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I need to order 2 bushes for my generator but I don't know how to find the part number

Is there a dealer network for your generator brand?
Otherwise take the brushes to a small engine repair shop or a electrical generator repair shop and they will match them up.
At best they can find a set that are close and yours and may be able to grind them down to fit your machine,if yours are now obsolete?

May 01, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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BREAKING: "Tens of thousands" of fraudulent Clinton votes found in Ohio warehouse. There are pictures of the ballot boxes and a copy of a refilled out ballot with all Democrats marked.

how do you know that this was not a set up to back up the Trump claim
next question why are you saying it here as this is an advice page not twitter or facebook
next why should any one believe you as you could be a Trump stooge and cannot even get it in the right media

Oct 02, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My bad yes its a 17 inch rim !! My actual question is will a 205\50\r17 fit on my 1997 firebird?

From the links I sent you, it does not look like it will fit.
You can ask a local tire shop if you want a professional answer.
ps. you do not have to start new boxes, you can add new statements in the comment tab.

Nov 25, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Engine wont stay started

unplug battery,,then again fit it

Feb 27, 2014 | 2000 Dodge Caravan

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Rear hatch door wont close

If your new hatch door is not identical or the correct application then it is the wrong door. Of course every differences matters, your door is not closing like it should. Whoever installed your door (and got paid) just want you keep it because they got paid. If the upside down lift is preventing the door from closing then they need to fix it, if the door is the wrong application for your car then have them get you the right door.

Nov 24, 2013 | 2000 Ford Explorer

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I have a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am, while driving down the road it stalled out completely and wouldnt start back up. Had towed to brothers and he checked fuel pump and it was fine. After sitting for 2 days he...

Are the spark plugs wet with fuel ? are they black ( fouled ) ? You don't have the money to take it to a shop ? But do you have money to replace a bunch of parts that don't fix the problem ? I could tell you a number of thing's that could be wrong , but without testing that would be guessing . Mass air flow sensor , ignition control module , crankshaft position sensor , How's the battery voltage ? Low voltage can cause problems , You said thought starter went . slow cranking ? Battery cable's , connections etc.... Does your brother know how to use a volt meter ? Voltage drop the starter circuit . Starter Voltage Drop
How to voltage drop test starter motor circuit

Apr 08, 2017 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Am

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Need to know what model will fit a 1997 rear end because make noise and they say i need anew one

96 to 2001 should fit but you have to find the gear ratio, if you look on the glove box door when you flip it down there will be a bunch of codes. the gear ratio code will be GU6 or something like that. Definitely start with a "G".

Feb 07, 2010 | 1997 GMC Jimmy

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Power steering box that will interchange with 1965 Rambler V-8

ramblers were a mixture of the" big three" back in the '60s you might see if a steering box from a dodge ram series pickups or ford f series pickups may fit. also,check closely on the steering box for a casting number,parts suppliers use these numbers as a cross reference to match other steering boxes to your application.

Jan 20, 2010 | AMC Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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I bought a 1994 GMC sierra 2500 4X4 pick up truck with 225K on the odometer. The owner said that the 350 V8 was replaced with a older block (year unknown) and put back using the 94 throttle block fuel...

If the plugs were bent then you have the pistons hitting the spark plugs, this can be caused by several things, One wrong plugs or 2. rod bearings are bad allowing the pistons to hit the plugs. As far as the stuttering is concerned I would check the fuel filter and the fuel pump pressure on the fuel rail. The shop should of done this already but ask them before you go on.
Depending on the year of the other block that was exchanged it may have fit and everything bolted up however the compression ratio may be different, in this case you will have to adjust the timing to work with the older block. Also You may have to Get the block number off the engine and go to a machine shop and get what year the block is so you know what heads and block you have to get the correct timing and the correct plugs for the engine. This is stamped on the block on the passenger side but if you go to any machine shop they can tell you what engine and year it was made. with this information you can set the timing and figure out what you need to do to make it run good and not have anymore problems. If yo need more assistance just reply to the e-mail you get from this web site and go to the bottom and post a reply at the bottom of the page.
You may have another problem as well, the throttle position sensor could be defective causing it to do this, however need to find out the compression ration and the correct spark plug for the older engine. once you know the engine then you can solve the problem. A Normal automotive shop could not do this unless they have a machinist old enough to do this. If your local Napa store has a machine shop he can help you id the block and heads so you can be sure to get the right plugs and the correct timing. let me know if you need more help with this.

Jan 06, 2010 | 1994 GMC Dura

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How do change spark plugs on a 1998 xj8

Remove plastic cover over the engine ( three screws).
You then have access to the front three spark plugs (cylinders 1,3,5) remove the nut which holds down the independant coils and remove the spark plugs, fit new spark plugs and fit coils on the three front cylinders.
Now it gets a little tricky, you will only be able to access number 2 back cylinder so you have to remove the induction manifold (12 bolts I think) to access the back three cylinders (2,3,6,) properly.
Then proceed as with the front three spark plugs, refit manifold and plastic cover,

Sep 29, 2009 | 1998 Jaguar XJ8L

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