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Why Mercedes have a power loss after running out of diesel?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

I ran out of diesel. When I filled the tank, I primed the pump with the manual primer but the car has about 1/2 power and crawls up hills. The mechanic says its the injection pump.
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2000 Cadillac sts which sits in the garage

December 30th, 2010 · No Comments

I only drive the Cadillac about once a month, less in the winter and more in the summer as I live in Chicago and dont like salt on the paint. 3 weeks ago was the last time I drove it. I went to start it up this morning and the interior lights wouldent go on because of dead battery. I purchased a new battery last year. Is the security system draining the battery? Is this common? Am I letting the car sit too long, I hear it’s bad for the seals. How often should I drive the car? I dont drive it very much out of fear of paying $3500 for headgasket.
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Kawasaki Teryx 750 Clutch Kit Instructions

December 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

Installation of performance parts requires good mechanical ability and a complete understanding of the entire machine. The instructions we provide are guidelines only and will not thoroughly explain how to set up a racing vehicle. Claims of performance gains, durability, etc. are based on the experience of TEAM Industries and others and do not constitute a guarantee of similar performance in every application. We believe that the contents and specifications within this set of instructions are correct. We assume no liability for any errors in model applications. We reserve the right to change specifications, product descriptions, product quality and application at any time without notice.
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Honda 750 Shadow Aero Models Hypercharger Kit Installation

October 29th, 2009 · No Comments

A factory service manual is necessary to perform this installation. Do not attempt to perform this installation if you are not confident in your ability to perform all steps in the procedure, including precise drilling and tapping; consult a trained technician.
Procedure remove the stock aIr cleaner and carburetor
steP 1 Remove the seat, dash panel, and fuel tank; consult your factory service manual for specific instructions on performing this procedure.
steP 2 Remove the air cleaner assembly. Save the clamp securing the rubber manifold to the carburetor, it will be reused later. See PIC.1.
steP 3 Remove the carburetor for re-jetting; consult your factory service manual for specific instructions on removing the carburetor. Prepare the carburetor for re-jetting by removing the top cover, see PIC.2.
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Titan Fuel Tanks Installation Instructions

August 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Step Description
1. Place the vehicle on a hoist that leaves the entire underside of the frame.
2. Drain all the fuel from the original equipment tank using a pump or siphon. In some cases Dodge tanks have a screen at the tank inlet which won’t allow a siphon hose to enter. In this case, it may be necessary to drive the vehicle until fuel is as low as possible in the tank.
3. Disconnect 1 ½” fuel tank full hose and ¾” vent line hose from fill spout, leaving them attached to the tank.
4. Disconnect electrical connection, feed line and return line from the sending unit. Press in the tabs on the connection fittings to release fuel lines.
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2005-2009 Ford F-250 Super Duty 4WD w/Camper Package ReadyLiftо Installation

August 13th, 2009 · No Comments

Pre-Installation Notes
1. Special literature required: OE Service Manual for model/year of vehicle. Refer to manual for proper disassembly/reassembly procedures of OE and related components.
2. Adhere to recommendations when replacement fasteners, retainers and keepers are called out in the OE manual.
3. Larger rim and tire combinations may increase leverage on suspension, steering, and related components. When selecting combinations larger than OE, consider the additional stress you could be inducing on the OE and related components.
4. Post suspension system vehicles may experience drive line vibrations. Angles may require tuning, slider on shaft may require replacement, shafts may need to be lengthened or trued, and U-joints may need to be replaced.
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1999+newer Ford F-53 chassis Rear Install Instructions

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

1. Place the coach on a level concrete surface. Jack the coach up so that the rear tires are just off the ground. Make sure to put jack stands on each side of the frame for safety.
2. Remove the rear shackle hanger bolt that fastens the leaf spring hanger to the shackle. Keep this bolt and nut as it will be reused. If the coach has storage compartments that are close to shackle assembly, it may be required to use a hole saw and cut a hole in the compartment to get the bolt out. If this is required, just cut a piece of tin and pop rivets to cover the hole. Use some silicone to seal the hole to prevent leaks.
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DYNA III Electronic Ignition Installation Instructions

February 14th, 2009 · No Comments

The Dyna III Electronic Ignition System has been designed for easy installation and does not require the use of special tools. The compact electronic module operates efficiently and was designed to clamp to a frame tube. It can be located anywhere that there is sufficient space, and does not require special considerations as it is completely vibration and water proof. The recommended location is on the left frame tube under the fuel tank. The DYNA III System was designed for use with stock coils. however. it may be used with other coils that have at least THREE OHMS primary resistance.
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2003-2005 Power Commander Ducati M800 S2R Installation Instructions

February 7th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Remove the seat
2. Lift the front of the fuel tank up.
3. Remove the left hand side cover (Fig. A). The PCIII will be mounted behind this cover later on.
4. Route the ground wire from the PCIII behind the frame rail (Fig. B).
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Ducati Electronic Jet Kit Instructions

January 27th, 2009 · No Comments

Thank you for choosing the Techlusion Electronic Jet Kit, the TFI. The TFI is usable for fuel injected Ducati’s ** . This product is a perfect fit for stock bikes with exhaust and intake mods. It is also capable of handling the fuel needs of cubic inch kits, light cams, and a variety of head porting. This is an Electronic Jet Kit. Like jet kits in the past, the more you modify, the more responsibility you take in getting your fuel curve right. Going to www.dobeckperformance.com will help you obtain better high horsepower tuning.
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