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Dankashane Jeff - mucho appreciatto. Clear as mud as you say 8-).

My only Q is regarding the vacuum lines mentioned to / from the dizzy. Will this also be clear as mud as to what to do "there"???

Looking forward to it, thanks again.
Hey krauskyp, please PM me your email address and I will send you a couple of diagrams from the Factory Workshop manual that might help you with all of the hoses. I have long since rebuilt my engine, and am now on Electromotive XDi ignition...so I no longer have a "traditional" ignition dizzy.
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Hey krauskyp, please PM me your email address and I will send you a couple of diagrams from the Factory Workshop manual that might help you with all of the hoses. I have long since rebuilt my engine, and am now on Electromotive XDi ignition...so I no longer have a "traditional" ignition dizzy.

Thanks Jeff - PM sent!

Have a great weakend!
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Fellas,

Since we are on this subject I will like to vent also. I have a 06 Dodge Caravan with the friggen buzzer from hell in it. BUZZZZZZ DONG DONG DONG DONG. Mother Father....jeez. I ask my wife does that phuquing buzzer make you insane? "NO" she says "just close the door and put on your seat belt" Some times I dont feel like putting on my forkin seat belt ...just to move this piece out of the forking driveway. I just want to pull my Porsche out of the garage. It truly can turn a nice guy into a neurotic maniac in 3 seconds . Since I quit smoking that kind of annoyance is close to making a savage killer out of me..

HOW LONG DID IT TAKE DODGE TO FIND THE MOST OBNOXIOUS BELL TONE?

DONG! DONG! DONG! "Man your battle stations, this is not a drill"

Then when you finally buckle up.....It keeps dinging for a while. AHHHHHH!

I dont know why...I get this feeling like I'm a Pavlonian experiment. Ring the bell watch the dog get pissed.

BTW I guess I just dont like being told what to do by seat belt Nazis with a DONG.

I'm really OK!

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^That's the funnies thing I've read all day!
Hahahahaha my 550i bimmer "calls out" my passengers or me if not buckled...I just wanna smack it! I'M JUST MOVIN' THE DAMN THING!
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Have a great weakend!
LOL! Freudian slip?
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Amen Sand_Man!

Do what I did, HAMMER TIME! A ball peen after it's out is pretty satisfying!
I gotta agree with you there, les!!! I'm notorious for cursing like a sailor - maybe throw in a few kung-fu wails - when I've just liberated myself of some iritating design element!!! I find it relaxing...though my wife asks, "why do you look and sound so angry, didn't you want THAT part removed?" I guess she just doesn't get my form of yoga.

On a side note, I once took a ball peen hammer to the block of an old lawnmower that finally broke the straw. Oh to see those bits of metal flying as the cylinder head cooling fins went buh-bye! To see the piston crown exposed. WOW! That was a release!
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ohHHhh... don't get me started on old TV sets that misbehave.

...the old take out back and shoot it thing

while it's plugged in. . .
is kind of satisfying in a perverse way, lol
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I gotta agree with you there, les!!! I'm notorious for cursing like a sailor - maybe throw in a few kung-fu wails - when I've just liberated myself of some iritating design element!!! I find it relaxing...though my wife asks, "why do you look and sound so angry, didn't you want THAT part removed?" I guess she just doesn't get my form of yoga.

On a side note, I once took a ball peen hammer to the block of an old lawnmower that finally broke the straw. Oh to see those bits of metal flying as the cylinder head cooling fins went buh-bye! To see the piston crown exposed. WOW! That was a release!
Ball Peen Hammers are nice but not always subtle enough. If you are looking for a little more finesse, an icepick can get the trick done with the offending part still in place! Kinda a KGB kinda thing...
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