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THE PERFECT OIL CHANGE The “Perfect Oil Change” is the easiest thing in the world to do. The problem is that oil changes are often seen as a chore, and the necessary time and attention are often skimped in the rush to get to something that seems more important. You may well be the first owner of the tractor to do this right. The first step is to get the motor good and hot. Run it for at least a half-hour, until the cylinder head is too hot to touch and the oil filter can is uncomfortably warm. This ensures that the oil is hot, which makes it flow easier, and it also makes sure that any crud in the oil is fully entrained and will come out with it. Park it, shut it off, and immediately remove the drain plug on the underside of the engine. Have a drain pan that will hold 6 quarts of oil under the drain. You’ll get a hot, oily hand, because the drain hole is big and most of the oil will come out in one big rush. Once that is draining, turn to the oil filter can, on the left side of the engine. Remove the cap by undoing the big hexagon bolt on the top. Don’t remove the filter yet. Next, locate the drain plug for the filter can – it’s on the bottom of the can, towards the front. It may have a hexagon head, or it may have a square head – either way, it’s usually all boogered up from people using pliers to remove it. Remove it, with a drain pan under the hole – this will allow the oil in the filter can to drain out. Now – go away and leave it alone. Find something else to do, but leave it to drain for at least an hour,...

C6 Changing The Sixth Generation Corvette Oil - theredlion.us

Changing the sixth generation Corvette Oil Difficulty: 2 out of 5. Time required: Plan on about 1.5 hours taking your time. Tools required: Ramps, Floor jack, Jack stand(s), 13mm wrench or socket, Oil filter wrench, lifting puck, wheel stops, shop rag. Materials required: 1 compatible oil filter, 6 quarts of compatible oil. Capacities are 5.5 Quarts with a filter change for the non-Z51 and 6 quarts with a filter change on the cars with the RPO Z51. Recommended oil is Mobil 1 fully synthetic 5W-30 (GM spec 4718M). Recommended Oil filter is GM UPF44 (2005), UPF46 (2006) UPF48 (2007-2009) If you have access to a lift you can skip to step 6. If you are doing this at home without access to a lift continue to the photos below. Step 1. Get the car up in the air. I use a couple of 2x4’s and my rhino ramps. The 2x4’s will give enough clearance to get up on the Rhino ramps without deflecting the side air dams. Step 2. Get yourself a little more clearance on the driver’s side for easier access to the oil drain plug and filter. Once I have the car up on the ramps I take my floor jack and jacking puck and raise the drivers side further. Don’t forget to block the rear tires once you have the car up on the ramp. Step 3. Get yourself some extra room. Once the jack is in place and the car is up out of the way I will turn the ramp around so that you have easy access behind the tire. Step 4. Place a jack stand up front under the frame support and lower the car back down. Now that the car is lifted and safely supported you can begin the process of changing out the oil. Step 5. Place your oil pan under the drain plug. I like to use a piece of cardboard under the drain pan to collect any oil that may miss the pan during the process of removing the...

Softail Oil Change
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Softail Oil Change From time to time I see question on the forum regarding doing an oil change on a Harley and more specifically about doing a scavenging oil change on a Softail. Since there didn't seem to be a good thread on doing an oil change with pictures, I thought I would write something up. This oil change was done on a 2001 Fat Boy. So, some of the tools and procedure may be different for your specific application. Tools Motorcycle lift 1/4" Allen head socket or long Allen head tool (for engine oil and transmission oil drain plugs) 3/8" Allen head socket or Allen head tool (transmission oil fill plug) 3/8" drive ratchet wrench 6" long 3/8" drive extension 3/8" drive universal joint (may or may not need depending on bike location on lift) 1/4" drive ratchet wrench T27 Torx head socket or torx head tool (primary cover screws) T40 Torx head socket or torx head tool (primary oil drain plug) Oil filter wrench Oil catch tool for filter (optional) Oil drain pan (preferably 2) Flashlight 3/8" Fuel / Oil line removal tool (Scavenging oil change ONLY) Clear tygon tubing (Scavenging oil change ONLY)

