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View Property Details on Apartments****: *******www.apartments****/summary.aspx?page=summary%26property=101959.603%26partner=video 1 Bedroom Churchill On The Park 7601 Churchill Way Dallas TX 75251 From 635 East, exit Coit Road and take a right. Turn right on Churchill Way and we will be on your right hand side. From 75 South exit Churchill Way. Take a right on Churchill Way and we are on the right past Coit Road. Welcome to Churchill on the Park, an elite community ensuring an ambiance of refinement and relaxation. We are perfectly located in North Dallas, close to retail shops, movie theaters, and many fine restaurants. The city is easily accessible via the Central Expressway, LBJ, and the North Dallas Tollway. A selection of seven generous floor plans with outstanding amenities have been designed specifically with you in mind. A spacious lifestyle provides comfort, quality and excellence. Explore living beyond the ordinary; come home to Churchill on the Park! SPECIALS: $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. 100% on B1's Commission on 12-13 month leases 75% 12 to 13 months 50% Commission on 6-11 month leases. *** Preferred Employers/Senior Citizen Discounts/Students: Receive an additional $25 off your monthly rent, no administrative fee, and we will reimburse you for any utility item connection fees. Prices subject to change at any time. $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. North Dallas Not Applicable 3 Months, 6 Months, 7 Months, 9 Months, 12 Months, 13 Months
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View Property Details on Apartments****: *******www.apartments****/summary.aspx?page=summary%26property=101959.603%26partner=video 2 Bedroom Churchill On The Park 7601 Churchill Way Dallas TX 75251 From 635 East, exit Coit Road and take a right. Turn right on Churchill Way and we will be on your right hand side. From 75 South exit Churchill Way. Take a right on Churchill Way and we are on the right past Coit Road. Welcome to Churchill on the Park, an elite community ensuring an ambiance of refinement and relaxation. We are perfectly located in North Dallas, close to retail shops, movie theaters, and many fine restaurants. The city is easily accessible via the Central Expressway, LBJ, and the North Dallas Tollway. A selection of seven generous floor plans with outstanding amenities have been designed specifically with you in mind. A spacious lifestyle provides comfort, quality and excellence. Explore living beyond the ordinary; come home to Churchill on the Park! SPECIALS: $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. 100% on B1's Commission on 12-13 month leases 75% 12 to 13 months 50% Commission on 6-11 month leases. *** Preferred Employers/Senior Citizen Discounts/Students: Receive an additional $25 off your monthly rent, no administrative fee, and we will reimburse you for any utility item connection fees. Prices subject to change at any time. $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. North Dallas Not Applicable 3 Months, 6 Months, 7 Months, 9 Months, 12 Months, 13 Months
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View Property Details on Apartments****: *******www.apartments****/summary.aspx?page=summary%26property=101959.603%26partner=video 2 Bedroom Churchill On The Park 7601 Churchill Way Dallas TX 75251 From 635 East, exit Coit Road and take a right. Turn right on Churchill Way and we will be on your right hand side. From 75 South exit Churchill Way. Take a right on Churchill Way and we are on the right past Coit Road. Welcome to Churchill on the Park, an elite community ensuring an ambiance of refinement and relaxation. We are perfectly located in North Dallas, close to retail shops, movie theaters, and many fine restaurants. The city is easily accessible via the Central Expressway, LBJ, and the North Dallas Tollway. A selection of seven generous floor plans with outstanding amenities have been designed specifically with you in mind. A spacious lifestyle provides comfort, quality and excellence. Explore living beyond the ordinary; come home to Churchill on the Park! SPECIALS: $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. 100% on B1's Commission on 12-13 month leases 75% 12 to 13 months 50% Commission on 6-11 month leases. *** Preferred Employers/Senior Citizen Discounts/Students: Receive an additional $25 off your monthly rent, no administrative fee, and we will reimburse you for any utility item connection fees. Prices subject to change at any time. $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. North Dallas Not Applicable 3 Months, 6 Months, 7 Months, 9 Months, 12 Months, 13 Months
