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How to Adjust Parking brake on 1990 Nissan Pathfinder SE 4WD?

December 17th, 2010 · No Comments

1990 Nissan Pathfinder 3.0 SE V6 4WD, I was told I needed to fix or adjust my parking brake but I’m not sure how to how to start. The rear has Brake Disc & Shoe Style System I believe. I am capable of fixing it , it just I never did this type of repair before so I’m not very familar how to start.
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2006-09 Honda S2000 Base, High-Boost, and YouTune Supercharger Kits Installation

November 18th, 2009 · No Comments

SECTION 1: PRE-INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS:
Step 1: Remove the negative battery cable. Before removing the battery cable, verify that you have the “anti theft” radio code. It is usually located in your owner’s manual. If you cannot find the radio code, take your car to your local Honda dealer so that they can retrieve the code through the Honda computer network.
Step 2: Jack your car up, or put the car up in the air if you are working in a shop. Support your car with Jack Stands or Ramps if you are working on the ground. Never work under a car without some type of reliable support.
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07-09 GMC Sierra 2500\Chevy Silverado 2500 Bull Bar Installation Instructions

September 12th, 2009 · No Comments

PROCEDURE:
1. REMOVE CONTENTS FROM BOX. VERIFY ALL PARTS ARE PRESENT. READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION.
2. NOTE: It may be necessary to remove/relocate front license plate and license plate bracket. It is not required, but strongly recommended. If local/state law requires a license plate, license plate relocation kit is available.
3. From underside of vehicle, remove the two bolts holding the driver factory tow hook, then remove tow hook from vehicle. NOTE: This Bull Bar is not compatible with factory tow hooks, so you will not be reinstalling factory tow hooks back onto vehicle.
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Volvo short shifter kit installation instructions

December 9th, 2008 · No Comments

Tools required:
1. Flathead screwdriver.
2. Electrical crimper/cutter.
3. Fine needlenose pliers or c-clip remover (or even something with a pointy tip)
4. 4mm or 5/32” hex key, ideally a 3/8” driver style. A similar size of torx will do in a pinch. Driver extensions are very handy.
5. 8mm and 10mm socket driver.
6. Work light!
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SUZUKI 800 VOLUSIA Adaptor Kit Installation Instructions

October 5th, 2008 · No Comments

Congratulations on your purchase of the SUZUKI 800 VOLUSIA Adaptor Kit. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the new level of performance you’ll experience. This kit should be installed on bikes with After Market Exhaust Pipes only and jetted, (not included). We recommend that an experienced mechanic perform this conversion. Use the appropriate Suzuki service manual for reference to complete jetting of carbs. Remember, gasoline is extremely flammable and can be explosive under certain conditions. Work in a well- ventilated area and clean up any spills immediately. Check for leaks before riding.
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BMW R1100, R1150, R1200 Maintenance Information PDF

March 21st, 2008 · No Comments

BMW Cheat Sheet Tire Pressures Front Rear (psi / bar) R1200C 34 / 2.35 36 / 2.5 R1100S 37 / 2.55 40 / 2.75 R1150R, GS 38 / 2.6 40 / 2.75 R1150RT 40 / 2.75 42 / 2.9 Engine Oil 4 qts Final Drive 250 ml Transmission: R bikes 850 ml R1200C 1000 ml (850 ml+ 150ml) 850 on center stand, then 150 on the side-stand. Throttle Sync (make sure that fast idle is off!)
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