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Aug
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answered Removing Scuff Mark from a Rear Tail Light
Aug
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comment Removing Scuff Mark from a Rear Tail Light
Mirror or light?
Dec
29
comment Help setting up Bi-Xenon lights with h4 wiring
Might be able to use a capacitor there to keep the circuit hot over a short switch over though I much like the prebuild solution.
Feb
28
comment Fuel efficiency and altitude
Do you know that your pedal application has been changed?
Feb
28
comment Fuel efficiency and altitude
Well lets assume the computer makes adjustments to keep a consistent fuel/air ratio...then what happens when you add more air? You have to add more fuel. Of course it's not all that simple but it's what my instincts point me to :P
Nov
30
comment 2006 Audi A4 2.0T, No passing power
Problems like this are either fuel or air. I'd check your fuel/air filters for a cheap starting point then work your way through to the exhaust. It is possible you have a clogged catalytic converter. Any check engine lights?
Nov
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Nov
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comment Are the brake/clutch levers on a (pre-2008) Ninja 250 supposed to be symmetric?
Yeah, definitely a sign its been tipped. Probably not at speed though because the lever would be rashed. Unless its a comfort issue for you leave it be. If you are a perfectionist they are cheap on ebay or at your local cyclegear.
Nov
25
comment 2000 Dodge Neon flooding problem
I really doubt anything from underneath is soaking your rear seats and/or floor in such a way that you would notice unless you are fording rivers in a neon. Prime suspects in this order. rear window seal, trunk seal, rear door seals.
Nov
18
comment What system should I inspect first for the following issues on a 2004 Chevy Aveo?
Yes they are definitely able to be caused by the same issue. Do you have the wiring schematic available? Will be critical to isolating the commonality here.
Oct
27
comment How do I loosen stuck lug nuts in order to change a tire?
Other things to try, definitely worth a shot to use some rust blaster. Also, sometimes it's enough to use some sort of driver and hit the nut with a hammer. The shocks of a hit can help loosen any gunk. Be mindful not to hit anything that would matter with threads or surfaces for your wrench.
Oct
27
comment Is there a trick for doing bleeding the lines by yourself?
I have tried these on motorcycles and have had pretty good success. Though, I could see the lines and know visually see the bleed lines.
Oct
21
comment Brightening dim headlights
Moving to HIDs on a car without reflectors to effectively use them is not ever a good option for yourself or the general public.
Oct
21
comment Options to cheaply connect MP3 device to car stereo
I know my 03 monte carlo had aux wires in the back of the head unit that I was able to splice into and add a jack. Perhaps research would show a similar option?
Oct
20
comment Fuel efficiency and Shifting/RPM
Might not hurt but I don't know that there is a specific answer to be had either.
Oct
20
comment Fuel efficiency and Shifting/RPM
While someone will probably provide a detailed answer, internal combustion engines have a certain range where they are most efficient. This is affected by many factors so it isn't a black and white answer. There is a specific rpm point where any given engine is most efficient. It isn't always at a lower or higher rpm point.
Oct
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answered How do I program a key for a 2005 Toyota Corolla?
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