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Going to try the WD-40. Seems to be the least...

Going to try the WD-40. Seems to be the least caustic of substances. We'll see how it goes!!! Thanks to all for your help.
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Automotive paint from a touh-up job done prior to...

Automotive paint from a touh-up job done prior to my purchasing the vehicle. If it matters it is a Chrysler Pacifica/ Silver paint. I really don't want to marr or haze the psudochrome surface or...
04-19-07, 07:58 AM
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My suggestion is to drive 3, or better4, 4 foot...

My suggestion is to drive 3, or better4, 4 foot lengths of 5/8 rebar 4-6 inches into the concrete, assuming your concrete surface is that deep, setting them with 2 stage epoxy. Then place a 6x6...
04-19-07, 07:46 AM
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I would not use a finish nailer or any nailer for...

I would not use a finish nailer or any nailer for that matter. The best thing to do is use 1 1/4 inch weatherproof deck screws for pressure treated or stainless for ceader. Use two on the top and...
04-19-07, 07:38 AM
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Using the same hole is a good idea because the...

Using the same hole is a good idea because the soil around it is already settled and well compacted by the element of time. If you dig a new hole next to the old there will be an inodinate amount of...
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Remove Paint Overspray

Can anyone help me??? I need some advice as to removing paint overspray from plastic trim that has a chrome finish. Some paint is on the headlight lens as well. If anyone knows of any products,...
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Motor mounts are good, so are the exhaust...

Motor mounts are good, so are the exhaust insulators. Getting started on the various sensors... Thanks for the replies and wish me luck!
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Yeah, you can get the high temp silicone at any...

Yeah, you can get the high temp silicone at any auto parts store.
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Try a shrp tap with a hammer (not too rough). No...

Try a shrp tap with a hammer (not too rough). No , luck remove the starter and take it to your local murrays, autozone, etc and get it checked for free.
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'86 Celica Rough Idle in Drive

When my car is in drive I'm ideling at 600-650 rpm and it's pretty rough. In park I'm at 900 (aprox) rpm and it's smooth as silk. Just changed out the plugs, wires, cap, rotor, oil change and the...
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Also... try Auto parts warehouse for the flex...

Also... try Auto parts warehouse for the flex pipe. I used them for that exact part about 4 mos ago. Great price and as I remember FREE shipping!!! Good Luck.
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Thumbs up If it is just a tear try using some HIGH TEMP...

If it is just a tear try using some HIGH TEMP silicone sealent/gasket maker (it's RED in color). let it cure to a "musshy" consistancy, more than skinned over but not fully cured. Then place a clamp...
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a/c problem olds silhouette

I tracked down a leak in my a/c line. I think I fixed it but now I need to evacuate the line but I don't know the specs for the two lines nor do I know how much oil to add. If i'm correct the line...
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Talking Finding an A/C leak

Can anyone tell me the best way to go about finding a leak in my A/C. Car is a 1998 Olds Silhouette 3.4L Icharged it last summer with 134a & started blowing cold but within 2 weeks it was blowing...
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