I don't know if it would cause leaks or not. I can't look up the part # now because I don't have my desktop computer, it in the shop getting fixed. I'm on my vista laptop, and you know nothing works with vista. I should get it back tomorrow so I'll check then.
Just got a vista laptop for my wife. She calls me on the way back to her cause she was sick that her computer went dead would not boot screen was shot and to pick her up a new one. Got her a nice one at best buys for $450 really surprise what $450 will buy these days, Dual core CPU 150 Gig HD DVD read write bright view screen Vista bundle. BTW I unpluged removed battery and rebooted the old XP laptop and it booted up just find. So in a way I got me a laptop now (the old HP running XP)
Try spraying with starting-aerosol, ether-spray or whatever you call it, its a spray that helps cold starting engines, petrol and diesel.
Spray around the inntake parts while your engine is at idle..
If you spray on a vakuum leak the engine speed will go up.
The air cleaner assembly makes this alittle complicated, its in the way of where you want to spray.
This is what the Beemer guys use on their over complicated engines..
Today I started reassembling the 5-speed transmission. I am also busy reworking my rear shelf, hoping to be done in time for the weekend.
I'm thinking about leaving the body repairs for winter, when it is dry in my neck of the woods. (Also, she doesn't look too bad, and I really miss driving my...
Would it be at all wise or prudent to use a propylene glycol-based antifreeze in my 1981 240D? Since she doesn't have a reservoir, there is the occasional drip, and I like the idea of using a less toxic coolant, provided it does her no harm.
I just bought the car of my dreams, an '81 280CE with blue leather interior, the car is in excellent condition. I live in Texas where it's hot as balls, so tint is a necessity and I want the pristine interior to stay that way. Also, it wouldn't have even occurred to me except my husband was...
Hi, I finally w123 300D started working on my interior wooden pieces because glassy clear coat finish is all cracked up. Right now I have a wooden A/C piece submerged in acetone for the past 24 hours. While I can feel that glassy finish got somewhat slightly softer, still it is hard enough and...
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