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View Property Details on Apartments****: *******www.apartments****/summary.aspx?page=summary%26property=101959.603%26partner=video Community Churchill On The Park 7601 Churchill Way Dallas TX 75251 From 635 East, exit Coit Road and take a right. Turn right on Churchill Way and we will be on your right hand side. From 75 South exit Churchill Way. Take a right on Churchill Way and we are on the right past Coit Road. Welcome to Churchill on the Park, an elite community ensuring an ambiance of refinement and relaxation. We are perfectly located in North Dallas, close to retail shops, movie theaters, and many fine restaurants. The city is easily accessible via the Central Expressway, LBJ, and the North Dallas Tollway. A selection of seven generous floor plans with outstanding amenities have been designed specifically with you in mind. A spacious lifestyle provides comfort, quality and excellence. Explore living beyond the ordinary; come home to Churchill on the Park! SPECIALS: $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. 100% on B1's Commission on 12-13 month leases 75% 12 to 13 months 50% Commission on 6-11 month leases. *** Preferred Employers/Senior Citizen Discounts/Students: Receive an additional $25 off your monthly rent, no administrative fee, and we will reimburse you for any utility item connection fees. Prices subject to change at any time. $300-$500 off the 1st full month! Up to $300 Free Move when you move on the 3rd floor or in a vacant unit. North Dallas Not Applicable 3 Months, 6 Months, 7 Months, 9 Months, 12 Months, 13 Months
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Valentine's Day is a time to spend with your special someone and show how much you love one another. Some might give flowers, chocolates, or some other gift, but Stan is probably the only man getting his wife a V Day jingle. Stan and Jenn met each other in Amsterdam. Stan kept thinking she looked familiar, and he was right - turns out they went to high school together! But getting back up to speed, Stan and his lovely Jen have been married for over 5 years and have two sons. Jenn, I hope you like the jingle! Lyrics Since Amsterdam, when you met He knew you were someone he'd never forget Although you've been married almost 2000 days You've never lost his gaze Happy Valentine's Day Jenn From your lover and best friend, Stan
17 Feb 2010
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Testing D011 mounted to FZ1 left Rad Cover and D005/RD52 on right turn signal with gauze taped over mics.
8 Aug 2010
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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.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-This-Old-Trailer-Groundwire.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. The first thing you want to do when you first start working on electrical problems is you want to divide and conquer. You have two parts here, the truck and the trailer. You want to verify which one actually has the problem. Chances are it is going to be on the trailer, but then again you still want to check the truck too. So use a separate light tester, hook a ground not to the frame but to the 4-pull ground itself because this is what is going to carry the ground to the trailer. :52 So we will hook up our ground lead to the tester to the ground, we have our running lights on so we are good to go. We will do the same test with the left turn and right turn. Once we verify our truck is working fine then we can start working on the trailer. The hitch should only be used for pulling purposes, not for anything electrical. And that is the proper way how the trailer should be hooked up to the tow vehicle. 1:19 Just to give you a quick idea how electricity flows in the trailer what happens is the electricity flows through the brown, yellow, and the green wire goes through the lights and has to flow back in a circle like I said, so it all has to come back to ground. On trailers it goes to the frame, and from the trailer it has to go through the ground on the truck. And if there is any interruption it is going to cause the trailer lights not to work at all or do some weird stuff. We have our ground wire right here, as you can see it is loose in the air so it is not going to do you any good. We have wires disconnected so lets go out back and show you what is going to happen when you have no ground wire attached to the trailer.1:54 You can see here we actually have the lights on on the trailer, yet we still have the ground disconnected up front. Basically what is happening is starting to get ground any way it can. In this instance it is getting it through the ball on the truck. Now you get a brand new hitch with everything painted and nice and new, chances are this is not going to work this way. But on an older vehicle, with the parts worn in and used a lot where you still have metal to metal contact it probably will work. However, it is not very good on an electrical system, because when you go down the road you are going to get a constant on off all the time. You have probably seen guys going down the road and see their lights flicker every time they hit a bump. We will shake the trailer and get the same effect. And now we have the turn signal on. Again, the ground is not hooked up front, but it is getting ground from the ball. We will go ahead and shake the trailer again. See how it goes off? That is not good. So to fix that we will go ahead and reattach our ground. 2:51 Go ahead and run the ground screw through the trailer. Now that we have it reattached go ahead and test it back at the other end of the trailer. All right we have the running light circuit back on, go ahead and check the trailer, simulate it bouncing down the road.
