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Watch this Latino wife completely get out of hand as she uses a hammer to break the car windows and the front bumper with her little kid inside.
19 Jul 2017
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This is a visible proof of the myth that cats are actually liquid. Look at these tiny little adorable kittens sitting inside wine glasses so comfily.
23 May 2019
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That is the feeling you actually get sitting inside a ralley-car. felling dizzy already?
21 May 2006
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best part is, standing by the doors, even though on sundays when the world is off, mumabites dont sit inside the train, the enjoy by standing by the doors, just like me , of course. i love mumbai, to love it, you gotta be there.
2 Jan 2007
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Unmistakebly MINI! Special features everywhere!A joy to drive and even just to sit inside. This style gets you passionate! Take a personal tour with Dr. Kay Segler, Vice President of MINI Brand Management and jump into the MINI Clubman. The other MINI.
19 Sep 2007
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So your iPod went to that electronics graveyard in the sky, and you replaced it with a non-Apple MP3 player. But your music library still sits inside iTunes, complete with painstakingly crafted playlists that you'd rather not lose. Here's how to sync your iTunes playlist data and music with a non-iPod player.
5 May 2009
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One of the dangers of polar expeditions are the violent storms (pitoraqs) that can appear suddenly and without warning. The only way to survive such a storm is to tie down the tent really well, sit inside, leaning against the tent poles for extra support, and pray...
13 Mar 2009
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*******www.shurlockrowgarage****** This is a stunning Chrysler 300C 3.5 V6 Automatic saloon having covered just 13,000 miles from new and sitting inside this car, you can still smell that 'new-car smell'. If only I could bottle it! For more details on this vehicle and a selection of other quality used cars, simply click on the link to our web site.
21 Oct 2009
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*******www.bayareafreshwaterfishing****/ Did you know that up to 80 per cent of the dust in the air you're breathing right now (assuming you are sitting inside) is made up of dead skin? Human flesh is the most common form of dust in the air, and makes up the bulk of what's known as indoor air pollution. So far, over 350 different types of indoor air pollution have been identified. Some common ones include pet dander, viruses, molds, pollen, cleaning chemicals, and solvents from furniture, construction, and clothes.
6 Jul 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-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 are going to be installing Curt hitch part number 13591. We are underneath the vehicle, we are going to point out the mounting holes for our trailer hitch. Starting at the center of the vehicle, just below the bumper we have two existing holes, these are going to provide our two center most attaching points for our trailer hitch. Into those two hole we are going to be mounting the 1/ 2 inch carriage bolt along with the 1-1/2 by 2 inch block. If we move to the outboard side of the frame, we have two existing weld nuts here at the end of the frame rail, one on top of each other, these are going to provide the two attaching points on the side of the frame. That is going to be the same on both the driver and passenger side. :37 There is a good chance that these weld nuts are going to have some corrosion built up into them. This is on any vehicle that has seen one winter. The first thing we want to do is clean those out thoroughly. To do that I am going to be using a spray lubricant, like a WD-40 and a wire brush. You may need to do that a couple of times to ensure the road grime and debris is broken and loosened up inside there. It might not be bad idea to test fit the bolt a few times to ensure it will not give you any trouble when you go to put the hitch up in position. You will want to do this for all four of the weld nuts. 1:06 In the two weld nuts on the side of the frame we will be using the new 12 millimeter nuts along with a conical tooth washer that is provided in the hardware kit. Again, to fish wire we want to take the threaded end of the bolt leader and start with one of the square holes here at the bottom of the bumper structure. We are going to feed that all the way out to the end of the bumper structure, we will start with the block, slide it on to the bolt leader, followed by the carriage bolt. We are going to take the threads of the carriage bolt and wrap it with the threads of the bolt leader. We will take the other end of the bolt leader here and pull it and start feeding the carriage bolt and block through the frame and into position. If you are having trouble getting the block to align inside the frame, it could be because this block has an offset to it. If the block ends up sitting inside the frame like so, its likely not to align with the hole in the bottom of the frame. What you want to do is orient it so it is sitting sideways like so, so it will align properly with the hole in the bottom of the frame. 2:15 We will go ahead and put our hitch up into position now. We are going to attach the hitch to the carriage bolts here at the bottom of the frame first. We are going to attach the hitch to those carriage bolts using the 1/2 inch flange nuts provided with the hitch installation kit. We want to leave these loosely installed until we get all our hardware in position, and then we will go ahead and tighten them up. We will go to the side of the frame and put our 12 millimeter bolts in. With all the hardware in place we can start tightening down our bolts. When we tighten down our bolts you want to tighten the center ones down first then the ones on the outside of the frame. With all the bolts tightened down we are going to go through and torque them down. You want to check with the directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. 3:04 Now that we have our trailer hitch installed we want to give you a couple dimensions that might make choosing your hitch accessories a little bit easier. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is going to measure 13-3/4 inches. From the center of the pin hole to clear the rear edge of the bumper is going to be approximately 4-3/4 inches. This will conclude the installation of Curt hitch part number 13591 on a 2003 Saturn Vue.
