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  • #16
    Not really a special tool and I doubt that it exists but if it does. I WANT ONE!
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    67.5 Roadster project
    71 510 wagon
    74 CB360T
    2006 Nissan, retired parts getter. Sold and out of retirement.
    2013 Toyota Corolla
    Formerly 510er
    It's amazing how one tiny capacitor can wreak so much havoc.

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    • #17
      Saw this at Canadian Tire. The package says it is for L-series Nissan/Datsun motors. I have so many wooden ones already otherwise I might have shelled out the $10 for it.
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      67.5 Roadster project
      71 510 wagon
      74 CB360T
      2006 Nissan, retired parts getter. Sold and out of retirement.
      2013 Toyota Corolla
      Formerly 510er
      It's amazing how one tiny capacitor can wreak so much havoc.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by 510er View Post
        Not really a special tool and I doubt that it exists but if it does. I WANT ONE!
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        Not many homes have the 1500 amp service you would need to run that sucker.
        By the way, has every one figured out what all the special tools do that I posted here almost 2 years ago?
        Eric Zondervan
        72 240Z
        11 Sierra 4X4
        14 Kia Rondo EX
        19 Audi Q5
        08 Ski Doo MXZ
        16 Triumph Street Triple R.
        2010 Husqvarna 450 Supermoto.
        65 Honda Moped

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        • #19
          #1. You gave that one away. It is your home made pressure bleeder for brake or clutch master cylinder.
          #2. That would keep your floor clean if you insist on pulling the engine and transmission out without draining the oil from the transmission first. Even with it drained they still spill. You would just need to secure it in place.
          #3. Valve lapping tool.
          #4. Digital thermometer.
          #5. Can't really tell what that other end is exactly but I'm guessing an extension cord for the 12v power outlet.
          #6. If I needed one I'd probably know what that is.
          #7. A hole punch. Used to make holes in sheet metal. Normally custom electrical panels. They come in a variety of sizes.
          #8. A remote starter switch. Home made.
          #9. Same as #6.
          #10. Looks like a PO's attemt to fix a broken brake light switch or an emergency kludge until the new part comes in. Thinking more sophisticated here it could be a pressure sensor to record pedal pressure.
          67.5 Roadster project
          71 510 wagon
          74 CB360T
          2006 Nissan, retired parts getter. Sold and out of retirement.
          2013 Toyota Corolla
          Formerly 510er
          It's amazing how one tiny capacitor can wreak so much havoc.

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          • #20
            Not bad, Frank. I'll wait a few days before posting the answers.
            Eric Zondervan
            72 240Z
            11 Sierra 4X4
            14 Kia Rondo EX
            19 Audi Q5
            08 Ski Doo MXZ
            16 Triumph Street Triple R.
            2010 Husqvarna 450 Supermoto.
            65 Honda Moped

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            • #21
              #9. Colourtune spark plug. Had to think about that one.
              67.5 Roadster project
              71 510 wagon
              74 CB360T
              2006 Nissan, retired parts getter. Sold and out of retirement.
              2013 Toyota Corolla
              Formerly 510er
              It's amazing how one tiny capacitor can wreak so much havoc.

              Comment

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