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Club car won't start turns over slow battery is full charged?

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How do I set the time on my fit bit?

  • Log in to your dashboard and click the gear icon in the top right corner.
  • Click Settings.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the Personal Info page and modify your timezone.
  • After saving your changes, force sync your tracker: Click the Fitbit Connect icon located near the date and time on your computer. Click Sync Now.
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    If you are able to connect your fitbit to your phone/computer, there will be an option to correct your settings. This will allow you to change the time on your watch.

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    Mercedes key remote

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    Hello at the back of my escort 1.8 diesel engine there is a small aluminium fitting that is connected to a water hose, the fitting looks to be about 15 mil in diameter. the thread on the fitting has worn...

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    If you got Diesel engine you must use a 70 to 80 AmpH battery.
    If you got a gasoline engine a normal 60 Amp/Hr bettery can be use.
    Hoe that settles that!
    Thanks for using Fixya!

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    Replace battery and two alternators, battery light still comes on at certain rpms. Could I have the wrong battery?

    Try replacing your Belt tensioner and the Serpetine belt. When your A/C clutch cycles the tension changes and your belt is slipping on the Alternator pulley. The A/C compressor will turn off on heavy acceleration to boost speed.

    This could explain the light coming on at certain speeds. The modern Alternators contain Voltage Regulators. The Regulator would be the only other part that could cause your problem. Since you replaced the Alternator, it would contain another Regulator.

    Make sure the Battery cables are clean and tight. Put both the Tensioner and Belt on as a pair this time. This will insure the tightest fit possible.

    As long as you put in a 12 Volt battery connected to the correct terminals, there is little you could do wrong with the battery.

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