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specializing in “AIR CONDITIONING, PARTS AND SYSTEMS” for your classic vehicle “PERFECT FIT SERIES” IN-DASH HEAT/ COOL/ DEFROST 1955 - 1956 CHEVROLET SEDAN WITH DELUXE CONTROLS CONTROL & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The controls on your new “Perfect Fit” system. Offers complete comfort capabilities in virtually every driving condition. This includes Temperature control in all of the modes. This system also provides DEHUMIDIFICATION in the defrost mode and the ability to blend the air between Face, Heat, and Defrost modes. FAN SPEED FACE DOOR TEMPERATURE LEVER HEAT / DEFROST DOOR 1 THE PICTURE YOU SEE ON THE FIRST PAGE SHOWS THE CONTROLS IN THE HEAT MODE. THIS MEANS THAT THE AIR WILL BE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE HEATER OUTLETS. THIS ALSO HAS THE TEMPERATURE LEVER IN THE COLDEST POSITION. WITH THE CONTROLS IN THIS POSITION YOU WILL GET THE AIR THROUGH THE HEATER OUTLETS AND THE OUTLET TEMPERATURE AT THE COLDEST POSIBBLE DEGREE. CAUTION: ALL OF THE OUTSIDE VENTS MUST BE CLOSED WHEN THE SYSTEM IS IN THE A/C MODE. THIS WILL ALLOW THE A/C SYSTEM TO FUCTION AT ITS MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE LEVEL.
WESTERN PRODUCTS, P.O. BOX 245038, MILWAUKEE, WI 53224-9538 Lit. No. 64127 October 31, 2003 CHEVY/GMC 1500/2500/3500 4x4 1999 & LATER VEHICLE SPECIFIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Model No. 3515 & 3525 and Model No. 3519 & 3529 Straight Blade (Models 3515, 3525, 3519, & 3529) 2003 & Later: Harness Kit No. 64077 (HB-3 & HB-4 QUAD Lights) Headlamp Kit 12-Pin (White) No. 64078 1999-2002: Harness Kit No. 63392 (HB-3 & HB-4 QUAD Lights) Headlamp Kit 9-Pin No. 61540-1 MVP® Blade (Models 3525 & 3529) 2003 & Later: Harness Kit No. 64085 (HB-3 & HB-4 QUAD Lights) Headlamp Kit 12-Pin (White) No. 64078 1999-2002: Plug-In Harness 63394 (HB-3 & HB-4 QUAD Lights) Headlamp Kit 66640-1 MVP 12-Pin CAUTION Read this document before installing the snowplow. CAUTION See your WESTERN outlet for application recommendations. The Selection List has specific vehicle and snowplow requirements. ®
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More trucks are driven to adventure with LEER caps than any other brand. Great looking LEER caps secure cargo so you can stow and go with the best combination of style, function, value and fit! Aerodynamically engineered LEER caps integrate cleanly with the body lines of your truck. Choose from the widest selection of options in the industry to fit today’s active lifestyles. 100XQ Silverado Extended Cab Short Bed 100XQ Colorado Crew Cab Short Bed www.leer.com Our premium cap features a frameless hidden hinge rear door, easy operating LEER twist handle, standard headliner and one-piece tip-out side windows designed for smooth integration with your truck’s body style. 100XQ Sierra Crew Cab Short Bed 100XQ Silverado HD Crew Cab Short Bed DRIVEN TO EXCEL... LEER ADVANTAGES ■ TRIMLESS EDGES Shaping, sanding and painting the truck cap edge takes more care and time than just covering it up with a vinyl trim strip - but the look is MUCH better! Ask about LEER caps with trimless, finished edges. ■ SKIRTED SIDES COVER BED RAIL CAPS Most LEER models cover the plastic bed rail caps installed by the factory on some new trucks. That means the side view of your truck is visually united in style and color, with no plastic rail cap showing. ■ FIBERGLASS BASE RAILS A structurally superior way to mount a LEER cap on your truck. The rails are integrally molded to the entire length of the cap. Unlike others who just screw or rivet rails to the cap, our method makes the cap a solid, one-piece unit.