22 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-FAQ-Inspecting-Hub-and-Bearings.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. First off we will go ahead and take off the dust cap. In this case it is a bearing buddy. Next is taking out the locking pin, the cotter pin that goes through the center here. Once you have that lock washer off, just go ahead and take off the nut and pull your whole hub off. Now we are going to go ahead and inspect the hub and bearings here. Take off the bearings on the outside and just wipe them down really good to clean them up. When you get down the the rollers here you want to make sure there are not any chips or discoloration. Wear marks are fine as long as they are slight, but you do not want any discoloration what so ever. When that is all good take a look at the outside cage itself, make sure it is not dented up or anything like that. When you them they can get dented up pretty easy and you will need to get a new bearing. Clean them up really good, get all the grease out of it, you do not want to mix two different types of greases together. What happens is that the grease can deteriorate faster than normal or not have the same wear properties as pure grease, so it is always good idea to get as much out of there and start with fresh grease. As you can see all the rollers are nice and shiny with hardly any wear marks so that means it has been sitting there just fine, had plenty of grease so we will go ahead and put some more grease in and put it back together. Taking out a seal, there is no real good way of doing it. One way is using a small chisel or old screw driver and just getting behind the seal here, getting an edge behind it and popping it out. This is one of the best ways to get it out. Push it up on one side and pop it out. Make sure when you go through you do not damage the the bearing, we will check that out once you clean that one up too. As you can see here we have our bearing cleaned up here. And again there is a little bit of wear, you can see it but you cant touch or feel it with your fingernail or anything like that so chances are you are good to go. You can check the cage around the bearing, that is nice. As long as it stays round they are good. Clean grease from race and hubs. Now since grease contaminated this one, we are going to clean out the whole inside of the drum itself and also get down to the races and inspect those next Same procedure as the bearings, go ahead and get those cleared off as good as you can. And again wear is okay but gouges are not so you can just run your finger over it, try to catch something on your fingernail. Again if you do not feel anything you are in pretty good shape. Make sure there is no discoloration, so that is fine. Chances are if the bearings look good the race is going to look good too. You only have to take these out. So we do the same thing, flip it over and check the other side. Alright next we will start repacking the hub, just take a little bit of grease and put it right where the race is, the bearing will ride on the surface. In a way too much is never enough, but on the same token if it does not fit on the raceway it is being wasted. Next thing you will do is pack your bearing, palm of your hand and just pack the bearing that way. Do it until you have everything packed inside there, roll the rollers a bit to get it all worked in there, and go ahead and put it in your hub. Basically what happens is the seal sits inside here and gets driven down equally all the way around so this top half is flush with the bottom half. So basically you can use an over sized socket. I will flip it over for the outside bearing and basically do the same thing over again. It is also a good idea to put a light coat of grease on the spindle to help ease the bearings back on. Put it on as far as it will go. Then we will reinstall. Put our flat washer on there, then put our castle nut back on. Just gong to take our channel locks here and just run it down until it stops and back it off a few times. Just get a feel for it and make sure the hub spins okay. If one of these pins covers up the hole then go ahead and back it off one and that is the proper adjustment. And when you have it adjusted go ahead and install your cotter pin and bring it around and bring this one around too. Then you can put your dust cap back on. When you get started you can use a wooden block to drive the rest of it in.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2009-nissan-rouge.