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Old 07-06-2005, 10:01   #1 (permalink)
NoOption5L@aol.com
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Re: no option has no options left

alicecooperrules12@yahoo.com wrote:
> On 5 Jul 2005 19:55:10 -0700, NoOption5L@aol.com wrote:
>
> >alicecooperrules12@yahoo.com wrote:
> >
> >> >>>>>>>>>>The best way to take a TPS voltage reading is by using two safety
> >> >>>>>>>>>>pins through the wires coming from the sensor. The positivelead is
> >> >>>>>>>>>>attached to the green wire, while the negative goes to the black
> >> >>>>>>>>>>wire. Always ground the meter through the sensor's black wire. This
> >> >>>>>>>>>>gives a direct, and more accurate ground into the computer.
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>>>>Hope this helps.
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>>>what about the holes ya left in the wire
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>>duh dont no... may be some ting like dis wil werk duh what u tink
> >> >>>>>>>>herc?
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>http://www2.shopping.com/xGS-liquid_...kin_id-3068594
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>fock they boot ya out of the dealership for hack work like you suggest
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>proper tool
> >> >>>>>>>Insulated Piercing Hook/Alg Clip $14.25
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>∑ Spring loaded XJL Macro-Hook centers wire and pierces insulation in
> >> >>>>>>> one easy motion∑ Accepts wire up to .125" in diameter∑ Insulated
> >> >>>>>>> alligator clip ends∑ Sold as pair (1 Black, 1 Red)Manufacturer...
> >> >>>>>>> more...
> >> >>>>>>> http://www.drivewerks.com/catalog/Sh...436-detail.htm
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>>case closed
> >> >
> >> >>>>>>Sorry counselor, you've been overruled. A needle and a drip of liquid
> >> >>>>>>electrical tape works just fine. I know. I've done it a numberof
> >> >>>>>>times and have never had *any* (read > zero) drivability problems.
> >> >
> >> >>>>piercing the wire with straight pins dsiturbs the wire causing a
> >> >>>>stress riser as well as the pin itself being unsafe for handling
> >> >>>>voltage always use the proper tool for the job
> >> >
> >> >>>Do the factory guys use a spring-loaded XLJ macro-hook tool to adjust
> >> >>>the TPS sensor?
> >> >
> >> lmfao
> >> depends where they are and whose car it is

> >
> >No, Hurc. Tell us how the factory guys adjust a TPS... what's the book
> >say?


> what engine
> 7.3 non powerstroke ?
> 5.4 liter?
> you wont find no mention of safty pins


Hurc, stay with me here. Pay attention. Try to follow along. Warm up
your brain cell. A 5-oh if that makes it easier for you. Tell us how
the factory guys adjust a TPS... what's the book say?

> >> >>it is a proper way to probe and taught at many tech schools
> >> >>including fordschool


> >> >You didn't answer the question, Hurc. Take another swing at it. Do
> >> >the factory guys use a spring-loaded XLJ macro-hook tool to adjust
> >> >the TPS sensor?


> >> >>>>the damage u did to the wire may not show up for years
> >> >>>>but it will bite you


> >> >>>No, it won't. You're delusional.


> >> >>LMFAO
> >> >>did ya disturb the wire?


> >> >Apparently not. And if it did, apparently not enough to make a damn
> >> >bit of difference since the TPSs I've adjusted have went tens of
> >> >thousands of miles without incident, or even driveability problems as
> >> >all have logged stellar trap speed numbers for their combinations.


> >> lmfao
> >> ya just voided your warrenty


> >Hurc, pull your head out of your ass. My car is nearly 13 years old
> >and has over 100K miles on it. Why would I be concerned with the
> >warranty? (BTW - I adjusted my TPS 6 years and over 60,000 miles ago.)


> fock a 13 year old car is worth squat


It's worth something if it runs and looks great.

> just like your 03 focus
> a 2 year old focus is wore out


> LMFAO


Both are worth more than your hitch-hiking thumb and Chuck Taylor
tennis shoes.

What car(s) did you say you own?

Patrick
'93 Cobra
'03 Focus ZX3

 
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Old 07-06-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
one80out@hotmail.com
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Re: no option has no options left

When are you gonna tell Hurl who owns the FORD cars on the FORD
assembly line? How do you expect him to answer without knowing who
owns the FORDS in the FORD factory? C'mon, quit stalling. He'll never
figure it out on his own.

lmfao

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