01 - Books
1932 - Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
1938 - Anthem by Ayn Rand
1948 - The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
1945 - Animal Farm by George Orwell
1949 - 1984 by George Orwell
1957 - Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
1973 - The Gulag Archipelago by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
0426 - City Of God by Augustine
1570s - Dark Night of the Soul by St. John of the Cross
1660 - The Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine
02 - Computer
Foobar 2000 Code syntax
Foobar 2000 Streaming
03 - Food
Aaron Franklin's Barbecue Seasoning Recipe: Learn How to Make Barbecue Dry Rub
04 - Home
Longer Screws In Door Latch
05 - Misc
Axe Throwing At Home
How to Build an Axe Throwing Target
06 - Muscle - All
Take Pics Of Door Tags etc
Manufacture date code
Every tire has a Department of Transportation number after the letters on the sidewall. The last four digits show the week and year the tire was made; for example, the digits 2321 would signify that the tire was made during the 23rd week of 2021. don't buy tires more than a couple of years old.
Speedo Cable Twitching
Hagerty member Gary Linsky writes: I am the original owner of a 1976 BMW 530i. The speedometer has a twitch in the indicator needle at low speeds that I attribute to gummed-up lubrication of the speedo cable. I've read warnings about lubricants walking or wicking up the cable to the speedo head, a condition to be avoided.
Both Hemmings and The Garage Journalrecommend lubricating speedo cables with a spray can of white lithium grease, and I concur. it's heavy enough that it stays in place and doesn't run out the bottom end of the cable. Some posters report success with silicone or graphite, but graphite seems a little light to me. If you're going to use lithium, I wouldn't worry about cleaning old lubricant out first, but if you're concerned about it, you could spray brake cleaner in one end and out the other. Be sure to blow it out with compressed air before introducing fresh grease so it doesn't cut it. If you're using graphite, though, I would clean it out first. And even though this isn't one of your symptoms, if a speedometer cable will barely turn, you could first try to work it free with a penetrating oil such as SiliKroil, followed by lubrication
07 - Muscle - 1965 ford galaxie
Wheels / Tires - Info (source)
Standard tire size: 7.35 - 15
Tire width (mm): 187
Tire sidewall factor: 80
Rim size (in): 15
Total wheel diameter (mm / in): 680 / 26.8
Wheels / Tires - Google "steel wheel for 65 galaxie"
08 - Muscle - 1974 F250
Cooling System - copper or aluminum?
Cooling System - Radiator Shops
Fuel System - Camper Special EEC Vent Valve
Fuel System - Ford Truck Forum Thread
Fuel System - Fuel System Diagram - PDF
09 - Muscle - 1989 Mustang GT
Fog Light Fix
Horn / Cruise Fuse
The horn circuit has a button that supplies ground, a relay that uses the button to switch the horns on and off, and two horns. The relay reduces the current that the horn button has to carry. This makes it possible to use a small and simple switch and slip ring on the steering wheel.
Note that the horn ground is built into the horn mount bracket, so the horn must be mounted on metal with a good connection to the car body.
The horns typically develop an internal short to ground, which causes the fuses to blow. :eek:
The horns are located under the car on the driver's side, forward of the front wheel well. Disconnect BOTH horns, replace the fuse: if the fuse blows immediately, the problem is most likely in the cigar lighter circuit. If not, then press the horn button on the steering wheel: if the fuse blows the problem is in the wiring between the horn relay and the horn. If doesn't blow when you press the horn button, connect ONE of the horns and try again. If it still doesn't blow the fuse, connect the other horn. Chances are that the first horn you re-connect will blow the fuse. Whatever horn blows the fuse at this point has an internal short and is trash. Time for a trip to the junkyard... :crazy:
Horn does not honk, but does not blow fuses:
Run a jumper wire from the battery positive terminal to the horn input connector: the horn should honk. If it does, then your problems are in the other parts of the circuit. If it does not honk, replace the horn.
Use a test light or voltmeter and connect one lead to the horn wire under the fender and the other to ground. Push the horn button: you should see 12 volts or the test light will turn on. If it does not, check the fuse. If the fuse is good, check the relay.
The relay will click and honk the horn if you short the Yellow/Lt Green wire to ground. If you have a test light connected in place of the horn it will light. If it does not activate the horn or test light, look for 12 volts at the Lt blue/white wire. No 12 volts at the Lt blue/white wire, you have fuse or wiring problems in the circuit that supplies the 12 volts to the relay. Good 12 volts at the Lt blue/white wire and the Yellow/Lt Green wire shorted to ground and no honk or flash of the test light, replace the relay.
The rubber foam usually deteriorates over time and that is what makes the horn switch fail. Take it apart and replace the foam with some from packaging material. A little creative engineering may be required, but you can do it.
Mustang GT / Cobra??? on title
Mustang GT Registry
10 - Police Scanner
Add Freqs Manually / Favorites
From the top menu bar in Sentinel click on "edit", then "edit favorites list".
There is a lot of info and help here for the scanner:
And lots of info here for using Sentinel, including favorites lists:
Also, you will find many, many help videos for using your scanner and Sentinel on Youtube
with a very simple search...
BCDx36HP Sentinel Creating Custom Favorites List
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11 - Telephone
Answer Cell Phone Thru Rotary