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Sorry I can't give you an exact location but, I...

Sorry I can't give you an exact location but, I have repaired/replaced a few and they are always located within the ductwork assembly," usually" down near the passenger side kick panels. Just look...
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These speed sensors are designed to not be...

These speed sensors are designed to not be reused......they must be replaced every time they are removed. Toni.
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Holy cow I can't believe it...its working again....

Holy cow I can't believe it...its working again. I sat down this morning and thought I'd give it another shot and I remembered something about using the F-10 key for doing some configuration stuff....
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Keyboard got wet!!!!

Hello all, as stated the keyboard on my computer had a substantial amount of water dumped onto it from a kitten that my teenage daughter got for Christmas. Now after putting another keyboard on the...
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Hey I know what you guys mean by not going the...

Hey I know what you guys mean by not going the tube route but, this lawnmower is quite old and not really worth putting too much into. Its just an aggravation to have to pump up these two tires...
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Mower tires going flat

Hello all, I have a used Craftsman riding lawn mower that I had given to me as a fixer-upper. Well long story short, I have a problem with 2 of the tires going flat between uses.
On 2 of the...
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If it was me I'd cut the ends of the posts to...

If it was me I'd cut the ends of the posts to match the slope and set a Hilti bolt into the concrete where the center of the post will be. Just leave the bolt sticking out of the concrete a couple of...
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All opinions aside. I have used Outlook Express...

All opinions aside. I have used Outlook Express for a while and haven't had any problems except for the last security update Microsoft issued.
One thing that I would check is when you click...
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Actually I use both mail programs. Outlook...

Actually I use both mail programs. Outlook Express and Mozilla's Thunderbird. I haven't had a problem with Mozilla so far. We had Incredimail for a while but it caused some problems so I took it out.
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My computer didn't freeze up but, one of the...

My computer didn't freeze up but, one of the updates caused my Outlook Express to not work properly. After I installed them one by one I found it to be KB911567. I hated to but I left that one out...
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Hello, I've never worked on a Jeep, but are you...

Hello, I've never worked on a Jeep, but are you sure that there isn't a nut on the backside of the bolt that is turning? Its either that or the bolt is stripped. Other than that I'm out.
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Hello, seeing as your car is only 14 months old,...

Hello, seeing as your car is only 14 months old, I can't believe that it would have a carburator on it. It should have fuel injection unless it is some off the wall make.
It sounds to me like you...
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Hello, I read your post and it made me think...

Hello, I read your post and it made me think about an odd problem that happened on my car once. Although it would start, it would run really rough until it warmed up. And, like you, I had taken it to...
02-05-06, 02:53 PM
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Hello, I wouldn't fill your outlets with foam. It...

Hello, I wouldn't fill your outlets with foam. It is probably a code violation anyway. If you are not able to get any insulation behind you outlets then about the only thing that you can do is buy...
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I'm not sure on the 3.3L but, I know that the...

I'm not sure on the 3.3L but, I know that the 2.5L are prone to MAP sensor problems. I used to keep a spare right in the glove box for emergencies when we owned our Caravan. I've been told that you...
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I've had some experience with these timers....

I've had some experience with these timers. Usually if they are bad the knob on the front doesn't advance. The one that I worked on had a little motor that quit running. I ended up replacing the...
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Joe-Yes it has been a struggle. In fact the guy...

Joe-Yes it has been a struggle. In fact the guy that had this particular mower actually had a small length of jack chain holding up the troublesome right side.It finally occured to me to move the...
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O.K., I think I got it Sunday. After the kids...

O.K., I think I got it Sunday. After the kids used it last weekend when it was too wet to mow, I figured that was it. But when I tried it Sunday it was still cutting one side too low......... What it...
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Adjusting mower decks?

Well I have recently acquired a couple of fixer upper Craftsman lawn tractors and both of them had a few "issues". The first one was pretty much all there but required alot of work. The second one...
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Its could be a faulty door switch. I had a Dodge...

Its could be a faulty door switch. I had a Dodge Caravan that did the same thing and I ended up removing the little metal thing that made the chime sound. That did cure the problem. Just remember to...
09-04-05, 05:55 AM
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Yes, it is possible to do this, but it depends on...

Yes, it is possible to do this, but it depends on your situation. THe link you provided didn't work for me, so I really can't say what your looking at.
I have a reasonable insight on doing this...
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If I were you I'd contact your local fire...

If I were you I'd contact your local fire department. They may check it out for you rather than risk having you call them later this winter. Or they can refer you to someone who can do the inspection...
08-05-05, 03:18 PM
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Hello, we just purchased an 18 X 48" pool this...

Hello, we just purchased an 18 X 48" pool this year and have been getting a lesson on pool maintenance ourselves. One thing that seems to help is to use a shock treatment once a week or so,...
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Hello, I wouldn't worry about reaching a cherry...

Hello, I wouldn't worry about reaching a cherry red. By that time you will be getting the shaft heated up as well, which would kind of defeat the purpose.I would just put a steady pressure on it with...
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Hello, I'm no transmission expert, but it sounds...

Hello, I'm no transmission expert, but it sounds alot like torque converter lockup to me. If when you take off from a stop and it feels like the engine can barely handle the load then it is something...
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