed out to the lowest position of it's stop (all the way in to the stopping point). You could also pull...
  15. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! But did you disconnect the wire connector at the...

    But did you disconnect the wire connector at the switch to see if your brake lights go out?
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    Good info.

    Good info.
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    I don't have a picture, but if memory serves me...

    I don't have a picture, but if memory serves me right the ignition switch is on top of the steering column close to the firewall under the dash with a long rod connecting it to the key switch under...
  18. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! Have you unplugged the stop light switch? ...

    Have you unplugged the stop light switch?

    10.6 volts is low, you have a voltage drop somewhere, the circuit needs battery voltage 12.2-12.6V. If these are individual socket light bulbs check for...
  19. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! I think so, but it's been a long time for me....

    I think so, but it's been a long time for me. Check it with your voltmeter with the fuse out.

    I would trace that wire to it's origin and put an inline fuse in it, and install the clip on the...
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    Enjoy your new ride!

    Enjoy your new ride!
  21. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! I can' see how that wire could turn off our brake...

    I can' see how that wire could turn off our brake lights unless there is an aftermarket component installed like alarm, etc.

    Make sure that the fuse tap is installed on the fused side of the...
  22. Thread: Power To Clock

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    Help! Do your front turn signals come on too, or just...

    Do your front turn signals come on too, or just the brake lights? Does your car have 4 way flashers? Unplug the stoplight switch and see if the brake lights go off.
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    A clutch going out is usually slipping under a...

    A clutch going out is usually slipping under a heavy load (engine rpm's are high with slow acceleration), jerking when using the clutch,abnormal noises etc. I don't think that is why they recommended...
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    Help! There should never be practically zero clearance...

    There should never be practically zero clearance between an armature and the field coils. Bad bushings, end plates, or mismatched parts inside the starter. Interesting solution.

    Kinda way old...
  25. Thread: Power To Clock

    by LLC5
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    Help! Yes, as long as you go from higher voltage to...

    Yes, as long as you go from higher voltage to lower voltage and keep the amperage rating the same. Do not do the inverse (12V in a 32V system). I am curious why NAPA didn't have 12V fuses, and who...
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