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    [General] Thanks. I just checked...I can move either arm...

    Thanks.
    I just checked...I can move either arm and make the other one and the linkage move ~1/8" either way.

    I didn't consider thermal protection (built in to the motor assembly). I'm going to...
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    [General] I assuming it was blowing the fuse, not being...

    I assuming it was blowing the fuse, not being able to move when powered up??
    This one does not.
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    [General] I'm only 99% sure it's the motor. The washer...

    I'm only 99% sure it's the motor. The washer sprays, but the motor does not run in any mode. The Green wire feeds both the wipers and washer. It has power at the module. Looking at the schematic(s),...
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    [General] Thanks Rich! But the thing is, those directions...

    Thanks Rich! But the thing is, those directions start where half of the car has been removed...:)
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    [General] Wiper Motor Removal

    Anyone know what has to be removed to get to a bad wiper motor?
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    [Transmission Auto] FWIW- When fuse 13 blows, it always goes to 3rd,...

    FWIW- When fuse 13 blows, it always goes to 3rd, not 2nd.
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    [Transmission 5-Speed] Not that I know of. Sorry.

    Not that I know of. Sorry.
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    :) Good idea!

    :) Good idea!
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    Vacuum leak. Bad mode switch. Vacuum line or...

    Vacuum leak.
    Bad mode switch.
    Vacuum line or port for air tank blocked.
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    [Electrical] +1 ====== You should see more than 12.5V...

    +1

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    You should see more than 12.5V anytime it is it running. (?~14.2V, ideally?)

    The light comes on when the battery is supplying more power than the alternator is giving it -- The...
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    [Engine] Bad starter drives often slip more when they are...

    Bad starter drives often slip more when they are warm (roller clutch). Sometimes they will slip-grab over and over and sound like it is eating the flywheel...
  12. [Transmission 5-Speed] I believe you would have a hard time compressing...

    I believe you would have a hard time compressing two...probably burst sooner or later anyway. And, an oring mating to another oring doesn't sound promising to me.

    Most NAPA stores have an oring...
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    [Fuel] YES! -- I totally agree! But, FWIW: That...

    YES! -- I totally agree!

    But, FWIW: That should be noted in the preparation section at least, which it is not.
    And I personally don't like the thought of someone accidentally pressing down on...
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    [Fuel] +1 ...that is why I just turn the screw 1/2...

    +1

    ...that is why I just turn the screw 1/2 turn CCW to begin with.

    "Sensitive", yes! -- When setting the CO, sometimes it takes me several tries to get it right where I want it.
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    NP! ...I think the thread was a victim of some...

    NP!

    ...I think the thread was a victim of some kind of snowball effect... :deviltail:
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    [Fuel] :hysterical: Now what would make you think that?...

    :hysterical:
    Now what would make you think that? You do know how to prevent it?? :deviltail:

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    No (I PMed you before all that). I wouldn't do that anyway -- Rich would kick my ass.
    ...
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    [Fuel] YW! An aside- Speaking of phones, the...

    YW!

    An aside-
    Speaking of phones, the firefighter instructor in me was having nightmares over this, so I PMed you my phone#...But you didn't call?? Thenn, my password quit working on Today. Once...
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    [Fuel] Trying not to step on any toes here... The OP...

    Trying not to step on any toes here...

    The OP wants to work on a non runner that has a lot of work to it. It is more possible that the adjusting screw has been previously turned way too far rich...
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    [Electrical] Put one of the other ones back on....

    Put one of the other ones back on....
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    This thread was originally started in the correct...

    This thread was originally started in the correct place. Buuut, apparently due to someone's inability/unwillingness to let things work as intended (for the 13th time this year, Michael -- WTH!), our...
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    [General] I would keep it original unless I planned to keep...

    I would keep it original unless I planned to keep it long term.
    Otherwise, being in your (excellent) position, I'd pick anyone of those with a "R" in it...:biggrin:
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    [Fuel] Now I'm confused- Where is the pressure filling...

    Now I'm confused-
    Where is the pressure filling the port coming from during this procedure??

    I only mentioned the rest pressure because we've seen how much that will leak when a banjo breaks,...
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    [Fuel] :thumbup: THIS! This doesn't seem right...

    :thumbup: THIS!




    This doesn't seem right to me??

    Removing an injector line at the FD can spew quite a bit of fluid from just rest pressure.
    With the key on or the RPM Relay jumped,...
  24. [General] The spec calls for SAE 80W for above -4F....

    The spec calls for SAE 80W for above -4F. Besides rarely getting that cold in ATL, when the engine gets warm, the multiblends listed would be 90W. A bit Too heavy...

    I haven't used it personally...
  25. [General] I wouldn't go heaver than ##W80, whatever you use.

    I wouldn't go heaver than ##W80, whatever you use.
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