Re: My new problem (was Re: [DMCForum] Claude is banned)
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Re: My new problem (was Re: [DMCForum] Claude is banned)



Maybe it's just your explanation, but it sounds like you are plugging
your heater core line and running a new one after the thermostat.  This
would be rather foolish, as you wouldn't get heat to the heater until
after the car warms up to running temperature and the thermostat opens. 

This wouldn't be the biggest deal in Florida I guess, but the next owner
would certainly call you "that damn PO". 

Jim


On Sat, 27 Mar 2004 22:28:15 -0500 Samuel <samuel_yahoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
writes:
> Actually, I did absolutely NOTHING this weekend. I slept in late, and
>
> sat around. Did get some new foam to put on the back area of the
> passenger compartment, but before I do that, I need to get the
> engine
> back together (still have the intake manifold off, havent even got
> hoses
> yet for it). I am thinking about doing all silicone hoses, and
> getting
> rid of the heater pipe that runs under the intake (do a silicone
> from
> the pump down to the frame where it connects to another metal hose).
>
> Samuel
>
> service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>
> >I'm not looking to start any trouble for me but I think our time
> would be
> >better spent
> >reading about Samuel's new car problems this week (LOL)
> >than reading about a pathetic old man.  We all know not to buy
> anything from
> >him.
> >......And we move on.
> > 
> >
>
>
>

> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
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>

>
>


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