The two cables are pretty easy to remove, the front brake cable requires you to slacken off the top adjuster right next to the brake lever, then slacken off the bottom adjuster nuts top and bottom (its a 12 or 14mm cant remember which) then pull up the cable until all the threaded part is above the little tab that holds then the wire fits through the slot to get it out. the rest for the front brake cable you should be able to figure out. the speedo cable has one Phillips head screw on the hub that you have to undo, you made need an impact driver as they can be extremely tight. once undone the cable pulls out and then on the bottom speedo behind the light or above the headlight depending on your model follow the cable up then undo the little thing that holds the cable onto the speedo. is a bit hard to describe. Hope this helps:)
if you're going to use the bike, then Yes. if it's for someone else, then No
There are numerous reasons why cells divide. If someone skins their leg, for example, cells will divide for the purpose of replacing cells that have been damaged.
An odometer is the gizmo that tells how many miles you have driven.You may use it anytime you wish. (lol)
Replace the instrument cluster and have someone set the odometer correctly or you could face jail time.
A gift certificate from a bike shop.
If someone needs information about replacing a caravan heater, can be found on the Camping and Caravnning Club website, a website dedicated to caravans.
Should read "...speedometer and odometer don't work..."
Driven out of the dealership, it would be expected to have maybe 10km on it (from a quick google). I was reading a thread (link attached) where someone had 50km on their odometer. When they actually start you would expect 0, but that may not be realistic.
If someone had an injury that damaged the cerebellum it would that affect the persons ability to drive a car. This is the part of the brain that is responsible for the coordination of motor control and once its is damaged, driving might be almost impossible.
How long have you had the Jeep? If you bought it and the title says a higher number than the odometer says, then someone turned it back to make it look like it has less wear & tear on it. That will actually totally screw up the title. I believe (at least in GA), you can only get a salvage title if that happens. I'm pretty sure no automaker creates vehicles where the odometer can go back without someone breaking in to it
Maybe yo get revenge on someone who damaged their property.
Well would you like it if someone damaged or destroyed your property?
What it means to have a "damaged heart" is if that person like someone and that someone might of broken up with them, cheated on the, or rejected them from the start. It could mean many things but usually it involved a emotion conflict
It is highly unlikely that a digital odometer would show a one in front of the correct mileage. It sounds like someone is trying to sell you a car and tell you it has less mileage than it really does.
To protect your heart like if someone punches you, your heart will not be damaged
Don't know but I wish someone would answer. I'd like a copy of it!
by someone actually doing it by hand..
i dont know ask someone else
Texas does not have a vandalism charge. Someone can be charged with criminal mischief, reckless damage or destruction, or graffiti. So it depends on the dollar amount damaged and/or what was damaged.
The LCD can only be replaced by Nintendo repair technicians. Repairing it by yourself is not recommended by Nintendo. Replacing the LCD on a DS requires fine work by someone experienced with electronics. There are a number of components that are very easily damaged. Disassembly and reassembly are both fairly involved.
You have to remove the fuse for the speedo. You can not have both speedo and odometer at the same time. Also your computer will store the actuall mileage so someone could scan the computer and know how many miles are on it. The only thing you gain is speeding tickets, I have done this already!
Empty it out or place it in someone else's pool if that person's is empty at the time.
Something must not have went back together correctly when replacing the heater core. Looks like someone has to do the job over again.
Its a little cog in the speedo. You need experts to fix, about $180.