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1996 Honda Accord harmonic balancer is rubbing the car frame


first point to check is the engine mounts
if they are at the bottom of the insulator , that will be allowing the pulley to touch the frame
replace all engine mounts
next point is the harmonic balancer itself
make sure that it is properly set in position and if it has a rubber section between pullet and crank hub, check that it is in line
if it is not replace the harmonic balancer
At this point , the engine mounts would be a fair bet because of the age of the vehicle
that is unless the vehicle has been involved in an accident and the frame was not straightened or positioned correctly

Feb 25, 2016 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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Identifying Your Reebok / Robix Studio Cycle


  • 9600
    Black matte finish on 1-piece welded frame. Black crank arms (generally) and dual brake pads.
  • 9800
    Black matte finish on 1-piece welded frame. Black crank arms (generally) and single brake pad.
  • 9900
    Glossy finishes w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Rectangle shaped stabilizers.
  • 2000B
    Glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and single brake pad. Silver crank arms and belt driven.
  • 2000C
    Glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and single brake pad. Black crank arms and chain driven.
  • 3000B Robix
    Black glossy finish w/angled back legs (stabilizer). Bolt-together frame (assembly required). Oval shaped stabilizers and frame down tube. Belt driven with single brake pad.

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All cars and trucks,how to properly jump start a car.


Hook up the positive cable Red to the positive cable on the car to be jumped and the car used to jump the battery both cars off. Next on the car with the dead battery hook up the negative cable to the frame of the car if it is a liquid or lead acid battery, next hook up the negative cable to the car that will jump the other dead car. Warning an arc can cause an explosion if there is gas coming from either battery so when hooking up the negative cable be sure to the negative cable on the frame. Next start the car and rev it to about 800 RPMs hold it to 800 RPMS for about 5 minute's before try starting the other car, this will allow the other battery to charge up and will help start the car. If you have small jumper cables like #6 copper give it about ten minutes to charge before try starting or you could damage the alternator of the charging car. once the time has elapsed try starting the other car, push throttle down once while cranking it over and hold pedal half way till it starts, do not crank for more than 30 seconds if it does not start wait for the battery to charge up again to try starting. with low voltage condition if you crank the car and it slows down it can damage the computer by drawing to much amperage caused by low voltage. Remember not to crank for a long period of time as it can damge the starter and or the computer, if voltage drops below 10 volts it can damage the computer of the jumped car.

on Dec 18, 2009 | Toyota 4Runner Cars & Trucks

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We folded the Proform 500 LE Elliptical and moved it. Now we are unable to unfold the elliptical with the latch button. Suggestions?


HOW TO FOLD AND UNFOLD THE ELLIPTICAL

When the elliptical is not in use, the frame can be folded out of the way. First, lift the latch under each pedal arm, and lift the pedal arms off the adjustment sleeves on the crank arms.

Next, raise the pedal arms until they touch the magnets on the upper body legs; the magnets will hold the pedal arms in place.

Then, hold the handle and lift the frame until it locks in a vertical position. To use the elliptical, first hold the handle, press the latch button, and lower the frame.

Next, pull the pedal arms off the magnets on the upper body legs.

Then, lift the latches under the pedal arms, and set the pedal arms on the adjustment sleeves on the crank arms.

Release the latches, and make sure that the pedal arms are securely connected to the adjustment sleeves.

Will be attaching a link to your manual also

http://www.sportsmith.net/images/product_support/ProForm/PFEVEL959101%20-%20PROFORM%20500%20ZLE%20ELLIPTICAL/PFEVEL95910.1-307585.pdf

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Where is the oil drain plug


There are two plugs that need to be removed. One on the side of the crank hidden behind the frame and another under the oil tank next to the rear shock mount.

Take a look here: http://roadstarclinic.com/content/view/68/116/

May 01, 2011 | 2005 Yamaha Road Star Silverado

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Is there a manual rewind on nikon n65?


If by manual you mean turning a crank to rewind the film, no. If you mean to do it at a point other than the end of the roll, yes.

To rewind film mid-roll, press the two film rewind buttons simultaneously for approximately one second. The film will then rewind and the frame counter will count backward. The film is completely rewound when the E appears in place of the frame number.

The two film rewind buttons are marked with a red film canister symbol with left-pointing arrows. One is the exposure compensation button next to the control panel, the other is the self-timer button next to the mode dial.

