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Will a non operable heater core damage the engine?

December 29th, 2010 · No Comments

I’m needing to replace the heater core on my Cadillac and since the car is driven only on the weekends I probably won’t get around to it anytime soon. If I drive with the heater off will any engine damage occur? How about a temporary fix with a sealant?
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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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Multi-Vehicle Databus Doorlock & Window Roll Up Module

March 8th, 2010 · No Comments

Selecting The Vehicle Type
Switches 1,2, and 3 are used to select vehicle type. Use the chart on the back of these instructions to determine which of the above switch settings you will need.
Window Roll Up Function
Turn Switch 4 on (up position) to enable the window roll up function or off (down position) to disable window roll up. Window roll up is not available for all vehicle types. Use the chart on the back of these instructions to determine which vehicles are compatible.
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97-Up Honda 250 Recon XTH250 Installation Instructions

October 29th, 2009 · No Comments

A thorough inspection of the suspension should be made prior to performing the installation. Any worn, bent or broken parts should be replaced. After installation another inspection should be made, checking for loose components or missing hardware. Inspect, again after eight hours of operation.

Components:
The kit consists of two bags containing Hardware and Brackets.
Bag #1 for the Front plus bracket # 2055-01
Bag #2 for the Rear plus bracket and links
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1935 to 1940 Ford Crossmember Kjt Installation Instructions

March 19th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Start by supporting the car on 4 jack stands. The car should be sitting on approximately the same angle as it does on the ground, or slightly lower in front.
2. Remove all the old front suspension components. Note that on the underside of the frame are the two rubber axle snubbers (or the holes for them, if they are missing) directly above the axle. Mark them for later reference.
3. We would recommend that at this point, you tack weld or clamp a temporary brace across the frame rails in front of the old crossmember as shown in Figure 1. This helps to maintain the rail dimension after the old crossmember is removed.
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1994 Cadillac Owners Manual

October 30th, 2008 · No Comments

This booklet contains important information about the warranty coverage of the General Motors warranties covering your new Cadillac. Keep it with your vehicle and make it available to a Cadillac dealership if warranty work is needed. The booklet should remain with your vehicle when you sell it so future owners will have the information.
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Suzuki Marine Oil Care and Maintenance

October 19th, 2008 · No Comments

Marine 2 Cycle Engine Oil
Clean burning, high performance oil developed exclusively for Suzuki Oil-Injected and Non-Injected Outboard Motors . Consult Owner’s Manual for mixing instructions . N .M .M .A . TC-W3 certified .

Marine 4 Cycle Engine Oil
Premium grade 4-cycle engine oil is formulated to provide superior lubrication and protection for your four-stroke outboard engine. It also protects internal engine parts from rust and corrosion in harsh marine environments. See chart for recommended oil filter and capacities
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