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2019 August
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    • Ford is recalling its newer F-Series trucks for two separate issues, the company announced Thursday. The 2019-2020 F-150 is being recalled to address improperly secured battery cables; the 2018-2019 Super Duty is being recalled to correct an issue with its headlight control modules. The first recall pertains to 2019-2020 F-150s built at the...View the full article
    • The 2020 Audi Q5 is a luxury crossover so popular that some drivers may have a hard time finding theirs in a parking lot. That popularity is no accident. Audi's best seller is an excellent choice in a field of highly competitive compact crossovers from Germany, Asia, and the U.S. We score the latest version of the Q5 at 7.2 out of 10 on account of...View the full article
    • I'm installing a MSD ready to run distributor and the cap has male terminals like a HEI, can a set of small block Chevy HEI spark plug wires fit ? so I don't have to make my own wires an would be cheaper in the long run 
    • Nissan announced this month that they would recall more than 394,000 vehicles equipped with a faulty brake seal that could leak fluid and potentially cause a fire. In paperwork filed with federal regulators Nov. 8, Nissan said actuators included in the anti-lock braking systems may have a loose seal and leak fluid. In its filing it said 2015-2018...View the full article
    • Just finished putting an L83 and 6l80 in my '63 Catalina. 6 months of steady work to get the thing in right. Pulled all the front end sheet metal off so nothing was in the way for the install. Put all the front end sheet metal back on and when I went to screw the headlight bezels on I found that the plastic buttons were breaking up. Not surprising considering their age. I found clips and fasteners on line and it appears that they have everything imaginable in that line. Called them up because a lot of their stuff does not contain dimensions with the picture. Whoever answered the phone stated that he needed a factory part number, he couldn't give me sizing information. Soooo can anyone give me a source of supply or a factory part number.
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