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bubbadewsky

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  1. bubbadewsky

    Chrome clad wheels

    if they are very good they will sell
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    chrome clad tire change

    Has anyone had rims gouged during tire change or balance. Dealer already replaced one and just destroyed another. Glad they are being responsible. They have a so called state of art changer and balancer. One was while changing and other on balance machine
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    Chrome clad wheels

    Has anyone tried replacement plastic clad covers on their 20 in wheels there is a place called hubcap haven that sells them they look good and good price....what do you think phone 877 482 4283 hubcaphaven.com
  4. bubbadewsky

    Dried blood on headliner

    Unfortunately they would not tell me but since you are not local maybe they will tell you or if possible stop by...Nelson Auto Sales ...Ridgeley, WV.
  5. Was on headliner for over a month, two spots both the size of a quarter. Took it to a used car lot that has an excellent detail shop. Half hour later blood gone and looks like new again
  6. bubbadewsky

    Did you guys read that ?

    Reread the post if you use a long enough transparent hose you can see when the dirty oil gets close to the engine. I used an icemaker hose and the oil was drained several feet before reaching engine. As far as asking a ford dealer, they all say you do not need to change ptu oil for 100,000 miles. Now what is the stupidest post
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    You already have a vacuum pump to change PTU oil

    are you a trouble maker or just afool
  8. bubbadewsky

    You already have a vacuum pump to change PTU oil

    2015 ford edge ptu drain plug with reinforced metal
  9. bubbadewsky

    You already have a vacuum pump to change PTU oil

    Seen a pic of a new style PTU somewhere and the metal around the drain plug has a thick reinfored area
  10. bubbadewsky

    You already have a vacuum pump to change PTU oil

    If you do not have a vac pump this will work with minimal expense.....why do you think this is a bad idea I already drained my PTU with 20 ft hose connected to manifold not a drop of oil reached engine ...sucked out approx. 14 oz
  11. bubbadewsky

    You already have a vacuum pump to change PTU oil

    If you do not have a vac pump this will work with minimal expense.....why do you think this is a bad idea I already drained my PTU with 20 ft hose connected to manifold not a drop of oil reached engine ...sucked out approx. 14 oz ofcourse it's hard to get exact measurement since some oil remains in the hose When you drill a drain plug hole there is a chance of stripping the threads. If you compare an older PTU with the new drain plug style you will see extra reinforced metal around the plug
  12. You can connect a long transparent rubber hose to any vac. line that goes directly to the intake manifold (brake booster, PCV line) if you run the end of the line into the PTU or RDU fill plug you can suck out the fluid by starting the engine thus applying vacuum to the line....Be careful as not to suck out too much at one time as oil will not compress in the engine cylinders. If you go slow all that will enter the intake manifod is oil mist If your home made line is long enough it may empty the PTU before any oil reaches the manifold (in this case no microscopic metal fragments will enter the manifold)
  13. That may be a casting number. I need the same part only for the left rear door on a 2014 Edge. Mine has a scar from a dog crate. Most of it rubbed out but I don't want to rub down to black plastic (is that silver paint on black plastic????) Ford told me you have to order the whole door panel and junk yards most likely only sell the whole panel. If you find out anything let me know
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    gas tank capacity at empty

    I just added 19 gal to my 2014 AWD edge.....gauge said 1 mi to empty
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