Asked in Springfield Firearms, World War 2
What is the value of a 1939 M1 Garand bolt action rifle with a bayonnet that was used in World War 2?
The Garand rifle is a semiauto, not a bolt action. Do you have a Model 1903A3 bolt action? A Model 1917 bolt action? ...
Asked in 2000-2005 Dodge & Plymouth Neons, 1995-1999 Dodge & Plymouth Neons, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Grand Am GT
How do you replace the license plate bulb on a 1999 Mercedes E320?
If you just need to replace the bulb(s), open the trunk lid and remove part of the felt liner. There are platic pins that can be easily taken out to do this. The bulb(s) can be accessed from behind the trunk lid. They are very inexpensive under $2); so you may want to change them both. The bulbs are bayonnet style and look like fuses; easily unclipped and replaced. oddly, you can NOT do change the bulb(s) by loosening the 3 screws...
How do you replace license plate lights on 1999 Mercedes E320 Taking off the plastic over the lights reveals plastic over the bulbs Do you pry the plastic off?
I'm trying to do the same thing on my '98. Has anyone responded? I'm afraid to pry the plastic covers off. If I break one, it's probably $100 to replace!!! I just went through this bit of aggravation last night. here is how to do it.... If you just need to replace the bulb(s), open the trunk lid and remove part of the felt liner. There are platic pins that can be easily taken out to do this. The bulb(s) can...
Asked in Dashboard Lights and Gauges, Ford F-150
How do you replace the instrument bulbs in a 1997 Ford F-150?
In my 96 you have to pull the instrument cluster out and get to them from the back. I have done this many times on my '96: * disconnect the battery. * Remove the headlight knob. This is done by pusing on a key tab with a small screwdriver. The key is located in the shaft of the knob. It is fairly obvious to see, as a slot is cut to get to it. IIRC you push it twards the...
What were the weapons that the Japanese used during World War 2?
Like any mechanized nation at the time, Japan had a myriad of systems organized into groups, Naval, aviation, land. The answer would be extensive and long and have many subcategories. To start I'll generalize with naval forces, the Imperial Japanese Navy possessed many of the same types of ships as the U.S. Navy. Being an island nation, Japan needed a large navy to "project power," that means to get the forces that will enforce their will away from their homeland to the...