My belt has come off on my 1993 Taurus LX 3.8L V6 sedan. The belt diagram
under the hood wore off some years ago. I can't find one in the User's
manual... Too broke to go to the store to buy a chiltons.. anyone know
where I might find one online somewhere?
Yea.. the local library is the size of a 1bedroom apartment, and doesnt
have anything regarding this vehicle. I dont have a card for the library
in Mobile, and last time I checked, it was 15.00 to get one... (If I could
afford 15.00 I'd spend 15.00 on a chilton's book I could KEEP. heh)
The LOCAL library is Dr. Mose L. Tapia Library, on N. Wintzell Ave, in
Bayou la Batre, AL.. I do not live in Mobile.. Also, I do not have a card
for the Mobile library, and last I checked, the non-resident fee for a
library card for Mobile Public Library Systems was $15.00 And as I said, if
I could afford 15.00 I would have bought the Chilton manual. My wife is
just under 3months pregnant, and we both are unemployed. I am currently
doing odd jobs for people who are willing to pay.. cut grass, spread
gravel, paint houses, etc.. (aint that somethin?? I have a &%&^$ associates
degree in Electronics Engineering, but can't find a ^%$#^%# job?!?)
Sorry too see you are unemployed, but you are not looking at your picture very
hard. A high speed internet connection, and you are unemployed? You do not need
a library card to look in the reference section of a library. All you need is a
dime to make photo copies. That associates should be worth more than odd jobs,
you do not have too look in your field of study. You have way more options than
someone with only a high school diploma.
She had that email address for me before I got married. I was currently
employed, got married, opened my OWN mediacom account, and just kept using
that email address so I wouldn't have to tell the 30 or so people that
email me that it had changed. After the store I was managing in Biloxi, MS
got shut down by the owner (I was a last resort he had fired two previous
managers for running it into the ground) I was put out of work, and
cancelled both my cablemodem and my cable television.. and still I kept the
Seems too me you have a lot of problems with technical problems, i.e. deductive
reasoning, and you have a degree in electrical engineering? If you are really
unemployed, this ought to be a clue as to why? Google is such a nice search
by the way:
1. Start at 7830B CODEN BELT RD, CODEN - go 0.1 mi
2. Turn Left on HEMLEY RD - go 0.5 mi
3. Turn Left on AL-188 - go 2.2 mi
4. Arrive at 13885 S WINTZELL AVE, BAYOU LA BATRE
Approximate travel time: 2-3 minutes.
That is directions from my house to the local library.
1.Start at 7830B CODEN BELT RD, CODEN - go 0.1 mi
2.Turn Left on HEMLEY RD - go 0.5 mi
3.Turn Left on AL-188 - go 3.8 mi
4.Continue on AL-188/CR-19 - go 0.4 mi
5.Continue on CR-19 - go 5.8 mi
6.Turn Right on SPANISH TRL - go 2.9 mi
7.Continue on US-90 - go 14.9 mi
8.Turn Left on S WASHINGTON AVE - go < 0.1 mi
9.Arrive at 701 GOVERNMENT ST, MOBILE
Approximate travel time: 45 minutes
And that is directions to the Mobile library. which is in downtown Mobile,
I avoid that area like the plague.
I hate driving in traffic. Besides.. someone already emailed me the belt
diagram, and my Taurus now has it's belt back on.
Get bent thomas
Ah, I think I've got it figured out.
Your sister accesses the newsgroup through HER high-speed connection, e-mails
you all the posts over at earthlink, you type up your answers, e-mail them back
her, and she posts them through MediaCom, using your name?
Must be, since "your" message has these in the header.......
User-Agent: Opera7.11/Win32 M2 build 2887
X-Trace: sccrnsc01 1064189935 22.214.171.124 (Mon, 22 Sep 2003 00:18:55 GMT)
Organization: MediaCom High Speed Internet
If I paste the NNTP number into http://remote.12dt.com/rns/ I get......
IP Address 126.96.36.199 resolves to:
This is fun!
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