22 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2004-mazda-tribute.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 119175 from Tow Ready, and we are going to install this on a 2004 Mazda Tribute. What is going to happen is we are going to have to get behind the tail lights. We are going to attach four wires and a ground on the drivers side, and then run the passengers side wire underneath the bumper and then up to the other tail light. So we will go ahead and begin by taking off the tail lights of the vehicle. OK, for now we will just go ahead and disconnect the tail lights. What we are going to do first is actually install the ground screw into the sheet metal right here, and then we will use that for a ground for our tester. Then we will go ahead and start testing the wire functions. Then we will go ahead and turn on the left-turn signal. We will start touching inside of here to see which one is which. So we know that the green with the white tracer is our turn-signal circuit, so we will go ahead and hook up our wires to that. Yellow is going to be left turn. We are going to use a Scotch lock to make our attachment. You can use any form you like, but this seems to work the best. Then we will go on to our next circuit, which will be the running-light circuit. OK, we have verified that the brown wire right here is our running-light circuit, so we will go ahead and make our connection to that. Next we will check for our brake signal, and all that requires is just holding on the brake pedal. And that verifies that our light green wire will be the brake circuit. So we will attach our red wire to the brake. Then we will take our ground wire and run it to the ground screw that we just had. Next we will take our converter box here and we will attach it to the sheet metal below the tail light here. It is a little bit of a flat area, so we can go ahead and attach to that - it should be enough for it. Then we go ahead and reinstall the tail light itself. All right, now we will go down to the bottom of the car and start routing our wires across. And the rest of this we can simply bundle up and leave off the excess for what you need for your trailer, basically. Then we will just run it out to our chain loop here, and we will just store that out of the way for now. All right, next we will run our green wire. We are going to follow the same path as before, except we are going to go all the way across, behind the bumper. And honestly, at this point right now, I can tell that this is going to be a little bit short, so we are going to add a short extension of wire to it to get up to the tail light. We are just going to add a piece of scrap wire, and we will do that using a butt connector. And we will seal that up with some electrical tape. OK, and then we will just go ahead and push this back up into this cavity up here, and then we will reach down and pull it out. We will go ahead and pull our wire out, and you can tell it is just a little bit shy of reaching, so it is a good thing we had that extra bit of wire. Now we will go ahead and test the wires again for our turn signal. OK, it looks like the right turn is going to be white with a blue stripe on it. We will just go ahead and make our connection to that. And at this point we can go ahead and take up any extra slack we need to maybe zip-tie it to the harness here some more, and then reinstall our tail light assembly. And that pretty much covers the install of part number 119175 from Tow Ready.
22 Oct 2010
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It's not a race car but it runs well (we have one). You don't need batteries but you do need a sunny day to get it charged up and ready to run -- it doesn't have to be outside, just sit it by a sunny window. The push-button controller plugs in on the back of the car so you can charge it and the car at once (and it helps keep the controller from getting separated and lost). New Bright Full Function Radio Control Cars and Buggies are recommended for ages 5 and up. Read the box or description because age recommendations on specific vehicles can vary. Cars are usually 6V (1:14 and smaller) or 9.6V (1:10 and larger) and come with a charger. Vehicles come in either 27MHz or 49MHz frequencies. Not all models come in both frequencies. New Bright models vary from time to time. Most of these New Bright cars and buggies are full function (4 directions) with forward/reverse and left/right steering. The Solar car has buttons on its controller for forward/reverse and left/right turning. China supplier: Email : fangzhengcnhotmail**** Skype ID : chanceller819 *******chinagift.en.ecplaza****
24 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2003-saturn-vue.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2003 Saturn Vue we will be installing the converter part number 119130. The harness we are going to be installing is a hard wire harness. We are going to need to access the wires behind the tail light assembly in order to hard wire it in. To gain access to those we actually need to take the tail lights themselves off. To do that we have two screws here on the inboard side that we need to remove. That should allow us to get our tail light off. :24 With the tail light removed you can see we have the wires here that we are going to need to connect to. I am going to cut back the tape a little bit. With our wires pulled out here we can go ahead and start testing our functions. Over here on the driver side, on the harness what we need to test for is the brake light, left turn, and the running lights. :56 I am going to start by testing for the left turn function here, that appears to be the yellow wire. Next we will test for the running light function, that appears to be the brown wire. And last we are going to test for the brakes, which appears to be the blue wire. We can take our harness now and go ahead and make the connections to those wires. To make our connections we are going to be using scotch locks, the bundle of wires we are looking at for the drivers side. I've got the red that is going to be connecting to the blue wire which is our brake feed. The yellow wire will connect to the yellow wire as our left turn signal. The brown will be connecting to the brown for our running lights. We also have a white wire here with a ring terminal on it, that is our ground wire. We need to find a substantial metal point here to actually take a self tapping screw and ground it. Next we are going to take the four pole end of our converter as well as the green wire and feed those through the opening here in between the body and the bumper. And then finally, I am going to take the converter box here, you can see on the backside we have some double sided tape, and adhere that right in between the opening here and adhere it to the inside of the body structure. We want to tape up our connections and put our tail light assembly back on and go underneath the vehicle where we can continue routing our wires. 