iPhone 5 Superguide - Macworld
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It’s hard to believe that it’s been just over half a decade since Apple announced the original iPhone. In that timespan, we’ve seen the mobile phone market twist itself inside out: Oleophobic touchscreens replaced miniature keyboards, lavish 3D worlds rivaling desktop game consoles overtook basic games like Snake, and cellular data—once a luxury—became the standard. We do so many things with our phones these days that it’s sometimes hard to fathom how far we’ve come. The iPhone 5 is the result of these developments in the last few years, and it’s stunning. It’s as speedy as a full-fledged computer, Apple has extended its screen size without making the device unwieldy, and it sports a gorgeous 8-megapixel camera. But if you look past all these improvements, you’ll see the same essential product that Steve Jobs unveiled in 2007. The iPhone still runs iOS, it still has just four buttons and a toggle switch, and its candybar shape still fits perfectly in your hand. Whether this is your fifth iPhone or your first, we want you to love your device. And that means putting your faith in it and in its software. Our iPhone 5 Superguide aims to answer your lingering questions. We detail how to set up your new iPhone and turn on iCloud and automatic backups, and we provide some nice starting tips. We also help you get to know iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system; walk you through each of your installed applications, along with how-tos and customization; and introduce you to some of the many great third-party apps out there. And if you run into problems, our troubleshooting guide should put you on the right track in no time. What you do with your iPhone from there—well, that’s entirely up to you. —Serenity Caldwell Boston, December 2012

LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide
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LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 Enhanced Capabilities for Supporting iOS Devices The Rescue + Mobile for iOS App has been enhanced with the following new capabilities/features:  Screenshot Sharing: If the customer permits the sharing of screenshots, then all the screenshots made on the device during a session are automatically uploaded for the technician. This feature ensures non-real-time screen sharing on an iOS device, where Device View and Remote Control are not available while the Rescue app is running in the background due to another app running in the foreground. 2 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  In-app Co-Browsing: The Rescue iOS App has been provided with a built-in internet browser. When the iOS Rescue App is running in the foreground, the technician can use this browser during Remote Control. 3 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  Whiteboard and Laser Pointer: The Whiteboard and Laser Pointer functionalities are now available for supporting iOS devices enabling technicians to draw freehand images or to highlight items on the customer’s screen. 4 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  Local Notifications Using Chat: When the Rescue iOS App is running in the background on a device, chat messages appear as Local Notifications on the customer’s device. The technician can guide the customer via chat even when the Rescue app is in the background. Other recently added features you may have missed:     System info: Pull diagnostic info from the device. Device Config: Push profiles to configure email, network and Wi-Fi settings, update settings for passcode requirements and set restrictions on the device. URL Push: Technicians can launch websites using the in-app browser, or leave a web shortcut on the homepage to direct users to additional materials. Chat: Technicians and users can experience seamless communication during a session.

The Cal Poly VPN (Virtual Private Network) – Apple iOS 6 or newer

The Cal Poly VPN (Virtual Private Network) – Apple iOS 6 or newer To protect Cal Poly data and the campus network – while improving reliability and security of offcampus, remote access network connections – Cal Poly offers a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This service is available to faculty and staff. Getting Started A Cal Poly VPN connection requires the following: - A current, supported operating system o Apple 10.7 or newer o Apple iOS 6 o Windows 7 - A current, supported Web browser o Internet Explorer 9 o Firefox 16 or newer o Safari 6 - Up-to-date security and Java patches - Administrative access or “elevated rights” to install software and complete configuration settings. Please check with your LAN Coordinator before configuring the Cal Poly VPN on a Cal Poly computer. The process is outlined in this Step 1-2-3 guide for Apple iOS 6 or newer. Step 1 – Connecting to the Cal Poly VPN 1. Visit the App Store, search for Junos Pulse. Download and launch the free application. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 1 2. You will be prompted to read and accept the license agreement – tap “Accept”. 3. Tap “Enable” to continue with installation: Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 2 4. Configure the Cal Poly VPN connection. Tap on the “>” Enter the information show below – including your username (e.g. jmustang) – then tap “Save”. 5. Tap “Connect” to access the Cal Poly VPN. At the Cal Poly Portal prompt, enter your Cal Poly username, password and click “Login”. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 3 The following Cal Poly VPN screen will appear … Then the Cal Poly VPN “you’re connected” screen will appear, with your Cal Poly email address displayed (in the green box area). Tap on “Status” to see details about the Cal Poly VPN session: Note: the assigned IP will be within the 129.65.15 subnet. You may continue with accessing Cal Poly resources. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 4 Step 2 – Accessing Cal Poly Applications and Resources You are now securely connected to Cal Poly’s network and may access applications and resources, as if you were on campus with a “calpoly.edu” network address. Examples include: • • • Applications (e.g. Advance Web, Windows Terminal Servers and Microsoft Office) File Servers (e.g. Active Directory “U” and “V” drives ) Devices (e.g. networked laser printers) Specific access, application and technical questions should be directed to your LAN Coordinator. Step 3 – Managing Your Cal Poly VPN Connection The Cal Poly VPN allows only one session at a time – if you see the following message, click “Continue the session” to disconnect the other session.

