When you first start doing your own automotive maintenance and repair work, you’ll find yourself making some pretty impressive messes. Even as an auto repair veteran, I still find myself making a few good ones. Since spills are a pretty common occurrence with mechanical work, knowing how to clean them up should be part of your knowledge base. Installation was a breeze. However, I nearly gave up when the reservoir started leaking, and nothing was coming out of the sprayers. I popped one of the hoses off the sprayers, engaged them, and got sprayed with water. So, there was pressure, but it stopped at the sprayers. Turns out, they were painted over.
Use Your Eyes: Usually when our customers complain of an alternator issue it just takes a quick look to find a belt missing, hanging off the engine block or so loose it’s flapping around the engine compartment. A quick visual check of the belt for cracking, excessive wear marks and other visual related problems can give you some idea of what may be the problem. Also, the drive belt must have the proper tension to run the alternator correctly; too much tension is just as bad as not enough. A quick check of the belt tension is usually enough to determine if a problem exists.
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I’ve even found a great deal of new or nearly new healthcare related items. I’ve found blood pressure cuffs, new stethoscopes, reflex hammers, reference texts, paraffin baths, infrared lamps and a ton of other great items. Of course you should have any used electronic item you intend to use on patients professionally tested and calibrated if applicable before using it within your practice.
Do these mouse/rat repellents work on squirrels/chipmunks as well? I had a Volvo wagon sitting during the Winter and in the Spring there were nests in the glove box, under the rear carpet, in the engine bay where they’d chewed through much of the wiring. Luckily most was just for the windshield washer reservoir and coolant reservoir.. Which is right next to the engine computer harness, but that is all protected by plastic shielding which they left alone.
Never employ a mechanic on a share of output basis unless you want to lose your reputation overnight. It is quality that provides the bones of a good business, so everyone has to be on the quality page with you. High throughput may suit your wallet and your mechanic’s income as well, but only top quality work will keep your customers.