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Thanks but seems everyplace I went to try and buy...

Thanks but seems everyplace I went to try and buy one didn't have any in stock so was hoping someone somewhere knew of a spot on the net to get one.
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Sorry made a mistake need the manual for 1993...

Sorry made a mistake need the manual for 1993 Eldorado not Deville
Anyone got any ideas on where it could be found?
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1993 Cadilac DeVille service manual

Does anyone know where I can find a pdf version of the repair manual for the 93 Caddy? Mainly interested in the front suspension.
Thanks in advance to anyone that can help me out.
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Thank youy both links are a big help

Thank youy both links are a big help
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97 Chrysler Concord rear wheel assembly

I am looking for some diagrams to find the name of a part that just broke on my car, it goes from the rear wheel forward to connect to the frame. Held in by a bolt and nut both ends and some type of...
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Need help 97 chrsyler steering problems

I have a problem where the bushings for the inner tierod passager side and the lower control arm. I need to find some drawings or pictures where can I find them
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Posted By gard

Thanks found it one wire shorted. Looks like a...

Thanks found it one wire shorted. Looks like a nice quick fix
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Chrysler 1997 concord engine light problem

I have a 1997 V6 Chyrsler Concord that recently went into "Check Engine", I have used the "on, off, on, off, on" method of getting the code number and found the code "65" as the problem. According to...
04-14-09, 02:53 PM
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Simple answer yes if this is a general propose...

Simple answer yes if this is a general propose circuit ( not in the code as a dedicated circuit such as thoughs found in kitchens for frig etc..).
You will have a restriction on the number of...
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Thank you this works out just fine.

Thank you this works out just fine.
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1997 Chrysler front end problems

I'm looking for some instructions on the net showing how to replace the CV joint on a 1997 Chrysler Concorde LX 3.5 litre automatic.
If anyone know where I might be able to get some instructions...
05-27-08, 02:10 PM
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Posted By gard

Check the lint trap from the screen to the...

Check the lint trap from the screen to the outside of the building in some cases it can get so pulgged up especially around the motor it causes overheating which in turn will case the breaker to...
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89 Mazda won't start

1989 Maza 626 4 cly. with automatic transmission. I have a problem that just came up this morning. The car started this morning and ran with no outward signs of any problems I made two stops where...
03-26-08, 01:47 PM
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If you open the receptacle and look at the wires...

If you open the receptacle and look at the wires connected to it what color is on what terminal. Such as x=black, y=red, etc...
Please turn the breaker off before removing this.
Second question...
03-26-08, 12:57 PM
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I misunderstood this and thought this was a new...

I misunderstood this and thought this was a new switch. If it worked before and does not work now then I would start checking for tripped breakers or GFI's before going any further.
When you say...
03-26-08, 12:02 PM
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Posted By gard

If I am understanding your problem correctly and...

If I am understanding your problem correctly and from the looks of it you are missing the critical portion to make this work.

To power and switch the second set of lights you would need both the...
03-25-08, 10:20 AM
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You can try Grainger look under angle plugs if...

You can try Grainger look under angle plugs if memory serves me correctly Hubble has a couple they market 15 and 20 amp depending on requirements, that might be of use to you. Locally you should be...
03-20-08, 03:51 PM
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Posted By gard

Just a quick question did you happen to check the...

Just a quick question did you happen to check the fuses in the stove itself to see one of them is not blown.
02-12-08, 11:42 AM
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Finding a breaker like this is not all that...

Finding a breaker like this is not all that uncommon. In many cases new hot water tanks are connected by plumbers or just installers and they will add new breakers but seldom will remove older ones,...
02-07-08, 03:25 PM
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You call the power company and have them do it....

You call the power company and have them do it. There are many things you have to watch for in pulling a meter and in most cases the meter itself belongs to the power supplier and it is against the...
01-21-08, 12:41 PM
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Posted By gard

I am not sure where you got the 110 and 120...

I am not sure where you got the 110 and 120 device reference but I am guessing you mean an older receptacle with no ground and a newer one with the ground connection on it.
You can't use the white...
01-08-08, 08:14 AM
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Posted By gard

Try to contact your local Graybar Distributor....

Try to contact your local Graybar Distributor. Not sure of the area your in so don't know the one close to you so here is a number you might want to try 1-800-234-6612.
12-17-07, 01:43 PM
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I don't know how this will translate once I quote...

I don't know how this will translate once I quote this but it might help you understand a little about the word Phase
"A very simple explanation of In Phase and out of Phase:
The current at your...
12-11-07, 09:18 AM
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Posted By gard

The best and safest thing to do is identify the...

The best and safest thing to do is identify the make and model of the unit and then google it. Once you find the manufacture contact their support for the wiring method used.
11-21-07, 11:27 AM
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Posted By gard

Check out this site you may see a lot more then...

Check out this site you may see a lot more then up or down in the furture.

http://www.360electrical.com/
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