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    TR3driver

    Re: Turn Signal Issue

    Could be a bad ground, especially if both sides are wired to the same ground point.

    But I'm thinking it might be something along the lines

    TR3driver Today, 03:27 AM Go to last post
    glemon

    Turn Signal Issue

    I tried to post this to a Ford Ranger forum, but I am not to impressed with the level of knowledge and activity I am getting there after more than a week,

    glemon Today, 02:11 AM Go to last post
    SaxMan

    Re: Peanut Butter?

    It stayed solid and I could scoop with a screwdriver. Condensation is likely as the car hasn't seen much action since before Christmas other than firing

    SaxMan Today, 12:54 AM Go to last post
    SaxMan

    Re: Application of Marvel Mystery Oil

    You can put it in the gas tank as well. That seems to have yielded a more noticeable result for me than adding it to the oil. Maybe because I'm dropping

    SaxMan Today, 12:49 AM Go to last post
    Frank Canale

    Re: 1960 TR3A starting chassis work

    The repair to the tower took longer than expected so this is all for today. Cleanup on isle 7. The fulcrum pin showes where the support bracket was cut

    Frank Canale Today, 12:45 AM Go to last post
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    Spit451

    Connections for a 'Service Warning Module' - 1976 MG-B

    I am rebuilding a 1976 MG-B that I purchased non-running. There are a few 'modifications' to the electrical system, particularly in the motor compartment.

    I found a module that is mounted on a...

    Spit451 02-04-2019 12:04 PM
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