I'm want to buy my friends house. we have fixer up houses together, but this is just his own house I want to buy. he is moving to california. he paid 173,300 3 year ago for the house. it would sell it to me for 162,000, what he owes. the house is assessed for 185,000. I want to take a loan on the house for 179,000 and then he would pay me the 17,000 difference. Will banks loan that? Do I have to tell them what I'm planning on doing?
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You will get through home advisement or consult with the broker which can give you a better solution about homes for sale, there is one the home for sale website SamWinter, here you will get proper information.
I think you should be able to get the loan. I had similar numbers when I bought my home last fall. It was helpful to get a real estate agents advice. Are you working with one now? http://aimtechcorp.com/
I think the bank will loan it for you but don't tell them what are you planning to do and try to ask cheat the bank and tell them your friend sell his his house in total of 180,000..the house is assessed for 185,000 right??gud luck..........
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Check the heater hose sizes. Buy a connector to put the hoses together and hose clamps. Cut the hoses, insert the connector, and tighten the clamps.
If you just want to stop the coolant flow, go to any parts house and buy either a heater hose shut off valve (cut the hose, insert the valve, and install hose clamps) or buy an external hose shutoff that clamps the hose shut stopping flow.
I had to do this, too... Mine cost me $70 at the local dealer (they even got it in the same stock paint color). Tip: buy a few of the inexpensive replacement plastic pins for your inner panel when you buy the handle housing, as they tend to break easily. You can pop the old pins by sticking a narrow straight screwdriver or a butterknife under the panel near them and twisting... once it's off, the screws for the old handle housing are fairly easy to spot (just remember where the housing bolts on from the exterior are located). Now that those are off, realize that the thing is probably hanging from your trunk by the wires connecting the license plate lights and the handle, itself They can be removed from the old, broken housing with a phillips #2 (normal size) screwdriver, and then the wires have a quick-disconnect so that you can pop the lights and the handle off w/o cutting the wires. Pop them off, slide the wires through your new handle housing, and screw them back on. then slide the handle housing into position (lining up the screws that are molded into the housing with the adjacent holes). You'll have to kind of hold it in place as you raise the trunk hatch to full open position, but once it's up, gravity is your friend. Use the screws that were holding the parts from the broken housing to re-affix the new one, and you're done.
Hello, Dan. First, disconnect the negative (-)/ground on the battery Dan are you
mechanically inclined. If not then don't attempted this job.
need to remove all the plastic covers on the steering column. Remove the horn
ring.--two screws under the steering wheel. Remove the horn ring and disconnect
the horn plug. Remove the steering wheel nut. Use a steering wheel puller to
remove the steering wheel.
Remove the turn signal switch that fit around
the upper part of the steering column. Then remove the some of the parts that
are associated with the steering wheel and/or column.
Now, look at the
ignition switch flange, it a big chunk of aluminum. Now look for a large
aluminum dowel pin 5/8" in diameter that is driven into the chuck of aluminum
but it is parallel to the steering column.
This aluminum dowel pin will
have to be drill out before you can get ignition housing off, If there is
adjustable steering column lever, remove this also.
Now, once the dowel
pin has been removed, looking for a **** in the ignition housing. Take chisel
and insert into this ****, drive the chisel into the **** until the ignition
housing is loose to be remove by sliding it up over the steering
If you buy a new ignition switch, on purchase the switch with
keys. Don't buy the hole new ignition housing.. If you do it will get
In the ignition (old) housing drive out the ignition switch
pins that keeps the ignition switch in the housing. Install the new ignition
switch re-insert the ignition switch hold pins.
I am fairly sure that
Carquest/ NAPA some other larger auto parts will have ignition housing bolt. If
they try to sell you a replacement aluminum dowel pin don't buy it. It is almost
impossible to install the aluminum dowel pin without the proper tools, so use a
bolt to squeeze ignition housing together.
Before putting everything
back together. Now, check the new ignition switch to make sure it works. I wish
you lot of luck. GB...stewbison
Hi, your axles on the metro are actually called half shafts, any larger name parts house can order them for you. Call them with the Make, Year, and Model and they will take care of you. you will need to tell them,drivers side or passengers side. Hope this helps!