2014 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra Body 1500 Cab Structure Review Thomas Grabowski General Motors Company www.autosteel.org Vehicle Introduction–Chevrolet Silverado Silverado’s exterior design blends strong Chevy truck heritage with a refined, modern aesthetic… Hauling goods since 1918… www.autosteel.org Vehicle Introduction – GMC Sierra GMC designers approached the exterior with respect for its predecessors, evolving its familiar shape while adding distinctive details… A century of truck production… www.autosteel.org High-level Changes From Current Truck www.autosteel.org High-level Changes From Current Truck • Improved Noise and Vibration performance • New inset door design – Triple seal system, reduced wind noise 2013 rear door opening 2014 rear door opening www.autosteel.org
Dr. Robert Bruce Shearin MD og FAAP er en mandlig Børnelæge, har 42 års erfaring og praksis i pædiatri og Pediatric Adolescent Medicine. Dr. Robert Shearin har 2 kontorer. Capital Medical Group 8401 Connecticut Ave Ste 201 Chevy Chase, MD 20815
THE MR. GASKET STORY Back in 1964, Joe Hrudka was a drag racer in Northern Ohio who was looking to solve a problem that parts manufacturers had not addressed. Using his own 1957 Chevy drag race car as a test vehicle, he created a line of engine gaskets and fasteners proven to seal and withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and stresses created by high performance engines. This product line that was developed by a drag racer would evolve into a brand of legendary proportions over the next 50 years. Mr. Gasket started with Joe’s ‘57 Chevy and has continued to advance and expand with application coverage and even more new products for muscle cars. Head gaskets, exhaust gaskets and oil pan gaskets were just the beginning. The Mr. Gasket brand develops and distributes a variety of performance parts for your vehicle including: carburetor and fuel accessories, chrome-plated accessories, cooling system accessories, engine components, fuel additives, shifter accessories, specialty tools, suspension and driveline components. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, the Mr. Gasket team continues to design, develop, manufacture and distribute products that bring back the luster and performance that everyone remembers to a variety of auto projects. It may have started with a Chevrolet, but when you are ready to Restore, Restyle and Rebuild your car, Mr. Gasket is who you can trust to have the parts and advice you need to complete your project.
Ford vs. Chevy? Mary Ann vs. Ginger? Mac vs. PC? DSLR vs. dedicated CCD? OK, to the average American, perhaps this last one doesn’t belong, but in the realm of astrophotographers, the DSLR vs. dedicated CCD debate has certainly been a hot topic on discussion forums. While not at the level of reflector vs. refractor vs. catadioptric, it’s a younger debate and may well grow and mature to rival such classic forum-fodder topics. Any comparison like this is inherently somewhere between difficult and impossible as there are a whole host of factors that will affect the final outcome, the weighing of which is up to the individual. Here, I attempt to side-step (aka “ignore”) many of the challenging factors in this comparison of four cameras. In the end, I’m not going to crown one the “winner” and the obvious choice for all. Well, I may crown one the winner in this set of tests, but this is just one set of tests. There is no overall metric that combines cost, performance, ease of use, quality of included software, performance in the Arctic, performance in the Gobi desert, usefulness as a daytime camera, cost of accessories, functionality as a doorstop, and the critical SAF (Spousal Approval Factor). Given this, the goal here is a set of tests under controlled conditions to see just how well each of the contenders performs. Warning, you will see no stars, no galaxies, and really no pretty pictures whose processing could be used to obscure or accentuate flaws. Every attempt has been made to be agnostic and treat each camera identically in measuring a number of specs and testing its performance on the test bench.
