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Old 07-05-2007, 09:33 PM
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Can anyone give me a Hand with my car? I will pay you to help me get this on the road again. All I need help with is the starter, alternator, timing belt, and Misc. connections. Then all that would be left would be the radiator and the turbo which I can do from there. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I also have some extra parts like A head and block that you can get for helping. call me 916 370 8395
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he only needs a full maintnance rebuild comeone guys step up :gay:
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Lol. Yeah! I really jus tneed someone to point out where things go. But a hand wouldnt hurt. Im willing to pay, or give parts or even both...
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i would help you but the plane ticket etc would get expensive Gl man
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Lmfao. Lets go halves?
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Buy a Haynes manual for your car.

They're not awesome, and leave you mildly confused for 5-10 min periods, but they do give you ample walkthroughs for stuff like what you're talking about (alternator, starter, basically anything that bolts up to your car).
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Originally Posted by honeydesean View Post
Buy a Haynes manual for your car.

They're not awesome, and leave you mildly confused for 5-10 min periods, but they do give you ample walkthroughs for stuff like what you're talking about (alternator, starter, basically anything that bolts up to your car).
the enthusiasts manual is well worth the $40.
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Originally Posted by honeydesean View Post
Buy a Haynes manual for your car.

Your better off getting FAQs online. Haynes manual =

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Anyone wanting to make some cash?????????? D:
Or a Tonaue cover??????? (how ever the hell you spell it...)
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dont you have a manual for some of this stuff? I would help you out more if i was closer.
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Ill grab the lap top and take it outside with me and look real close to the pictures lol hope that helps :/
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It always helps me man
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what does that have to do with this? If you dont mind me asking.....
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Cheap local source for starter, alternator, timing belt, and Misc. connections.
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I have them. but thank you kind sir.
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