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03/03/15 Review of Gasoline

GasolineThe professional investors must profit by anticipating future trends and events rather than chasing old news. This is done by following the invisible hand or message of the market. That message, the simultaneous study of the the cycle of accu...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Mar 9, 2015

02/24/15 Review of Gasoline

GasolineThe professional investors must profit by anticipating future trends and events rather than chasing old news. This is done by following the invisible hand or message of the market. That message, the simultaneous study of the the cycle of accu...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Mar 1, 2015

How to Wipe Out Gasoline Odor in Carpet

A little gas on your shoes spells big trouble for your carpet. No matter how careful you are when filling up your vehicle, it is likely you will eventually end up with gasoline in your car’s carpet. Even a small amount of gas creates a powerful...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Feb 21, 2015

How to Clean Wheel Bearings

Wheel bearings ensure a smooth ride and are present in all types of vehicles, from cars to motorcycles. Even skateboards have wheel bearings. As you might imagine, a bearing can get quite dirty, being part of the wheel assembly, and must be cleaned a...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Feb 20, 2015

Brownie Cake with Salted Caramel and Chocolate Bombs

This is a brownie made in a nice round shape so that it can be served for dessert. A brownie is perfect at any time but imagine eating it with ice cream and salted caramel sauce. Sounds good don’t you think? Last week I made a cake and took it...
by My Kitchen Stories on Feb 9, 2015

Tank Removal in a GMC Envoy

The tank in a GMC Envoy stores the gasoline that the engine needs to run. These tanks sit low on the chassis, and they are susceptible to impact or damage from large rocks or impact in a collision. This tank also holds the fuel sending unit and fuel...

Review of Gasoline

GasolineChina's reserve requirement cut, a policy move expected to support additional lending, has the energy bulls calling bottoms in various energy markets. The bears, having enjoyed a steady decline since July 2014, must respect the potential for...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Feb 6, 2015

Tools to Add Liquid Ballast to Tractor Tires

Improve your tractor’s performance with liquid ballast. Liquid ballast has been used in tractor tires for decades. Ballasting saves fuel and prevents slipping by increasing traction. Ballasting tractor tires improves stability, traction and occ...

What Does a Smog Check Consist Of?

During the past decade, concerns about the negative effects of vehicle emissions on the environment have increased. Every vehicle on the road is required by law to undergo a smog emissions diagnosis to ensure the emitted gases meet state regulations.

How Injector Driver Modules Works

Injector driver modules, also known as IDMs, work with the central computer system and the fuel injection system in a vehicle. Only vehicles with fuel-injection systems will use an injector driver module. Engines that need high pressure fuel injectio...

How to Remove a Harley-Davidson Road Glide Gas Tank

Clearances are so tight on every Harley that removing the fuel tank usually makes engine repair jobs much easier. Since a significant portion of the wiring harness runs under the fuel tank on Road Glides, Harley-Davidson and many aftermarket manufact...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Jan 24, 2015

How to Install a Starter in a ’95 Chevrolet Suburban

The 1995 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 came equipped with a 5.7-liter, 200-horsepower, V-8, gasoline engine that produced 310 foot-pounds of torque. A 190-horsepower, turbodiesel engine was offered as an option. Both engines use a traditional starter with...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Jan 24, 2015

Review of Gasoline

GasolineThe bears have enjoyed a steady decline since July. This decline, driven by a growing bearish majority, lead by oil's collapse, and anticipated by the invisible hand, has frustrated the bulls (chart 2). As long as the world economy continues...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Jan 22, 2015

1999 Ford Ranger Ignition Lock Replacement

Ford introduced the Ranger pickup in 1983 to replace the Courier that was being produced by Mazda. The 1999 Ranger was offered with a choice of a 2.5-liter inline-four, 3.0-liter-V-6 gasoline and flex fuel engines, and a 4.0-liter-V-6. You should rep...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Jan 20, 2015

Rotten Egg or Sulfur Smell Coming from Diesel Exhaust

Diesel exhaust has always had a significant smell compared to the smell of a gasoline engine’s exhaust, but in general it shouldn’t exhibit much of a sulfurous smell. A sulfur or rotten egg smell is exactly that, the presence of hydrogen sulf...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Jan 19, 2015

TO-30 Ferguson Tractor Tune up Specifications

The Ferguson TO-30 was a heavy-duty industrial tractor manufactured during the early 1950s. The single-seat tractor was equipped with a four-cylinder gasoline engine. As with all engines, the TO-30’s engine requires regular maintenance, includi...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Jan 10, 2015

What Kind of Oil Does a 1998 GMC Yukon Use?

The 1998 Yukon from GMC came with a 5.7-liter V-8 Vortec 5700 gasoline engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. General Motors recommends oil certified by the American Petroleum Institute and displays the certification starburst on the bottle.

How Much Oil Does a 02 Dodge With a 5.9 Liter Cummins Turbo Diesel Take?

In 2002, Dodge used the 5.9-liter, inline six-cylinder Cummins diesel engine in its Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 pickup trucks. Depending on the options that the buyer chose, the Cummins diesel engine produced between 215 and 245 horsepower, and between 420...

How to Clean Road Oil Off a Car

Driving through country roads in the summer or driving through freshly-completed construction can leave road oil on your car. If left on the paint for too long, the oil can dry and cause paint to peel away from the surface. Excessive scrubbing of the...

Review of Gasoline - Message of economic weakness (Meltdown) from Periphery

GasolineThe bears have enjoyed a steady decline since July. This decline, driven by a growing bearish majority, lead by oil's collapse, and anticipated by the invisible hand (chart 2), has frustrated the bulls. As long as the world economy continues...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Dec 21, 2014


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