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Old 11-02-2011, 10:08 AM
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Any thoughts about squirting brake kleen up inside that reservoir?
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Old 11-02-2011, 12:41 PM
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DO NOT LISTEN TO BILL HEWITT!
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:19 PM
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LOL Mitch, couldn't have said it any better
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Brake cleaner?? WTF?.?.?

Try carb cleaner if your WIF light pops on and won't go off after draining it.

Just another example of an idiot with a camcorder.............
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:35 PM
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Hell my water in fuel light goes on and I don't even have a HFCM on my truck. I'm going to try some brake cleaner on the frame where it used to be and see if that helps.
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LMFAO Priceless
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my WIF light comes on when the temps drop below 30* cleaned drain or not... I drain my separator once a week and cleaned my sensor a few times... I probably should be using brake cleaner to clean the sensor
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"Ladies and Gentlemen, These are hard times." I know it's true, just not something to you expect to see in a video on vehicle maintenence.

Why does it seem that he's hollering during his vids???
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"Ladies and Gentlemen, These are hard times." I know it's true, just not something to you expect to see in a video on vehicle maintenence.

Why does it seem that he's hollering during his vids???
If the people won't listen...TALK LOUDER!
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This is all too good lol

PgreenSVT, why don't you have an hfcm?
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