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Transmission, Knocking Noise Under Load Technical Bulletin

July 27th, 2010 · No Comments

Knocking noises at load change from pendulum support. Tip: If vehicle is equipped with 6 speed manual transmission (MQ350), see Technical bulletin Instance number 2015981 in ElsaWeb. Technical Background Connection between pendulum support and gearbox may be loose. Engine vibrations affect the connection and may loosen the bolts. Production Solution No production change required.
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Jeep Automatic Transmission Diagnostic Tear Down Procedure

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments

This bulletin provides a procedure to determine repair versus replacement of an automatic transmission assembly. Follow the proper repair procedure based on the transmission type. This procedure is to be used after the transmission has been removed from the vehicle.
Every replaced transmission assembly returned to Chrysler must include a properly completed Diagnostic Checksheet. This sheet must be attached to the transmission bellhousing. Refer to Warranty Bulletin D-06-08 for additional information.
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1996-2003 FORD 7.3L Power Stroke Diesel Vehicles Power Programmer III Installation Instructions

June 20th, 2009 · No Comments

You are the owner of the Power Programmer III, the latest in high-performance tuning technology. Now you can optimize your engine’s tuning, as well as adjust other vehicle parameters (see table of contents), all at the touch of a button. Your vehicle has an onboard computer that controls the engine and transmission. Inside your vehicle’s computer is a FLASH memory chip which contains the vehicle’s programming. The programmer actually reprograms this FLASH computer chip, according to your specifications, with Hypertech’s Power Tuning. This is the only way an individual can reprogram some 1994-1995 and all 1996 and newer vehicles sold in the United States.
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Ford F150, F250, F350 Body Lift Kit Installation Instructions

April 30th, 2009 · No Comments

This kit should only be installed on a vehicle that is in good working condition. Before you install the kit, thoroughly inspect the vehicle for corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. If the vehicle is suspected to have been in a collision or misused, do not install this kit. Off-road use of your vehicle with this kit installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts. We do not recommend that any vehicle with a body lift kit installed be involved in any extreme off-road maneuvers such as jumping. Failure to observe this warning may result in serious personal injury and/or severe damage to your vehicle.
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K9 Security and Remote Start System Installation Manual

April 24th, 2009 · No Comments

This system is intended for installation on vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions and electronic fuel injection only!
• This product must be installed by qualified personnel according to these instructions and and observing all safety features.
• The system should be placed into the valet mode when parked inside a garage or being left for service.
• Always notify service personnel that the vehicle is equipped with a Remote Starter.
• Only start the vehicle in a well ventilated area. Do not use in a closed garage or indoors
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Audi Volkswagen Loading Manual

November 27th, 2008 · No Comments

This publication contains instructions for the proper method of loading and securing Volkswagen and Audi vehicles. Methods other than described and illustrated are not acceptable.

1. To ensure receipt of the proper vehicle, all Volkswagen/Audi vehicle identification numbers (V.I.N.) are located on the dashboard visible through the driver’s side lower windshield. 17 digit V.I.N. number – example – 3VWRT71K17M838290
2. Personnel must wear clean clothing free of objects that could cause damage to the interior or exterior of the vehicle. Gloves are not to be worn inside the vehicle. Jewelry, if worn, and belt buckles, must be covered by protective devices. Smoking inside vehicles is strictly prohibited.
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Geniscan GS200 VW/AUDI Code Reader

November 26th, 2008 · No Comments

The Geniscan GS200 VW/AUDI Code Reader is specially designed to work with most Volkswagen and Audis sold Worldwide of 1990 or newer models. If a VW/AUDI has a 16-pin “OBD-II style” Data Link Connector(DTC), the code reader will certainly work. If it has an old-style 2×2 Data Link Connector(DTC), then it depends on whether there are 4 or 3 wires connecting to the pins. If there are 4 wires, each connecting a pin, then it will work. If there are only 3 wires, leaving one pin disconnected, then it will not work . For VW/AUDIs with old-style 2×2 Data Link Connector(DTC), you need to have a 2×2 cabling adapter which is not included in this product package.
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Sharpness of the Acura TL

November 8th, 2008 · No Comments

Superseding the Acura Vigor in 1996, the Acura TL is a midsize entry-level luxury car. It is manufactured and sold under the Acura brand, which is under the automobile manufacturer, Honda. It has become quite popular in its own way and received a name for itself as the best selling luxury sedan, after selling more than 79,000 units in 2004.
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Automatic Transmission Fluid

November 5th, 2008 · No Comments

The next time you check the fluid level in an automatic, sniff the fluid on the end of the dip stick. If it smells like burned toast and/or has a discolored brown appearance, the fluid has cooked itself and is no longer capable of providing proper lubrication to the transmission. If you’re lucky, you may have caught the problem before serious damage has been done — but more often than not by the time the fried fluid is discovered, the transmission is also toast.
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Xenon Conversion Kit Installation Guide

October 30th, 2008 · No Comments

Congratulations on your new EXeS Digital HID Conversion Kit! Please abide by your local transportation laws as this kit is intended for off road or show use purposes only. Please take your time in reading this guide as it will assist you in the installation process. Please pay attention to the exclamation marks as they have been added to alert you in an important part of the installation process and it is necessary to pay close attention to the notes following an exclamation mark.
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