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Chlorinated brake cleaner and throttle body cleaner are not the same.

I was speaking with a friend who I used to work with many moons ago and he reminded me of a day where I almost killed everybody in the shop. A customer came in and asked for a fuel system cleaning. This service included cleaning the throttle body. I got to work on taking the intake pipe off to clean the throttle plate and the inside of the throttle body. The can of intake cleaner that came with the kit must have leaked or something because when I tried spraying it, nothing happened. I had a can of brake cleaner sitting in my box and thought "same stuff, probably". I sprayed the cr@p out of the intake and had that thing gleaming. The last part of the service involves running the engine with a chemical drip into the intake through a vacuum line. I set it all up and got into the car to start it. The engine fought me (I'd flooded it with spray) but eventually it started. When it did, it burped out the biggest, whitest cloud of evil I'd ever seen. The bay door was open because the exhaust vacuum wasn't working but a gust of wind pushed that cloud right into the shop. Everyone was instantly coughing, eyes burning, couldn't breathe, couldn't see. I got down on the floor and crawled to all the bay doors and opened them. After all was said and done, I found out that when brake cleaner burns, it releases crazy poisonous gasses. It's like tear gas. When you're cleaning your intake, make sure you're using the right stuff.

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Hello everybody! I have a Powerseeker 127eq, I mounted correctly after I watched a video on YouTube, but I try to watch the moon for example, nothing is seen, only a halo or something that. A few days ago I realized that Jupiter was very close to Earth, and I tried to watch the telescope to see it, but I saw nothing. Can you say what can I do to solve this problem? I would be grateful. Thank you from my heart. See you soon!


First you must line up the small "finder" scope with the main tube. Go outside during the day time and get a distant object in the eyepiece-- use the eyepiece with the largest number written on it.

Without moving the scope adjust the crosshairs on the finder scope onto the same distant object. Now you can use the small finder at night to POINT to objects in the sky.

Again put the eyepiece with the largest number written on it into the focuser. DO NOT USE the 2x barlow if you have one. Try the moon again, and turn the focuser knob until the moon is sharp and clear.

Sep 27, 2010 | Celestron PowerSeeker 127 EQ 21049 (750 x...

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My 95 318is (m42 engine) wont crank, the check engine light does not come on when you turn the key to the on position (right before you go to crank it). It wont even make the starter click or anything. I was working on my sound sysrtm before this happened so im sure i blew something. I checked fuses and my dad said it might be the ecu. But if you have any suggestions please send let me know! caco_mm13 (at) yahoo DOT com THANKS A MILLION


-This problem reminds me of situation I ran into many, many moons ago. I had some new sound system components that I was in the process of adding. Since I was experimenting with a few different configurations over the period of a few days/weeks, I had not permanently connected the wiring. One day(actually somehow it happebed overnight), the car wouldn't start. I couldn't be push started either. Thinking that it was something more severe, I had it towed to the shop. When I got the car back, the mechanic had disconnected the amp system power cable from the positive side battery terminal.

-As it turned out, one of the small power leads from one of the crossover boxes had come loose and was resting against ground. ...Son-of-a-B#$#%!!!

Dec 08, 2009 | 1996 BMW 318

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If you make a character happy enough their heart should be an orange color as diaplayed when you speak to them.

After that happens you should be able to find a blue feather at the market.

Purchase it for the staggering high price and then present it to that orange hearted charecter.
(it may be used like an item, but I'm not entirely sure, its been awhile since I've played the Harvest Moon series. Should be easy enough to figure out.)

Related dialog should ensue.

Good luck, and have fun.

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Welllllllllll how do I say this without incriminating myself too much, after furiously mad panic stations on the sunday, it was decided that first thing monday it would be towed to the electricians! as my husband had concluded it was electrical this came after new battery fuses etc.. had been checked and many an hour spent under the bonnet.As we have a kill switch, which I had tried an still did not go also I reminded my husband of this and he screamed at me its not the bloody kill switch @#!*!!? ok, have a GREAT DAY! So come monday morning after getting up early to drop my husband off at work dressed only in my dressing gown jammies and socks and slippers I duly dropped him off and used our pajero for the day which I ended up having to put 10 dollars in. That night he returned home with the subaru and a receipt for work done I ( I had visions of hundreds of dollars worth) but noooooo $54.00 great ah! Cos it was the kill switch !!!!.
We will never speak of this again!!!!! It is often the simple things in life that we overlook? TeeHeeee.
Linda

Jun 07, 2008 | 1990 Subaru Legacy

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