If you need a manual, you can download one from
http://butkus.org/chinon/nikon/nikon_n65/nikon_n65.htm

Jan 21, 2011 | Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera

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Vehicle shut off while I was driving and now it wont crank


First of all, check ALL ground wires to make sure they have good contact with the ground (Frame, engine block, etc). Next, find the ECU, and make sure every wire is plugged up nice and tight, and any grounds from this go to ground.

Dec 18, 2010 | 1992 Isuzu Rodeo

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Cant get the pins out of the crank brackets on the bottom of the crank. got the bolts out but there are pins on each side of the bolts. most engines have two more bolts on the outside edge but this one...


The bottom bracket is the dohickey that connects your two crank-arms together, and secures them within the bottom of the bike frame. The bottom bracket has threads around the outside that secure it into the hole in the frame. Inside, bearings surround a rotating spindle -- this lets the pedals turn free from the frame. Each side of the spindle has a mechanism to connect your crank. This may be square tapered bolts, a toothed ring (splined bottom bracket), or even a threaded bolt. The bottom bracket type must match the crank type (a crank with a square hole must be mounted on a BB with the square receiver).
Bottom brackets also come in different widths, and with different spindle widths: the bracket width should match the frame, and the spindle width should put the cranks out away from the frame, and allow the front derailleur to transfer the chain onto the smallest ring without hitting the bike frame. The BB will usually have its size printed on the cartridge, but you have to take it out to read the numbers. For example, a 68x116 bottom bracket is 58 mm wide as it fits into the frame, and the spindles are 116 mm apart. If you wanted the pedals a bit closer together, you might buy a 68x112.5 BB.
Sealed Bottom Bracket: If your bottom bracket is a sealed cartridge unit (as most are nowadays), it can't be serviced or adjusted. If it grinds, wobbles, or catches, it must be replaced as a unit. Just remove the old cartridge and replace the entire thing.
Take the chain off the chainrings, and lay it on the frame next to the bottom bracket. With the bike clamped in a workstand, shove the base of the crank-arms side-to-side to detect motion in the bottom bracket. Now try to pull the cranks away from, then back towards the bike to detect wobble. Turn the crank and listen for noises within the bottom bracket. These tests will help you identify a damaged bottom bracket.
To replace the bottom bracket, you have to do some major stripping! You must remove both the left crank and the right crank arm plus chainrings. See the crank section for additional information.
PLEASE click on the link directly for more help
http://www.utahmountainbiking.com/fix/bracket.htm
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Apr 02, 2010 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

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How do you hook up booster cables to the battery of a 1999 Breeze. I notice that there is a negative mount on the frame, but I can't seem to locate a metal surface to put the positive cable on. Where is...


Along with the solution provided above be sure to hook up the positive cable Red to the positive cable on the car to be jumped and the car used to jump the battery both cars off. Next on the car with the dead battery hook up the negative cable to the frame of the car if it is a liquid or lead acid battery, next hook up the negative cable to the car that will jump the other dead car. Warning an arc can cause an explosion if there is gas coming from either battery so when hooking up the negative cable be sure to clamp the negative cable on the frame. Next start the car and rev it to about 800 RPMs hold it to 800 RPMS for about 5 minute's before try starting the other car, this will allow the other battery to charge up and will help start the car. If you have small jumper cables like #6 copper give it about ten minutes to charge before try starting or you could damage the alternator of the charging car. once the time has elapsed try starting the other car, push throttle down once while cranking it over and hold pedal half way till it starts, do not crank for more than 30 seconds if it does not start wait for the battery to charge up again to try starting. with low voltage condition if you crank the car and it slows down it can damage the computer by drawing to much amperage caused by low voltage.

Dec 18, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Breeze

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2003 lincoln town car.hit a big pothole and engine shut off.


With this type of electrical problem, as with many...The first thing you look for is a bad ground. Start with negative cable from battery. Follow it down to the frame. Make sure the connections are tight, clean, and undamaged. make sure you have a ground from: Bat to frame, bat to engine, engine to frame.Next, ck your Positive connection at the starter, as well as the solenoid (smaller wire) Take your multimeter and connect to your positive lead...watch for voltage drop while trying to crank.

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Apr 19, 2009 | 2003 Lincoln Town Car

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