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    Yesterday, 17:03
    So thinking about this a little more, if it's doing this when it's just the service and not service headlights, the short would need to be in: the...
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    Yesterday, 15:49
    I believe the horn is also controlled by the headlight switch, as it's only functional in the service settings, the button in the horn completes the...
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    Yesterday, 15:42
    Coug replied to a thread MEP 831A Thoughts/Opinions in Generators
    Side note, at least on the civilian side of things, I've noticed a lot of inverter generators don't like high surge loads, they just can't respond...
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    12-04-2019, 16:47
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    If you have some old used motor oil that's been sitting for a long time for the particulates to settle out, or you can run it through a filter (like...
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    12-04-2019, 15:50
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    Around here the stickers say things like B2, B5 or B20, or higher numbers up to B100, but that's the biodiesel blend not ethanol. Ethanol is...
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    12-04-2019, 15:11
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    I've mostly heard of ATF being used to help free up sticking injectors, because of the amount of detergents in it, though I can see it cleaning the...
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    12-04-2019, 15:10
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    Umm, E85 is an 85% ethanol 15% gasoline blend (anywhere from 51% ethanol to 83% actually, based on climate) , not to be used in Diesel engines for...
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    12-04-2019, 14:59
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    The sulfur did act as a lubricant in older fuel systems, so I won't say it's a bad idea to use some type of additive, but there are still plenty of...
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    12-04-2019, 03:41
    I thought it was the same 2" pipe threads they're still using today on the inside of the scepter cans. The old nozzles work just fine in either type...
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    12-04-2019, 03:24
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    yeah, I know the feeling. If you're going to tear it apart, that's the best time to make upgrades. Also not a bad idea to throw out questions to...
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    12-04-2019, 01:26
    Coug replied to a thread Electric Fuel lift pump in HMMWV
    2 stroke oil and many of the additives may give slight benefits to the fuel, and if you use a good quality one you're unlikely to do any harm, but...
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    12-03-2019, 11:47
    Hopefully if you don't get power back by the end of the year your wife learns to adapt to the reality of living on generator power and doesn't try to...
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    12-01-2019, 16:24
    you say you are getting fuel in the return lines from the injectors, have you cracked the line at an injector to see if there is any fuel getting to...
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    12-01-2019, 14:21
    I know it was just to run them down, but using a 1/2" impact gun with reducers to 3/8" then down to 1/4" drive sockets for both removing and...
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    11-30-2019, 20:57
    most hardware stores have a bolt sizing display you can use to match up existing bolts pretty easy, so if you have one off another injector hold down...
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    11-29-2019, 13:29
    definitely do it a few times with the injectors out if there has been any fluid in the cylinder. Do it until you stop seeing fluid be blown out the...
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    11-28-2019, 13:37
    Coug replied to a thread What is this on windshield? in HMMWV
    For the first one, I'm not actually sure what you are asking about. The bracket at the edge of the windshield sticking out towards the mirror...
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    11-25-2019, 12:03
    Coug replied to a thread M998 won’t start in HMMWV
    Do a quick forum search for "HMMWV won't start" and you'll come up with dozens of threads, all starting about the same as this one. There are also a...
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    11-25-2019, 11:51
    Coug replied to a thread M998 won’t start in HMMWV
    https://gear-report.com/help-hmmwv-wont-start-humvee-glow-plug-start-system-maintenance
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    11-25-2019, 00:39
    Coug replied to a thread Steel rear airlift bumper in HMMWV
    Neither had I, but I'm not going to claim I know everything about these rigs. Unless you are planning on actually airlifting the HMMWV, or...
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    11-24-2019, 14:38
    Doing a ground harness is definitely worth it. If installing it doesn't help issues that you are currently experiencing, then it's very likely to...
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    11-24-2019, 02:21
    Coug replied to a thread Hmmwv vacuum for hvac? in HMMWV
    Pulling vacuum for an aircon just needs an air conditioning manifold and a vacuum pump. They can be found as cheap as $20 for air operated vacuum...
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    11-23-2019, 22:21
    Can it be repaired? Yes. Should that style be repaired? If you have the time and know how to do it, then sure, why not. Worst you'll...
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    11-23-2019, 13:51
    Most hydraulic pumps I've ever worked on were very simple. There really isn't a whole lot to most of them, so hopefully these are the same. Good...
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    11-21-2019, 19:49
    I bought some tire chains at auction. Thought it was 4 chains, turned out to be 4 pairs. They're for 50" tires by 13.5, so cutting them down to...
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    11-20-2019, 22:31
    If it were mine I'd strip apart the engine, then take the block, crank, and head to a competent machine shop for them to check out. That bearing...
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    11-20-2019, 22:14
    Coug replied to a thread Max Tire Width in HMMWV
    The wheel is 8" wide where the bead seats, the tire itself is 12.5" wide. From everything I've heard/read on going to the bigger tires there might...
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    11-20-2019, 00:32
    Coug replied to a thread mep802a what is too much in Generators
    unlikely to hurt the motor, if you put too much load it just bogs down. During some playing with a 3 ton ECU I ended up putting over 9kw of load...
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    11-15-2019, 11:08
    Air intake and amount of fuel injected aren't directly related in a diesel, unlike a gasoline vehicle. A diesel will intake the same amount of air...
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    11-07-2019, 01:30
    Come on, this is serious. You should at least use bailing wire or 100 mile per hour tape, not zip ties and duct tape. Think of the children.
    16 replies | 457 view(s)
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