Depth Gauge Radio Equalizer Current Fuse Panel with negative bus (power and ground from battery 1) Adding this fuse panel Trying to prevent from draining my starting battery during extended hours of stereo listening. Boat is 2006 4.3L I/O Chevy Engine with cranking battery and a marine deep cycle battery Questions 1. Can I run two different batteries with the perko? 2. Do I have to upgrade my alternator? 3. Do I have to use the F disconnect from the alternator to the perko (not sure if my regulator is internal vs external)? 4. Will charging the deep cycle battery be to tough for my alternator (currently not hooked to the alternator, usually recharge with on board 2 bank charger)? 5. Do I have to buy a buss terminal for hooking the negatives on the batteries or will the below work? 6. Do I have to put all my accessories currently on Batt 1 into the comm slot of the perko or do I just leave them attached to Batt 1 7. For power from starter to comm I am just taking the current 2 ga wire that is running to my cranking battery and putting that into the comm. Is that correct? 8. Do I have to add a main fuse between battery 2 and the new added fuse panal? Amplifier Drawing 56 amps (75 amps at peak) Power to addend fuse block 1 2 Perko Switch Starter Fu se Comm Interstate Marine Cranking Interstate Deepcycle Marine/RV Batt 1 Accessories still attached to battery Batt 2 Running added fuse panel, EQ, Amp, Radio , and depth gauge
Fuse Panel Installation Instructions Fuse panel Dimmer Switch Following these simple instructions will guarantee a successful installation of your American Autowire Fuse Panel Harness. The order of installation will be as follows: Front Light 1. Attach the fuse panel to kickpanel using template on sheet 5. 2 . Route fuse panel harness in dash area using the layout suggested in diagram E on sheet 2. 3 . Make all dash connections as shown in these Fuse Panel Installation sheets. 4 . Starting with bag 'H", install all other wiring as per the letter designation on their instruction sheets. (bags H, J, L, M and N). Headlight Switch Wiper Turn Signal Switch Brake Switch Lighter Heater Switch Let's begin your installation of the Fuse Panel harness. Study the diagram above, and follow the installation procedures on the following pages! RECOMMENDED FUSE/CIRCUIT BREAKER AMP RATINGS PARK LIGHTS HAZARD BRAKE LIGHTS DASH LIGHTS TURN SIGNAL WIPER GAUGE C.B. RADIO A/C / HEATER RADIO FAN 10 AMP 15 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 5 AMP 5 AMP 30 AMP 10 AMP 30 AMP CRUISE 15 AMP CLOCK 10 AMP LIGHTER 10 AMP FUEL PUMP 15 AMP POWER SEAT 30 AMP POWER LOCK 30 AMP POWER WINDOWS 30 AMP Radio & Glove Box PART # 500433 DESCRIPTION: G 1957GM COLUMN MOUNT Chevy www.americanautowire.com SHEET 1 856-933-0801 DASH MOUNT UNIVERSAL Custom Fuse Panel Harness 92965103 instruction sheet Rev 8.0 1/21/2013 DB factory welded plate template (see sheet 5) Mounting Fuse Panel Fuse Panel cut this template along dotted line drill a 1/2" diameter mounting hole 1. 2. drill a 1/2" diameter mounting hole 3. 4. 5. dash pad Remove driver side kick panel to access the sheet metal behind it. Using the template 92965105 included with this kit, align as shown in diagram "C" at left, and drill two 1/2" diameter holes. (Note: Convertible cars have an extra dash brace which may have to be removed to use the supplied template.) Insert the supplied Well-nut (A) in each hole. Using the supplied bolts (B) mount the fuse panel and secure bolts, see diagram "D" at left (Be certain not to pinch wires under fuse panel legs as the bolts are tightened!) Route all wires to components as described on the following pages, using diagram E for routing. fold this edge into door jamb cavity DIAGRAM "C" Your fuse panel is now installed! driver side kickpanel FUSE PANEL MOUNTING HOLE TEMPLATE driver's side kickpanel (metal area) American Autowire Systems American Autowire makes it easy FACTORY FIT automotive wiring well-nut A 150 Heller Pl #17 W Bellmawr, NJ 08031 856-933-9301 BOLT WELL-NUT driver side