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Thread: P.J. Grady Emergency Troubleshooting Guide

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    P.J. Grady Emergency Troubleshooting Guide

    This had been posted by cybercusp on another thread as .pdf files. I cropped, rotated, and converted them to .jpg. I hope they are useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleZeroFilms View Post
    Thanks so much!

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    PJ Grady (Rob)... have you seen this thread? You joined about the time it was made. Was wondering if you had a revised copy of this troubleshooting guide you might consider posting? A PDF file of it perhaps?
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    No I hadn't seen it but the title certainly caught my attention! I still have copies of this and occasionally give them to someone in a bind. Bobzilla and I put this together in the years before the internet and the info is still relevant but could use an update. The problem is finding the time to do that. Eventually I'll get to it. BTW you may be missing some pages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    PJ Grady (Rob)... have you seen this thread? You joined about the time it was made. Was wondering if you had a revised copy of this troubleshooting guide you might consider posting? A PDF file of it perhaps?

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    A new version on PDF will be nice

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    These are very cool! I will print these out. Good diagrams and ideas on troubleshooting.
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    Excellent PDF file copy of Glovebox Service Manual!

    Hi guys,

    Good news. I am sharing here an excellent PDF copy of the Glovebox Service Manual originally created by Rob Grady and Bob(zilla). This is the V3.0 edition that was revised for formatting in or around 2001.

    After getting confirmation from Bob, Rob (and Bob) have graciously agreed to share this file with the online community. In appreciation of their hardwork in originally creating this document, there are two requests for its use. Well, one is a voluntary but very worthwhile suggestion and the other is more of a requirement.

    Rob would feel better about the document continuing to be used in its entirety and to do so would be to keep it printed as one document and/or folded together into the "glovebox" version (how to do that is shown on the last page of the file). This would help in maintaining the integrity and origins of the information and potentially revising it in the future if needed.

    The other suggestion would be to make a monetary donation, at your discretion, to the Michael J Fox Foundation. The original suggested donation amount from Rob and Bob was $25, however, we will let you be the decision maker on what amount best suits you. Donation link here.

    Thank you,

    Rob and Bobzilla (and Jonathan)
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    Excellent indeed! This new version is definitely going in my glove box.

    Thanks Rob, Bob, and Jonathan!
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