I use a Tennis ball hangin from the ceiling and positioned to hit in the center of my windshield <<< If I hit it I better stop quick lol I have 4 inches to spare !!!
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TENNIS BALL...it is easy to set up, costs $1, and you will never trip over it when you are carrying in a load of groceries. position it to meet the rear view mirror mount....
Lucky enough now to have a huge climate controlled barn to park all my vehicles in used todo the tennis ball trick for the 65 cuz it was in the little garage slip. Cheap and easy
No Garage at home here But when I was down in Ga for 2 years I used a old tire in the back of the garage and when I backed in every night my hitch would just go in the middle and the tire would tell me Close enough...
Caution......keep the kids away from Tennis Ball when dad is not home.
Reason ......dad gets home and finds string only, with Baseball Bat on Garage Floor.
............gotta lov' em' though ......Brian from Canada
I have a truck mirror mounted on the back wall of my garage so I can see exactly how close I am. Allows me to park within 1" of the wall. More trustworthy than a tennis ball and nothing dangling to get in the way when doing repairs.
If you are close to a wall i use a piece of tape on the wall and i just open my door and line the edge of the door up with the tape. Works great
Never used anything to aid me, so far didn't need maybe I will set something up.
I put a red brick on floor and outlined it with a marker so if I kick it I know where it belongs
I would start with cleaning the MAF Sensor, and check then for Vacuum Leaks, as doing these 2-items will cost you very little, and may correct
It's a neat idea for sure but I am thinking the cons outweigh the pros on this one:
very quick delivery
I have never cleaned my MAF sensor and my O2 sensors are originaly. I figure cleaning my MAF and replacing my O2 sensors is a good place to start.
EDIT: didnt see Burbans post. enchiladas sound awesome!
Dana: Yuck, doesnt sound good. and the food wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
McClintoc.....correct regarding the Amount of Air "Too Much" the Sensor's provide a reading of the Air:Fuel Ratio leaving the Engine's Cylinders,
They just opened one on M-59(Hall Rd) and I-94. It opened a few months ago
I think it will be great for remote areas or places that it takes sometimes up to a hour to drive to a decent store to get something simple like a socket.
New member here, but not new to the scene. Have a question that I cant seem to get answered on any of the other forums Im a member of. I have an 07 Classic
HHmmm I say PULL!!! Bang!!! There goes another one.... Not sure how well it would work in the busy areas.. like NYC...Just read in todays
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