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comment Is any power from the alternator 'free'?
Not an answer, but a related question that doesn't show up as being related: mechanics.stackexchange.com/questions/1536/…
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comment Approximately how many hours of labour is involved in a clutch replacement
@BobCross thanks Bob. That checkbox wasn't available for me. Must be only for Moderators or possibly people with more than xxx reputation points.
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comment Approximately how many hours of labour is involved in a clutch replacement
@BobCross I hadn't considered it, but sure, if that's the done thing. Let me know if I should and I will.
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comment Approximately how many hours of labour is involved in a clutch replacement
Thanks Larry, that last part is exactly what I was asking for: an extreme example for each category and a sensible middle ground example as well. So we've made a good start, now we just need examples for the other 3 categories.
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comment Effect of loss of fuel tank vapours on mileage
@kahbou No worries. The StackExchange engine excels with these sorts of slightly generic questions when people are willing to put a bit of time into both the question and the answer. And you are 100% correct about the MAP sensor I should not have mentioned it. I also left out option 3 which is the forced induction option where air is leaking in the other direction confusing the ECU in a slightly different way but producing the same outcome.