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118480 on a 2009 Nissan Rogue. We have opened up the rear hatch of the vehicle and we are going to go ahead and point out where we need to locate the connection points for our wiring harness. The connection points are actually located behind the tail light assemblies, on the inside of the vehicle, behind these panels, on both sides of the vehicle. To gain access to those, we are going to need to remove quite a few items here from the rear end of the vehicle. To release these screws here, you actually want to align the arrows. There is an arrow here on the inboard side, along with the arrow on the knob. If you align those two, it will allow these two clips to release. There are also three screws here that are holding this compartment in that we are going to need to remove as well. OK, once we have got the interior removed, the connection point we are looking for is going to be right behind here, so we will need to go ahead and pop these panels back. To do so, I am just going to take a basic pry tool and release the push rivets that are inside here on the inner wall. Then I am just going to pry this away. And you can see right here, attached behind the wiring harness, is the white connector that we are looking for. So we are going to locate that one on the drivers side as well. We will start by disconnecting those on both sides, and we will go ahead and plug our harness in line. Here on the drivers side we want to plug in the connector with the yellow and brown wires. And you can see here we have got a white wire with a ring terminal on it that is our ground connection. We are going to need to find a suitable grounding point for this. As you can see just above where we connected our T-connector there is a common grounding point. We can go ahead and tap this in right there. Now we will take the connector that has the red and green wires we will route it behind the threshold piece that we removed here, and then plug it into the passengers side to the attaching point. And the next thing we want to do is take our Modulite box - and you can see we have got an open-ended red wire here - that is going to be the positive lead. Then we are actually going to connect the black bundle of wire that comes with the installation kit, too, and we are going to route that all the way to the front and hook it to the positive side of the battery. We will go ahead and tape it up. Then next we want to find a suitable mounting point for the Modulite box itself. You can see on the back side it has got double-sided tape. I am going to go ahead and adhere that in behind here on the drivers side. The 4-pole portion of the harness is actually going to stay inside the vehicle. So, we will leave that sitting inside here for the time being. And again, next we are going to go ahead and figure out which grommet we are going to use. And after looking underneath the vehicle, it looks like it is a good grommet location for us to run our wire through. What I am going to do is go ahead and take the grommet itself, and I am just going to puncture a little hole right in the middle and then just run the black wire through that, underneath the vehicle. And then we can just pop our grommet right back into place. We are pretty much done inside the vehicle now and we can go ahead and put the interior back together. Then we will go back under the vehicle and route our wire up to the battery. And then for storage, again, we are just going to leave it in this compartment here. Just pull it out when you want to go ahead and use it. Close the hatch on it it is not going to hurt anything. The weatherstripping will keep it from getting pinched. Again, when you want to go ahead and store it, you can just leave it inside here. OK, we are back underneath the vehicle now, and we are getting ready to route our black wire up to the front of the vehicle, up to the battery. You want to make sure that when routing the wire you avoid any pinch points or hot spots. OK, now we are up under the hood, and you can see we have got our wire routed all the way up to the battery. We are going to go ahead and make our connection here to the positive side of the battery. What we are actually going to use to make our connection is the fuse holder here. What we are going to do is cut it in half, and on the one end we will apply this ring terminal and connect it directly to the battery. On the other end we will apply the butt connector and butt connect it to the black wire here. OK, and then we are just going to attach the black wire. I am going to go ahead, since I have got extra length, I am just going to go ahead and cut it down a little bit. And you always want to give it a good tug to make sure you have got a nice, strong connection there. You supply the fuse into the fuse holder. And then we just want to go ahead and suture up any loose wires that we may have left over, and our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118480 on a 2009 Nissan Rogue.
30 Oct 2010
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