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Any & all information on the duties, considerations and understudy of the federal communications commission of the united states of America.

I, social security number, 359-62-8835, request any and all information on the necessary rights, duties and responsibilities on the united states federal governments federal communications commission.

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SOURCE: Can I audio record my meeting with social security in their building in the state of Idaho?

More detail of the state's statutes can be found under this website;
http://www.rcfp.org/reporters-recording-guide/state-state-guide/idaho;
An individual may record or disclose the contents of a wire, oral or electronic communication if he or she is a party to the communication, or has received prior consent from one of the parties. The state provides both civil and criminal penalties for violators. Hope this helps!

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I need parts list for Kubota excavator rx501


As you may well be aware, Kubota USA does not offer any support for your tractor. This is because that model is a "gray market" item (that has been banned for importation in 1997). Kubota initiated this legal action because the unauthorized importation, distribution and sale of Kubota "gray market" tractors by individuals or companies independent of Kubota adversely affected Kubota's reputation in the United States and with the United States consumer. Following an extensive evidentiary hearing in the Fall of 1996, the United States International Trade Commission affirmed a finding by the Administrative Law Judge that the importation, distribution and sale of these "gray market" tractors infringed upon Kubota's registered trademark, issued a General Exclusion Order prohibiting further importation, and issued various Cease and Desist Orders against the respondents. The Court of Appeals affirmed the Commission decision. Such "gray market" items typically are of inferior quality and/or workmanship.
However, you ca find what you need at 3rd party suppliers. Try this one: http://www.kenkidepotneo.com/cgi-bin/heavy_equipment_parts.cgi?category_type=&category=FILTERS&equipment_type=&equipment=&maker=KUBOTA&model=RX501&part_no=&page=

Apr 05, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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WHATS THE FCCID


Contact a Nissan dealership near you, provide proof of ownership and your VIN # and they should be able to give you the Federal Communications Commission I.D. number for your electronic key device. Best Wishes

Sep 02, 2014 | 2009 Nissan Maxima

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I have a a 2005 power stroke f-250 super duty


You will fail Emissions & against Federal Laws to
by pass ANY Emissions related items,if it is running
properly, there is no reason to modify anything

You are on your own,do as you please

Aug 08, 2014 | 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty

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I need instructions for replacing the seat belts in my Honda Element Ex 2008 both front and back ones They've all been chewed by a lunatic dog that I own!


There is a replacement guarantee in place wherein Honda states that they will repair or replace your stock Honda seat belts for the "usable life" of the vehicle.

The "usable life" portion of the agreement establishes some requirements that have to be met and are listed here:

1. Vehicle has a current registration & insurance (Under Federal,
State, Local Laws)
2. Legally titled within the USA or Canada (Honda North America)
3. Never been totaled by insurance or Federal/State/Local standards
4. Never had an airbag deployment / isn't throwing a code for the
SRS system

This warranty is separate from all other factory warranties for the car. So, you car does not have to be under it's 3/36,000 or other factory equivalent. It is warrantied directly through Honda and not a third party company. Any Honda dealership within North America is required to replace or repair the belts free of charge. There should be no charge to you for inspection or replacement costs.

I have read reports about some dealerships attempting to charge a fee for the "diagnostic" process to determine if the seat belt is indeed malfunctioning. However under this warranty Honda does not allow the dealership to do this. So, you just have to stick to your guns and the dealership will not end up charging you anything.

They don't cover seat belts which have been:
1. Cut, Shredded, Frayed by long term physical contact with sharp objects such as knives or belt buckles
2. Altered beyond factory specification
3. Altered from factory locations
4. Frayed by rubbing against interior trim pieces
5. Damaged by altered interior panels
6. Impeded upon by non-factory interior installations

They will cover the seat belt replacement even if you have taken your inside trim apart so long as you haven't modified the seat belt or the trim surrounding the seat belt.

There is no reason that this request for repair cannot be 100% successful. The warranty is very simple and clearly stated. The key...meet the requirements.

Apr 08, 2013 | 2008 Honda Element EX

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Honda Element Ex 2008 needs seat belt replacement instructions


There a is replacement guarantee in place wherein Honda states that they will repair or replace your stock Honda seat belts for the "usable life" of the vehicle.

The "usable life" portion of the agreement establishes some requirements that have to be met and are listed here:

1. Vehicle has a current registration & insurance (Under Federal,
State, Local Laws).
2. Legally titled within the USA or Canada (Honda North America)
3. Never been totaled by insurance or Federal/State/Local standards
4. Never had an airbag deployment / isn't throwing a code for the
SRS system

This warranty is separate from all other factory warranties for the car. So, you car does not have to be under it's 3/36,000 or other factory equivalent. It is warrantied directly through Honda and not a third party company. Any Honda dealership within North America is required to replace or repair the belts free of charge. There should be no charge to you for inspection or replacement costs.

There have been reports about some dealerships attempting to charge a fee for the "diagnostic" process to determine if the seat belt is indeed malfunctioning. However under this warranty Honda does not allow the dealership to do this. So, you just have to stick to your guns and the dealership will not end up charging you anything.

They don't cover seat belts which have been:
1. Cut, Shredded, Frayed by long term physical contact with sharp
objects such as knives or belt buckles
2. Altered beyond factory specification
3. Altered from factory locations
4. Frayed by rubbing against interior trim pieces
5. Damaged by altered interior panels
6. Impeded upon by non-factory interior installations

They will cover the seat belt replacement even if you have taken your inside trim apart so long as you haven't modified the seat belt or the trim surrounding the seat belt.

