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1924-2003 Volvo History

May 16th, 2010 · No Comments

The decision to found Volvo was taken by accountant Assar Gabrielsson and engineer Gustaf Larson over a meal of crayfish at the Sturehof Restaurant in Stockholm on 25 July 1924. The two had worked together at SKF and had both been considering the manufacture of a Swedish car for several years. A car built from [...]

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MSD 6 Series Installation Instructions 6A, 6AL, 6T, 6BTM, 6TN, 6ALN

February 10th, 2010 · No Comments

The MSD 6 Series Ignitions feature a capacitive discharge ignition design. The majority of stock ignition systems are inductive ignitions. In an inductive ignition, the coil must store and step up the voltage to maximum strength in between each firing. At higher rpm, since there is less time to charge the coil to full capacity, [...]

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Toyota Supra MA70 – Electrical wiring diagram

October 7th, 2009 · No Comments

This supplement provides information covering changes in the electrical system specifications of the TOYOTA SUPRA which were made in August 1990. Applicable models: MA70 Series For information which is not mentioned in this manual, please refer to the following Electrical Wiring Diagram Manuals.

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VAS for PCs – Immobilizer Quick Reference & FAQs

October 4th, 2009 · No Comments

The Anti-theft Immobilizer system on Audi, Bentley, Lamborghini and Volkswagen vehicles, prevents the engine from being started by unauthorized means. Some vehicle electrical system control modules that monitor or control engine emissions modules are integrated with the Anti-theft Immobilizer systems. Therefore, emissions modules that are replaced must be adapted to the immobilizer system to successfully [...]

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How The Wiring On Your Trailer Should Work

September 26th, 2009 · No Comments

To be highway legal,
a trailer must have running lights (taillights and/or marker lights), turn signals and brake lights. Some trailers even have backup lights. Of course, this means you must tap into the tow vehicle’s electrical system.

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