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ya -- its funny that the probe will work covered in slime but not when its clean
You can keep a spare clean (dry is important) sensor on your truck and rotate it to save time-- works well.
01-29-2008, 10:49 PM
couple of good ones
I had one called "smurfing" someone -- only works in high temps with no a/c -- pour a line of blue snapline chalk under the door and blast it into the bathroom with compressed...
Nope Momma has a 73 Dodge Challenger to run into stuff with -- Vette mostly collects spiderwebs with the amount of time I'm in the service truck. Think she plans on framing her garden with the bricks...
yup -- Keep trying to throw them away but it doesn't seem to work. ;)
Don't look at me -- had the vette long before HVAC and bought it cheap with a blowed up motor. As far as the busa, I owe a ton on it and you don't even wanna know what it costs to insure it. Just one...
No harley -- wouldn't mind having one one day either. Sweet lookin bikes. I am a horsepower junkie tho -- Heres my ride(s)...
05-30-2005, 09:38 PM
Don't know if it will help in your situation, but craftsman has some nice work gloves with led lights on the index fingers. Great for working on circuit board swaps in dark areas.
A while back I had a york furnace with a burned out hsi. It was one of those coiled type around a ceramic insulator (like you see in clothes dryers). The parts place informed me that that ignitor was...
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