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I have a 1997 Nissan Pathfinder and the right intake manifold is cracked?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

I do not know how big the crack is. If the crack is small, is it ok not to fix it? Will there be any problem to the car? If the crack is big and I do not fix it, any problem arise? I have a 1997 Pathfinder but it has only 64,000 miles. It is an old car but with low mileage, that’s why I am debating whether to fix it and keep the car or trade in. I am afraid of more problems arise since this is an old car.

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HA-MC01 V2 Installation Manual

November 4th, 2009 · No Comments

We think youʼve made an excellent choice in allowing HAWK® to protect your bike. Now the question is: “How in the world am I going to install this – there are so many wires.” What seems like a hard task is actually not too bad; however, you need to have a least some mechanical ability. Installation is all about planning, gathering information, and careful execution. Yes, you will need to do a little research to make your installation easier. The more information and reference diagrams, the better. You will need to learn how to test the polarity of a wire using a digital multi-meter; see separate section how to use digital multi-meter. Lastly, you will need your basic tools to remove some vehicle panels to access the vehicle wiring.

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Chevrolet/GMC Silverado/Sierra Extended Cab Husky Gear Box Installation Instructions

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments

The Gear Box is designed to fit under the rear seat of your truck or SUV. The Gear Box gives you a place to store loose items and clutter and ultimately help keep your vehicle organized. It’s designed to fit your vehicle with or without your Husky Liners in place and only takes a few minutes to install.

1) Open and remove the Gear Box from the shipping box and protective plastic bag.
2) Lift the rear seats into their upright position.

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Air Helper Springs Installation Instructions

October 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Your new Air Helper Springs are quality products capable of improving the handling and comfort of your vehicle. As with all products, proper installation is the key to obtaining all of the benefits your kit is capable of delivering. Please take a few minutes to read through the instructions to identify the components and learn where and how they are used. It is a good idea to start by comparing the parts in your kit with the parts list below.

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LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System Owners Manual

November 4th, 2008 · No Comments

The LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System uses a small transmitter that’s hidden in your vehicle. After police enter a stolen vehicle report in the Statewide Law Enforcement computer system, LoJack is activated and begins to send a signal that police can track using LoJack Police Tracking Computers to recover your stolen vehicle.
1. After you report your stolen vehicle to police, a signal from a radio tower activates the LoJack in your vehicle.
2. The LoJack unit emits a uniquely coded signal.
3. The Police Tracking Computer receives the coded signal coming from your vehicle. That signal quickly pinpoints the vehicle’s location and leads police to a rapid recovery – many times within a few hours.

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