2:27 Now that we are underneath the vehicle we can route the wires across. You can see we have straps holding the fascia to the bottom of the bumper here. that is going to provide a good point to route the wires behind. That should help them from getting pinched as well as avoiding our hot point like our exhaust right here. The four pole I am just going to stop here at the center of the vehicle, we can tie that off and the green wire we can continue routing across. What we are going to run into is that our green wire is not quiet long enough to reach all the way up to our passenger side tail light so we are going to need to extend this wire. Now we will go to our passenger side tail light where we will test for our left turn wire. Through testing we found it is the dark green wire here, which is our right turn signal, the same color we are using here. I am going to shorten the length of our wire and make the connection. Go ahead and tape that up as well and reinstall our tail light. You might want to take an extra look below and make sure you do not have any extra wires hanging down loose. Then our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 119130 on this 2003 Saturn Vue. What we are going to run into is that our green wire is not quiet long enough to reach all the way up to our passenger side tail light. So we are going to need to go ahead and extend this wire. Now we will go up to the passenger-side tail light and test for our right turn wire. Through testing we found it is actually the dark green wire here which is our right-turn signal, the same color that we are using here. And I am going to just shorten the length of my wire and make our connection. All right go ahead and tape that up as well. And we will just go ahead and put our tail light back on. And you might want to just take another look below to make sure we do not have any extra wires hanging down loose. Then our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 119130 on a 2003 Saturn Vue.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-This-Old-Trailer-Wiring-Shorts.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on This Old Trailer, we are going to discuss electrical shorts on the trailer itself. Basically we are going to talk about if you plug up your trailer and you find out that you have a blown fuse and the tail light does not work, the running light does not work. We will go through this trailer we have here and try to find some problems with it and show you what to look for. Basically when you are dealing with a short you are going to look for physical evidence. And that means tracing the wire from the front all the way out back. So what is going to happen is basically we are going to start at the plug. Generally it is going to be somewhere down here that has a problem like it has extra extra long length here and it is going to be dragging on the ground so it gets some road rash in there. Your running light and your ground wires could fray and touch each other causing a short that way. Just work your way on down and then a lot of times the wire lays against the steel of the trailer. Sometimes it is a vibration like this will cause that problem also. Or one of the wires, part of the wire will grind against the frame causing a short. There is nothing here so you just keep working your way down where the wire goes through the loop here or through the hole in the steel. If it is really tight it could vibrate and cause a short that way. Which is usually not much of a problem. Whenever there is wire lying on metal somewhere, always check there first for a short. And you can not really see it. Maybe just take your fingers and feel the wire. If you feel anything that is out of place, and we can feel there is something right here. Let us pull it out and take a look. It looks like the gray wire has got a nick in it. It has been like that for a while too because it is a dark color it is not a shiny copper. All right we will go ahead and give this a quick fix. Basically we are just going split the brown wire away from the other two. And just pull it away just to get it started just like I did. Okay. And sometimes there is a small nick you can probably just get away with just cutting it in half and stripping the wires a little bit on each side. If you have got enough wire you can actually go ahead and just slice the butt connector right into place. If it was a little farther apart or a really big section like we are dealing with here you might want to go ahead and just put a small section of wiring and two new connections in there too. And this is right at the end so since these are kind of corroded up and your fresh wire is here, it is better to connect to that so let us go ahead and pull it out a little bit more and we will just put a new section in. Again, if there is just a one time deal then this is fine but if you are going to have like three or four of these places in your trailers, especially an older one, that has been sitting for a while, you might want to go ahead and just replace the entire harness because the more connection you have the more liability one of these coming loose. Start with fresh wire.03:27. And actually this type of short is a perfect example of an intermittent short. Or sometimes you go down the road and you blow a fuse and then you put a new one in and it does not do it for a while, that is because these wires have been bouncing back and forth on the frame so when it hits the right bump, they will short out and you will not know what is going on. Okay, and we will just go ahead and just cover up our connection from the electric tape and we will give it a test. And this is only for our running light circuit. The short one that will not bother any other instances of left turn or right turn both have their own fuses on the vehicle. All right, once you have got your connection made, then it is a good time to go ahead and try it again. Now if this does not work again the chances are you might be dealing with another short somewhere else down the line. Chances are it is usually just one short causing the problem. We do not have our truck handy, we are just going to plug this into our own power supply. You could easily do this at home with a couple of wires coming off the back of your towing vehicle and just put the wires to the correct terminals temporarily testing it that way. All right, we have got our power supply on. We have got the running light circuit turned on. And so far it has not been shortened out but I think we are good with that circuit. It is always a good idea to inspect the rest of the wiring just in case. The same way we did before. 05:24
30 Oct 2010
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