About a month ago i was driving back home thru the back roads and it was the time of the trash collection so this guy thru a vector receiver out to the curb. i saw the unit and stopped to my surprise the out side was in excellent condition. i ask the owner and told me that for some reason the unit would cut off after it would reach a certain temp. i took it home and stored it. about few days ago i pulled it out and try it, it starts up and try to see if it does what the owner said but so far it has not may be were he had it was to much heat and the unit could not handle it sort of a fail sameor some bs. any way im not familiar with the unit and can not find a Manual over the internet i was wondering if any one knew how old is This unit and if any one had a manual and service manual for this type of unit.
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Re: Vector Research VRX-9200R
Several sites I found all put the thing around mid to late 1980's manufacture, but I couldn't find a manual either.
As to the original problem: If the previous owner was having shutdown issues and you aren't, the trouble might not be in the receiver at all. Most receivers have protection circuits to shut them down before they are damaged by speaker problems. (I say most because I have seen some cheap ones that didn't bother, and when things went wrong they really smoked!) He might have had bad speakers or wiring, so that at higher power levels the receiver would shut off. If you're not having any problems, you might just have gotten very lucky in your find. Just keep using it.
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I bought a Lancer VRX last month and it got a clunk sound from the front end as u turn or reverse 4/5 times from the drive way. I wrote a email no reply from Mitsubishi. But i was able to get the car in for a check up today with Preston motors Dandenong. The mechanic went for a test drive with me and he heard it too and i have recorded the sound too. Still not fixed after coming home. Really appointed feel like burning this car down now. After spending so much on a brand new car and time dropping the car off for inspection this is what i get. Any one who is planing to buy a lancer be careful. Id rather go for a toyota I made a bad decision by buying this car. its only down 1200km
I feel like taking the car to the local mechanic and getting it checked.
When i bough the car it came with 2 screws missing as they removed the door panels for tinting. got that fixed. Today i got the 1st free service done but they forgot to reset the service time indicator. Any one else with a vrx having this problem please message me on email@example.com
so we could look into this matter as a team. They only want our money after that its our problem. I' am so upset right now i don't have the luxury of time to take this brand new car back and forth for problems. Not to mention the amount of road noise. I could have put up with that if not for this suspension issue.
The knock sensor is used to detect engine vibrations caused by preignition or detonation and provides information to the ECM, which then retards the timing to eliminate detonation.Here's a link on how to test and replace.Here's the sensor.
Hi Trish_Steve, To start the game, simply insert the disc into the Wii, and select the M&M Kart Racing icon from the main menu. The basic controls for the M&M Kart Racing game are below.
IN GAME CONTROLS
CONTROLS ON THE ROAD
D-Pad Left or Right
2-wheel ride (perform stunt, while on curve)
change camera view
A or B Button
- or + Button
enter pause menu
enter wii menu (quit game(
B Button (Hold)
reverse drive (after full-stop)
Rotate Wii Remote Left or Right
Raise Wii Remote Up
jump (while driving straight on the road)
Raise Wii Remote Up
double jump (while at the take-off or hill)
Raise Wii Remote Up
two-wheel stunt drive (while on a curve)
Spin Wii Remote
turbo start (while on the start line) You can also unlock some special carts by collecting certain numbers of coins.
4x4 Jet Convertible Kart
Collect 1000 chocolate coins
Collect 500 chocolate coins
Collect 100 chocolate coins
V24 Super Duty Truck
Collect 200 chocolate coins Hope that helps!
make sure that it doesn't have a child lock set on it, if you have the remote ther could be a button it that locks it, if you can get the user manual for it, that would have the info you need to unlock it, hope this helps
the crank pulleys (also called a harmonic dampener) on these vehicle are a fairly common failure. as they begin to break apart, the pulley will begin to have a wobble as the engine runs, causing the drive belts that power your alternator, power steering, etc to loosen off. when the belts then get wet, combined with being loose, they will slip, causing your accessories not to work. hope this was helpful!