There is no reason that this request for repair cannot be 100% successful. The warranty is very simple and clearly stated. The key...meet the requirements.

Apr 08, 2013 | 2008 Honda Element

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Vacuum routing diagram for a 1998 buick


I suggest check the follow links for Lesabre 3.8L
- Fig. 46: 1998-99 3.8L (VIN 1) engine - Federal and California
- Fig. 47: 1998-99 3.8L (VIN 1) engine - Federal and California
- Fig. 48: 1998-99 3.8L (VIN K) engine - Federal and California


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Dec 22, 2011 | 1998 Buick LeSabre

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Diagram of connection of a G30 1986 van carburetor need vacumn hose connection diagram to reconnect carburetor with a 350 engine and quatro jet carburetor


I find this vacuum diagrams for 1986 Chevrolet Truck G30 1 ton Van 5.7L 4BL 8cyl (click over pic for zoom)...

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Fig. 136: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with automatic transmission (G10, 20 and 30 models)

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Fig. 137: 1986 5.0L and 5.7L engines-California with automatic transmission (G10, 20 and 30 models)

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Fig. 138: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with manual transmission (G30 heavy duty models)

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Fig. 139: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with automatic transmission (G30 heavy duty models)

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Fig. 140: 1986 5.7L engine-California with manual transmission (G30 heavy duty models)

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Fig. 141: 1986 5.7L engine-California with automatic transmission G30 (heavy duty models)


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Engine shut down on highway;message FTC safe


Federal Trade Commission Protecting America's Consumers

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I have 2002 pontiac grand am 2.2 liter. Car shut off while driving. It cranks over fine. Won't start due to no spark. Changed ignition control module crankshaft sensor and Coil packs still no cigar? No...


wow, you changed the ignition control module, crank sensor, and coil packs and no spark?

Take to an auto electric shop where they can test the wiring to see if there are any breaks between the sensors or parts you already invested in.

Can your scanner communicate with the PCM?
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Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Operation The OBD 2 Engine Management System (EMS) computer can be a single computer comprised of several solid-state components or a multi-microcomputer device. This computer controls the functions of the EMS and performs OBD 2 diagnostic routines. These two distinct portions of the OBD 2 EMS computer function, in conjunction, with each other. The computer architecture and software design allows the OBD 2 EMS computer to adapt its operating strategies to a variety of conditions to optimize the EMS. Federal guidelines require the EMS OBD 2 computer to continuously monitor the operating conditions of the EMS. It must also record and report any system or component failure that may cause tailpipe emissions to exceed typically 1-½ times the federal test procedure.
The OBD 2 EMS computer is specifically designed to perform powertrain system management and monitoring. Regardless of the manufacturers design and implementation of operating strategies, all computers are designed and built following the same basic considerations.
All computers contain one or more microprocessor. Microprocessors are constructed of a complex arrangement of digital circuits. One microprocessor may contain upwards of 250,000 logic circuits. These are housed in a silicon-based integrated circuit (IC) no bigger than an area of approximately ¼ inch square. The microprocessor cannot perform calculations and decisions without instructions that are programmed into the computer’s memories.
IC Micro Processor One single microprocessor, called the Central Processing Unit (CPU), is dedicated to maintaining control over the entire computer. The CPU performs all of the calculations and logical decisions. Operating instructions for the CPU are preprogrammed into other memory locations and are ‘read-only’ programs. These programs are permanent and generally cannot be altered by service personnel in the field.
A program, in general, is a set of instructions arranged in a specific order to accomplish a specific task. Each instruction in the program is assigned to a specific location, or address within the computer’s memory. Only the address of where the instruction is stored is retained in the CPU. When the CPU requires information to perform a calculation, it looks for the address of the required data and then copies the data from the memory location. This copy is retrieved and temporarily retained by the CPU for processing. Retrieving programs in this manner ensures that the information programmed in memory is retained and does not change.
The following symptoms can be caused by an open, short to ground, short to power or excessive resistance in the power and ground circuits, data line communication malfunctions and /or component failure.
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  • No Start condition
  • No communication with scan tools
  • No communications with other modules
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  • Drivability concerns (stalling, bucking, stumble etc.)
  • Charging system malfunctions

Jun 26, 2010 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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GAS PUMP KEEPS SHUTTING OFF ON 2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA.CAN ONLY FILL TANK SLOWLEY


There is an emissions unit underneath the car by where your gas cap is. It's job is too collect the fumes when you fill up the tank and once the car is started and certain parameters have been satisfied it sends the fumes up to the engine to be recycled. If it is worn or plugged up or the hoses are kinked the fumes cannot escape the filler neck and will cause the fuel not to flow into the tank properly. Air bubbles are coming up the filler tube while the gas is trying to go down.
This item is covered by warranty mandated by federal govt.(if you are in the USA). If they are unwilling to fix this under warranty you will have to contact Hyundai first :
Hyundai Motor America
Consumer Assistance Center
10550 Talbert Avenue
P.O. Box 20850
Fountain Valley, CA, 92728-0850
(800)-633-5151
If they cannot help you, then Contact someone at the FEDERAL CLEAN AIR ACT. which states that certain emission parts have to have an 8 year/80,000 mile warranty no matter what the manufacturer claims.

Feb 02, 2010 | 2002 Hyundai Accent

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