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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-1995-buick-lesabre.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1995 Buick Le Sabre we are going to install part number 18172 from Tow Ready. On this vehicle, what is nice about the wire harness is it is run down one side, so all you have to do is pull back the cover and get to the wiring harness. What is nice about all the GM products is it is almost color for color match up. It is always a good idea to double check everything. We are going to need a ground to do that with, so just install a ground screw into the sheet metal right here. :24 The first thing we are going to want to check out is the running light circuit. That means we are going to hook up brown to brown, because brown on a four pole wiring harness is going to be running lights also. We will go ahead and put our scotch lock on. The left turn on a four pole flat wiring harness is going to be yellow. So we will find yellow, the left turn signal right here. Go ahead and check our right turn signal, the green wire here is on the passenger side of the vehicle too, so it might be the same wire. It is always a good idea to check it to make sure, so we know it is our right turn signal. :59 It is going to be everything from this side which is really nice. What we are going to do next is go ahead and put a ground terminal on our white wire here and ground it to the ground screw we made earlier. All right we will bundle our wire loom up the best we can. With a few simple steps this is a pretty easy install. Put everything back together. This four pole flat will stay in the inside of the vehicle when it is not being used. When you need to use it you can pull it out and shut the trunk on it. The door seal is plenty thick so it will not hurt the wire. Shut the trunk and pull out what you need down to the trailer hitch. That pretty much finished our install of part number 18172 from Tow Ready.
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-1995-buick-lesabre.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1995 Buick LeSabre, we are going to install part number 24625 from Draw-tite. Our first step involved is actually taking out this inboard bolt right here for the energy absorber and loosening this bracket. The hitch is going to sit on top of the energy absorber and the bracket is going to sit on top of that, so that means we are going to have to take this bolt out. It gets replaced and this one here we are going to take loose, put some spacers behind it, and then put it back together. So the bracket will match the width of the hitch itself. We are going to have to do that on both sides. :30 We are looking at the drivers side then we are going to have to go over to the passenger side and do the same thing but at least it does not have an exhaust bracket there. We just have to take out the bolts on that side. We are just going to let this go, hold it out of our way. We will go back over to the passenger side. At this point we can go ahead and put the hitch up into position. What we are going to do is see what all we have to modify to put the hitch up into place. That means some rivets and the heat shield since the hitch arms have to flat on the frame itself. 1:03 And what we are going to do is use a marker and just put a line in for our arm where the hitch is going to sit. If there are any rivets between the hitch and the frame what we will do is drill them out or grind them down flat. All right, and we will do the same practice with the marker, go ahead and mark holes to drill out with using the hitch as a template. You can see where our marker lines are on the heat shield and the two rivets are right in the middle of it, so basically you will either have to grind these down flat. The heat shield can stay there, but these rivets are a little bit too thick. In our case we are going to drill them out and the heat shield will stay sandwiched between the hitch and the frame. So before we do that we are going to drill out make some pilot holes for our u bolts to attach the hitch to the frame. 1:42 All right we will go ahead and start taking out the rivets Okay before we start drilling this last one out, let us go ahead and drill these out to the proper size for our u bolts that way we do not have the heat shield flopping around while we are drilling. Then we will take out our last rivet Let us go ahead and in our u bolts. It is going to go in one existing hole, then put it through to the other side. Do the same thing back over on the passenger side. 2:21 All right, what we will do next is go ahead and put our hitch back up into position. You can see here the hitch is going to sit on top of the heat shield and then flat on the frame itself. Now we will go ahead and put our hanger in position here, so we are just going to take our bolt back out, the temporary we used just to hold the hitch up. We will go ahead and install a new bolt and some washers to take up this gap right here. Put about three washers in there, run the bolt through, and we will do that to the same bolt on the inboard side. Alright, now that we have got everything started, let us go ahead and snug all the bolts down then we will torque them down as specified in the instructions. All right and there you have it for part number 24625 from Draw-tite.
22 Oct 2010
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Jimmy Page & Robert Plant with the Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra and and Egyptian Ensemble "Pharaohs". Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, California 1995
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ROBBY LOCHNER AND ROBERT SCOTT FITZGERALD IN ROBERTS FAULTLINE PRE-PRODUCTION WRITING TACKS "1995:
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ROBERT SCOTT FITZGERALD RECORDING AT FAULTLINE PRE-PRODUCTION IN "1995".
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ROBERT SCOTT FITZGERALD RECORDING ELECTRIC TRACS IN "1995".
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ROBERT SCOTT FITZGERALD LAYING TRACKS ONELECTRICS 1995.
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ROBERT SCOTT FITZGERALD LAYING ACUSTIC TRACKS IN HIS FAULTLINE PRE-PRODUCTION IN "1995"
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Robby Lochner and Robert Scott Fitzgeralds riff and battery in play at Roberts Faultline pre-production. Recorded "1995" following Robby Lochners departure from Rob Halfords FIGHT tour. Insperation to create this video inspired by Zakk Wylde on Ozzys Osborne's "2002" Live At The Budakon ! Video by Robert Scott Fitzgerald "2011"
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عبدالله المصري رباعي غيتار - 1995
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Edoardo Bennato - Intro parlato +Cerco il mio amore (Unplugged Live 1995)
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Edoardo Bennato - Intro parlato + Tutti (Unplugged Live 1995)
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2004 Gretsch Brian Setzer G6120SHL Hollowbody Lime Gold w/OHSC The smokin’ Brian Setzer tone come alive with this gleaming beauty! The original Hot Rod Filter-Tron hum buckers in an arched top with 1959 style bracing, a 2 piece maple neck, 22 frets, with a 9.45” radius Ebony fingerboard with a 1 11/16” nut, 24.6“ scale length. The hardware includes a pinned Rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge, Gretsch Bigsby Vibrto tailpiece, 3 position toggle switch, Chrome plated hardware, Gloss Urethane Lime Gold finish, and Deluxe Sperzel Nickel-Plated Die-Cast locking tuning machines. Other features: Chrome Hot Rod plate on headstock, Neo-Classic “Thumbnail” inlay position markers, bound fingerboard, multiply body bindings, Delrin nut, Silver Plexi pick guard with Hot Rod Graphic, Knurled strap retainer knobs, adjustable truss rod. Deluxe Hardshell Case included (G6241) $1995.00 Call 315-782-3604 for more information. Dr. Guitar Music Watertown, NY
13 Oct 2011
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Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)
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Actuación de Marlene Mourreau en "El Semáforo" (Televisión Española, 1995-1999)
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Videoclip grabado en gran parte en Tabernas (Almería). Let Me Live es la tercera canción y quinto sencillo del disco Made In Heaven, realizado en 1995 por la banda de Rock inglesa Queen. La voz líder recae en Freddie Mercury para el primer verso, el segundo Roger Taylor y el tercero en Brian May, durante el coro los 4 miembros cantan incluyendo el un coro que le da un sonido mas parecido a un gospel. Se decía que la historia del tema aludía a la lucha de Freddie contra el SIDA, algo que pierde sustento al saberse que el tema tiene su origen en 1983, bastante antes de que Freddie se supiese portador de la enfermedad.
15 Nov 2011
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