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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just install the timing
Yes, you can start it, but I think I would put the radiator back in first, there really was no need to take it out actually, just the shroud and cooling fans should give you enough room to get the timing exposed.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
Ever since I had mine, and when the previous owner did, had the same problem, except that this one hangs up. Sometimes it works, sometimes not. I thought it was a faulty mechanism as we fiddled with it and then it worked until the next time. Same thing. . It also could be a faulty electrical system. I needed a new alternator, since that resupplies the energy and if it's low then some things might not work so well. During rainy season I don't use it. I'm always afraid it will get stuck open and I end up with an unwanted shower.
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
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These will tend to be general, the reason is they are prescription devices, and misuse can kill you. Your doctor or chiropracter should show you the specific manner in how to set it up for your condition. If you set the pads in the wrong locatation, you can also suffer severe debilitating cramps in the muscle groups between the pads for several days after use too.
Posted on Feb 04, 2012
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