Help me please when i was in school my classmates start borrowing my cellphone.. and then when are break time was over i saw my classmate giving me back my cellphone and when i tried to open it it doesn't work it cannot open. and i asked what happened she said that she didn't know that it fell down and the back part and the memory stick was released and i when i got home and tried to charge it, its charging was red but most of the time its yellow.. how can i fix this.. please i really need your help!!!
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You can use the Facebook search option to search for people who go or went to that school. Just type "Pacific Grove High School students" in the search bar and you will get an overview of people on Facebook who have PGHS listed in their profile.
You can also search for things like PGHS Drama Club or PGHS Science Club. There doesn't seem to be a specific group for the class of 73 that I can find, but you will likely find some schoolmates by joining some of the other groups.
You certainly know your way around cars. I have a question for you. I do not see anything about a tune up or check for faulty wires, rotors, distributor cap, and especially timing. Have these been done recently?
It sounds to me like your timing is too far advanced. Do you have or can you borrow a timing light. Even without one you can check the timing the old school way.
Loosen the distributor so you can just rotate it. Rotate the distributor using an insulated glove. Oven mitts work great. Listen to the engine and when it is running the smoothest tighten the distributer. You will be within 1/2 a point.
I trust this was of help. Please, call or email me with a update. I am interested in your reaction to my suggestion. I would bet your timing is too far advanced. This causes the engine to run lean. This would explain the starting with starting fluid, the running fast, etc..
Please call or email me with your results. If I can be of further help or you have any question, please feel free to call. Either way, please give me the number of thumbs my advice is worth to you.