iOS 6 vs. Ice Cream Sandwich: The Ultimate Comparison - 1

iOS 6 vs. Ice Cream Sandwich: The Ultimate Comparison iOS 6 is coming soon(ish) to an iPhone and iPad near you. But how does Apple's latest and greatest compare to the latest and greatest out of the Android camp, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich. Gladiators, step forth! For the record, this is not a review. There will be no review until we have spent some quality time with the final version of iOS 6. This is a look at how these two stack up on paper in 10 key categories. Apps Apple: 650,000 apps. 225,000 for iPad. That's one ginormous ecosystem. Android: Android is currently at 450,000 apps for Android. While most of those will work on tablets, the number of apps that have been specifically optimized for Android tablets pales in comparison to iOS. Maps Full size Apple: Apple finally has its own Maps, which is a move that surprised no one, since Apple has been buying up mapping companies for years, and because Apple and Google aren't exactly getting along smashingly. From what we can tell, it's an elegant solution, with plenty of overlayed information, traffic updates, and yes, finally, turn-by-turn directions (narrated by Siri). It also has a 3D flyover mode (with vector-based graphics) which looks great, but it raises a question: Since none of the iPhones have 4G LTE radios, would 3D maps even be practical when you aren't firmly tethered to Wi-Fi? This, however, may be a non-issue, as 4G iPhones will likely be out in time for iOS 6 to drop. Big notable omissions: transit directions, bike directions, walking directions, and Street View.

Structural Design Using Autodesk® Robot® Structural ... - edoqs

This extended lecture class will focus on structural design for structural steel and reinforced concrete structures using Robot Structural Analysis. This presentation will provide an overview of design workflows and structural design criteria using Robot and Revit® Structure and indepth instruction on specific design tasks. You will learn how to optimize structural steel designs, design steel connections, and perform automatic and interactive concrete reinforcement design. Explore custom design options with the Robot Spreadsheet Extension. This class will not focus on analysis methodologies, rather it is intended to show the design and optimization functionality in Robot. About the Speaker: Brian is a Structural Technical Specialist for Autodesk. He is an expert in structural modeling and design using Revit® Structure. Brian is a licensed structural engineer with over ten years of building design and consulting experience. During that time he worked as a Project Engineer/Manager and Principal on a variety of structures. He earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. brian.johnson@autodesk.com Structural Design Using Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis...

Mazda6 Workshop Manual Supplement - ClearChain

This manual contains on-vehicle service and diagnosis for the Mazda6. For proper repair and maintenance, a thorough familiarization with this manual is important, and it should always be kept in a handy place for quick and easy reference. All the contents of this manual, including drawings and specifications, are the latest available at the time of printing. As modifications affecting repair or maintenance occur, relevant information supplementary to this volume will be made available at Mazda dealers. This manual should be kept up-to-date. Mazda Motor Corporation reserves the right to alter the specifications and contents of this manual without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system—without permission in writing. Mazda Motor Corporation HIROSHIMA, JAPAN APPLICATION: This manual is applicable to vehicles beginning with the Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN), and related materials shown on the following page.

1980 Mazda RX-7 Wiring Diagram - Foxed.ca

This document is brought to you through the kind services of Kevin Wright krwright@wankel.net http://www.wankel.net/~krwright who laboriously scanned, post-processed, Distilled, and organized the original 1980 (1979 printing) wiring diagram provided by Stu Aull (Thanks!). There are several ways to get around in the document. I have provided Bookmarks to all the sections and subsections, and thumbnails are also provided in the Thumbnails side bar. Only a few of the pages in the original document were of the fold-out variety, and only one really needs to be split into multiple documents. This page has been provided in full sheet and segmented versions, as indicated in the Bookmarks. These pages probably should be printed out on 11” x 17” paper if available, but are still readable on 8.5” x 11” paper. You could also print out the segmented versions and attach them together, if so desired (or not. Whatever you want, eh?) I have also included a label for the spine of a binder, for those who wish to print out all the pages and keep a dead-tree edition handy. J The original document is © 1979 Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd., and remains so. This version is provided as a service for owners of first generation Mazda RX-7s who are having a devil of a time locating the factory wiring guide for a reasonable price. If you really want to send me money, email me and I’ll tell you where to send it, but it’s not necessary. Consider this payback for all the good advice and information gleaned from the various RX-7 email lists! Subscribe to the Early Mazda Rotaries email list:...

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