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Jaydrvr

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  1. I prefer this charger. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W3QT226/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_QNZBKXKBKEXQDVZ5W6EZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 I've been using it for years and it's completely reliable. Jay
  2. http://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.dhs.gov/enhanced-drivers-licenses-what-are-they&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwiI2P_bkYDvAhVmQt8KHUE6CJQQFjAAegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw1u0K8ogm_qNiLokxdUYIXj
  3. If they never stop on their own, it has to be the motor. I misunderstood what you meant. Jay
  4. Yes, that's true. I've experienced the random parking wherever it wanted to, so I suspected the motor. One time, it wasn't the motor. Sometimes you're right, sometimes you're wrong. Jay
  5. That's what I thought too, until I took it out to replace it. Both my Volvos had the break away system. Jay
  6. On my '99 Volvo, the wiper transmission drive doesn't lock onto the wiper motor, so that it can break away under load. The drive arm has spines, but the tapered motor shaft doesn't. If it slips, you can just loosen the nut, re-center the arm and re-tighten the nut. I actually replaced the motor unnecessarily to find this out. Not sure about other generations. Jay
  7. We use Life 360 to track our family members, or at least those of us that want to be tracked. It allows us to know when someone will arrive, or where the "Ancients" are today on their travels. Jay
  8. I've had my truck for 16 years. If I had to guess, I'd say I'm getting about 10 years out of the exhaust system. Maybe longer, if you consider I only replaced the stack last time. The run from the exhaust manifold back seems to last forever. Jay
  9. That certainly looks helpful for layout, but wow! Those prices look like a LOT more than I paid at the dealer. Mufflers are (or were) $50, most places. Jay
  10. I've always purchased mine directly from the dealer. It's always seemed reasonable priced, to me. Jay
  11. The idea behind the Donvel valves is to control the air flow into and out of the tractor air bags, whether sleeper, drive axle, or steer axle, controlling and improving the ride. I think they might even have them for seats, not sure. Jay
  12. There's an initial registration fee of $225.00 for any "new tires on the ground" in FL. It's definitely steep at first, but once it's paid, it's done. You can transfer that fee to your next vehicle and not owe the fee again. The annual fees are not bad. Jay
  13. I've used Magic Erasers often to deep clean glass when detailing. The Eraser has a mild abrasive which cuts through the build-up on the glass. Use with a glass cleaner for lubricant, then follow up with glass cleaner and microfiber. You can also use 0000 steel wool, but I like the Magic Eraser when it's not bad enough for the steel wool. The glass looks like new when completed, unless it's pitted and damaged. Jay
  14. Try this.. http://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.motorhome.com/download-dinghy-guides/&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjO34mj7ObuAhUZVTABHelDAs0QFjAAegQIBhAB&usg=AOvVaw3CelG9RQ1afKumoD8V-E7T
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