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reviewed No Action Needed Will not run after dieing while driving
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reviewed Reviewed Remove car door lock lever arm
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reviewed Reviewed 01 gti not going into reverse 1st 3rd or 5th after I changed the clutch
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reviewed No Action Needed How Do You Keep Mold From Growing In a Non-Running Car That Has Leaky Windows?
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Feb
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comment How to Inspect a Fuel Filter to See if it Needs Replacing?
@DucatiKiller I have wish I could up vote that story multiple times. That's such a gem of Dad wisdom that sounds stupid and then you go, "oh, I see what you're saying." I'll have to use it on my boys when the time comes. ;-)
Feb
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comment Ford Focus 2004 1.6l Rear Noise
Driving on a flat = repetitive slapping sound? The volume of the sound peaks at 20 mph? Is there any change in pitch? Or is it just an intermittent transient noise? Does it get faster with speed or stay constant?
Feb
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comment How to Inspect a Fuel Filter to See if it Needs Replacing?
Incorrect again. That's not how the math works. Every time cells are exposed to a risk factor, they're at risk. Don't put fuel in your mouth.
Feb
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comment What could cause Oil Pressure light flickering
Nice before and after. I'll bet this question gets a lot of traffic this winter!
Feb
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comment How to Inspect a Fuel Filter to See if it Needs Replacing?
Incorrect. Gasoline is a cancer risk. The NIH has plenty of studies but this one is the most relevant to putting fuel in your mouth. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1128333
Feb
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comment How to Inspect a Fuel Filter to See if it Needs Replacing?
Don't ever put your lips anywhere near fuel. Cancer is bad.
Feb
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answered How to Inspect a Fuel Filter to See if it Needs Replacing?
Feb
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comment Ventilation of batteries
My inclination would be to separate the two functions: put a stout metal (grounded, if possible!) mesh over the batteries for security and something like a flip down shelf some distance above that to catch dirt. That way, you can have ventilation, security and dirt prevention all at once! Obviously, it's your stable so you have to make the call.
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answered Ventilation of batteries
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comment Reasonable price for getting doors repainted?
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