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Are there any good window places? How about Midas?

Hello Curt,
It's been awhile. Did you get my last confusing question?
Let me know you get this, ans I'll write a synopsis.
Talk to you later.
P.S. I have some real bad news. For the whole world as far as I'm concerned.
About my 12 yr. old Black German Shepard (I'm so sad)
Take care, Kirsten

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Kirsten!!! I've sent several e-mails, but I must be doing something wrong. So, let me try this, for info on your cavaliere

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Now that you have my sound description, I have another.

This is getting a bit confusing! If it is the water pump making the noise, use the 'stick listening' method described in my last post, as the H20 pump is one of the 5 (?) pulley components I want u to check, if safely possible. U shouldn't see a wobble in new pump. They could be telling u it's the compressor because they really think it is. Did u check BBB to see if they have any history of complaints? Curt

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It's on it's way to Midas. Oh yeah and.....................

Well, the student is becoming the teacher! Nice diagram! OK, where did you find it? Looks like a good source! Curt

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This was my reply to your inquiry about my progress.

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