[DML] Re: Thanks All (Was: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving)
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[DML] Re: Thanks All (Was: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving)


Glad to here everything is ok now with the cooling system.  

Now the squealing brakes, check the pads for wear, replace if
necessary.  Check the rotors for wear, replace if necessary, basically
do a brake system check, you could take the car to a shop and have
them look at them.  They are just brakes after all, standard style
braking system.  I'm starting that whole brake thing this weekend on
6704, along with replacing the TABs.  And "while I'm in there" doing
everything else that needs to be done.  Especially since I will be
removeing the trailing arms the hard way, drop them from the car to
get the rusty old bolts out.

I guarantee that some vendors are going to be collecting some cash
from me.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "trdstne71" <trdstne71@xxxx> wrote:
> I just wanted to thank everyone on the list for their help.  The new 
> otterstat arrived, and I figured out that I did clip the old one in 
> incorrectly.  I also went with the suggestion to use a nylon tie wrap 
> just for good measure.  My car seems to be running much better.  The 
> temperature gauge has yet to rise above the quarter mark.
> Now if I can just fix the squealing breaks...  :-D
> Thanks again,
> Daniel

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