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What can go wrong, Your battery will go dead, then you will need a new one, full discharge of the battery for any length of time ruins a lead acid battery. Possible vandalism or theft of the vehicle (yes cars get stolen off of dealership lots all the time) Severe weather damage, tornado, hail, flood, etc. No good reason to store it at the dealership for ...


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Yeah. Gotta be way careful with Air Conditioning (A/C) system as well. If the car is facing a particular direction when parked, the sunlight can heat up the Air Conditioning condenser in front of the radiator. Hot in the day, cool at night. With this hot / cold cycle the refrigerant slowly migrates around the system. Unfortunately, your automotive air ...


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As long as the marks on the camshafts and crank line up it's fine. Make sure you have enough slack on the tension side of the belt to prevent spinning. It also helps to install the tensioner after you have the belt in place. Also make sure to spin the crankshaft two revolutions by hand and recheck your marks.


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You should be getting +12V on each line when activated. I think you need to trace back wherever this was installed and I'm guessing its not OEM. I'd put money on the fact that its wired underneath the drivers side panel. Possibly also clean the connector and check that bending the cord while measuring doesn't give you a higher or lower reading showing a ...


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1.Is there any danger from driving with this rock in there, or is just noise? I assume like a rock in your hubcap or tire tread, annoying but not life threatening. The noise level would probably stop you leaving it there for long enough to do much damage. Most rocks are softer than steel. Actually rocks in tire treads can be life threatening, if they ...


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