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1955-56 Ford Installation Instructions

July 9th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Disconnect Battery. Do not skip this step. Also, do not try to “test” the LED array by connecting the leads directly to your battery. Permanent damage will occur to the LED array if you fail to heed these steps. Handle the LED array by the stainless steel bracket, not by the LEDs or the supporting circuitry.
2. Remove taillight lens and gasket.
3. Remove taillight bulb.
4. Remove the bulb connector from the back side of the taillight. Cut the two wires close to this connector.
5. Install the provided wire guide into the bulb hole.
6. Route the supplied electrical harness through wire guide to the area where connections will be made. Note that the ground connection (green wire) is made through the LED array’s stainless steel bracket.
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Hard To Start Suzuki Marauder 800

October 18th, 2008 · No Comments

This FAQ deals with the electrical problems that can be present in a hard-to-start Suzuki Marauder VZ800. This does not address all the problems that may be present with a non-starting Marauder. It requires a certain number of tools to troubleshoot a slow or non-starting bike. Among them are a multi-meter, jumper wires and a can of contact cleaner. Contact cleaners are generally flammable. Do not get the contact cleaner on your paint or on your skin. Clean connectors before putting them back together.
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Wiring Your New Radio Using A Snap On Wire Harness Adapter

August 31st, 2008 · No Comments

The Install Doctor STRONGLY recommends using a snap on wire harness adapter when replacing the auto makers factory installed radio with a new replacement radio. These snap on wire harness adapters are custom designed to plug into the auto makers indash radio wire harness that originally plugged into the rear of the auto makers factory radio. Because each snap on wire harness is custom designed to fit only a specific auto makers indash wire harness, these are not included with new replacement radios but can be purchased separately.
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Toyota Prius User-Guide

July 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

It’s too easy to get preoccupied with everything Prius automatically does for you, especially with the Multi-Display providing constant performance information. The hybrid system was designed so you could to drive it like a traditional car. That way, you can enjoy the remarkably smooth & quiet ride. Let the computer worry about how to save gas and reduce emissions.
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Toyota Prius Users Manual

April 18th, 2008 · No Comments

For safety, stepping on the brake before starting has always been highly recommended in all types of vehicles anyway. But in Prius, it is required. Because if you don’t, you’ll find that only the accessories will power-up. The hybrid system itself won’t start until you push the power button while also stepping on the brake at the same time. If you do make the mistake of not pressing the brake pedal far enough to the floor, a collection of warning the lights by the speedometer will come on. In that case, lift your foot off the brake. Wait a few seconds, and then press it again… only harder this time.
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Honda Emergency Response Guide Honda Gasoline-Electric Hybrid Vehicle pdf

March 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

Components IPU Compartment With High-Voltage Battery High Voltage Cables Electric Motor Fuel Tank Under-hood Fuse Box High Voltage Cables Gasoline Engine, Electric Motor, and Transmission Fuel Tank 12 V Battery Under-hood Fuse Box IPU Compartment With High-Voltage Battery Gasoline Engine Transmission 12 V Battery Fuel Lines Type, Size, Shape, and Materials The Civic Hybrid is a 5-passenger gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle powered by a gasoline engine and an electric motor. The Civic Hybrid resembles a Civic 4-door sedan, except that it has a roof antenna above the windshield.
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