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Re: 1988 ford ranger overheating
Sounds like you may need to flush your water coolant system. you should test your antifreeze to make sure it is the correct level and solution. Ether way it sounds like you need to fluch your radiator.
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The little write-protect-switch on your sd card is perhaps the problem - that it was shifted by vibration and stands protect instead of free. or that it already was not good set or by slide or re-connect it was moved , if not may be replace the sd memory card.
The burner assemblies on all old oil lamps unscrew from the tank assembly and can be lifted out. The OIL is usually old kerosene, or diesel fuel. The burner assembly is not usually designed to be taken apart but the wick can be replaced if it's no longer long enough to reach the bottom of the tank, and their available all over the internet.
If the burner assembly seems to be seized to the tank you might want to put some GUNK on the seam and let it soak in overnight.
There is nothing particularly hazardous about the old oil but it is messy and you probably will want to remove all of it from the lamp and if you intend to use it, replace it with kerosene or lamp oil that can be bought at many hardware stores.
If I am not mistaken all lens can pretty much work with other cameras provide that the attachment is compatible. Having said that with the new SLR cameras with auto focus of the lens the lens itself has a motor and it would be difficult to attach it to a manual SLR. Save yourself the headache and if you can purchase same manufacturer for camera body and lens life would be wonderful. In the past I thought that I could save money and do the swap thing and it just became too much. In addition the new cameras that are out has wonderful features like anti vibration, smooth focusing and the sensors are just dynamite. Good Luck
SMCP- means: Super MultiCoated Pentax (a term that refers to the anti-relctive coatings that Pentax has been using on its lenses for years
F-means it is a lens designed to cover the larger area required of a lens for Film camera use versus the smaller sensor of the Digital SLRs Pentax also makes. Pentax also makes DA lenses , which will only work with their digital SLRs.
A- means it will work in fully automatic mode on cameras that have the ability to set shutter speed and F-stop automatically (most modern Pentaxes) It should also be noted that all DA and FA pentax lenses have a modified version of the original Pentax K lens mount, which replaced their first lens mount, the universal M42 used by so many early film SLR manufacurers- this concluded todays pentax lens history
Try sending it to PhotoTech Repair Service in NYC. They are Nikon authorized, and can do the repair under warranty if you still have it. Also if you join they're facebook page, they will give you a 10% discount.
Here is the facebook page link, it has everything you need to send it in.
To download a FREE users manual,
Go to ; www.ford.fleet.com
To find your manual click on 'Maintenance' then 'Owners Manual'. Enter your make and model and a list of files wil be auto generated. You can save from here or just click on the file you need and a new window will come up with your file as a readable PDF. You can save or read from here. If this does not work then you may need a free copy of Adobe Reader at www.adobe.com
Hope this helps, this is the ONLY site I have found with FREE manuals !!!