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  1. Here you go: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/handbook/section5.4.0.shtml
  2. Has anyone had experience with any of these oil stop leak products? I've developed a leak from what appears to be the right side of the motor around the pulley.
  3. Soldering leads to a board where some of the circuits have 50 amp draw would require a very thick wire and when attempting to close the board with the plastic insulator/spacer would be impossible without cutting groves into it. A complete waste of time if you have another board which he did. Small crack with little to low amperage jumpers are not the issue. Did you see how many cracks were on this circuit board? If you had no other board then that tedious task would need to be done. Thanks grp151 for confirming that the Sam computer can be removed and re-soldered into another board. I'm sure there are those here that never knew that.
  4. ....a Smart hauling a swivel wheel trailer to spin around with potentially fatal outcome. I would have to disagree with that logic. Dragging a wheel in a turn puts more stress on the mounting pins. What would happen if you hit a pothole in a turn? You could do some structual damage to the connection as well as more wear and tear on the tire. The non swivel is like having a hockey stick sweeping the road left to right as you complete a turn. That tire would go bald very quickly with city driving scraping away the rubber on every turn especially with a heavy load. The swivel put less stress as it doesn't resist movement as a non swivel one would
  5. Well I'm glad the price of these cars are finally going up in value. I think this is a misprint but the other one looks legit. Its one thing for the asking price, its another when or if it sells for that amount! http://www.smartcarclassifieds.com/index.php?mod=re_search&type=1&ad=398 http://www.smartcarclassifieds.com/index.php?mod=re_search&type=1&ad=307
  6. I like the ground affects! Once you paint it to match the green color it will look complete! Of coarse that is only my opinion
  7. Really! Really! Your not going to share this hidden knowledge that has been kept a secret for the last hundred years!! Well I never! How much cash are we talking here for this piece of info Tolsen?
  8. I think this is a brilliant solution for carrying a small ladder or other large objects by using this rear mount setup and a FOAM front rack instead of a metal one shown here!
  9. What still no reply? Sounds to me like no one really knows this answer
  10. Con's : ~ there can be a small amount of blow-by inside the valve body/cartridge area that 'could' eventually lead to a re-occurrence of the sticking/blocking. Nobody has tried this to determine how much longer this would take than the normal position. Chances are you'll never have the car long enough to know. Just wondering if rotating the cartridge 180 degrees has proven to be successful?
  11. Nigel I'm pretty sure he reads this forum quite frequently. I'll just wait for a reply.
  12. Does this bike rack come with a back plate that needs to be maneuvered up through the body panel after drilling the pilot and bolt hole?
  13. Could you please be a little more specific in the upper mount installation? I found evilutions explanation a wee bit confusing since I have never seen or installed a bike rack on a smart.