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Old 06-05-2006, 01:34 PM
Tokemihirotsu
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Exclamation 1989 190E Tune-up disaster...

Okay peoples, this is how it went...

1. A rough running car, to a tuned-up car...that won't run.
2. I did everything everyone suggested...I even checked the negative
ground wire...
3. I have replaced fuel pumps, fuel filters, fuel relays...I even started to
change the fuel injector ports...
4. Elanore took a turn for the worst (Why did you do this to me Eleanor???)
The starter went out and I know it is on the firewall, but I could not get
the bolt assenbly off the starter because the bolts are against the
firewall.
5. I tried my very best ya'll...and she still will not act right (much like the
owner)
6. I had to shoot her to the shop...I am very ill about it...
7. Thank you all once again, and if you have more suggestions, please do
tell.




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Old 06-05-2006, 03:50 PM
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Starter is not on the firewall.

#6 should have been your #1.
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Old 06-06-2006, 09:29 PM
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So what's that thing I was knocking my hand up against when I was trying to get it out? It sucked! Anyways...if the first cylinder is dead in front of you then how did I get that tore up...Good news...it was the starter...bad news, now my rear passenger window decided to take a trip down...found out it was a clip....anyone know how to get into the door sans ripping it off?

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