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The instructions for using the manual clutch and transmission should be contained in the normal vehicle handbook. It is not something that can be easily duplicated here.
Stick shifts aren't scary. It is autos that are scary to us because virtually all cars here are manual. Those who take their driving test in an auto aren't allowed to drive manuals but that is as scary as it gets.
All we comes with this cable but if you not have RCA connection
which is Red Yellow and Blue ,Than you have a scary connector which is full of small pins you can use that normally in your WII box you will find a scary convertor if not you have to buy one.
They're all about the same. Skimmer outlet goes to pump inlet. Pump outlet goes to filter inlet. Filter outlet returns back to the pool. You will have to fill it with sand. Look at link: http://www.propools.com/instructions_index.php Most any of these instructions will work. Pay attention on how to add sand so you don't break the "spider" piping in bottom of filter. I usually have water in first to absorb the shock of adding sand. Don't let sand enter the stand pipe in center of filter. Cover with plastic cup or something.
where the throttle cable meets the throttle body is a tiny set screw for idle adjustment. sometimes it gets gunked up. remove set screw and using a emory cloth sand edge of set screw. remember to mark where the set screw is before removing
mine did the same thing, and i tried to reset it but that didnt work, my warranty had ran out and i didnt buy the store warranty,so i pretty much gave up on it as it still didnt work. well my wife got it and was determined to fix it. she saw some sand in the corner of the lcd, and took some paper and cleaned it out and now its working again! lol it was just a little sand in between the lcd and the lcd case causing it not to respond. try that or try some canned air to clean out the screen.