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  1. A multimeter is on my wrist.

    A multimeter is on my wrist.

  2. A multimeter is in the armband.

    A multimeter is in the armband.

  3. A template is made from the cut taillight.

    A template is made from the cut taillight.

  4. Taillights with & without a cut out.

    Taillights with & without a cut out.

    The light on the left is for a non rear wiper equipped Aerostar. The light on the right is for a rear wiper equipped Aerostar.
  5. Drill a hole then pry it out.

    Drill a hole then pry it out.

  6. A floor jack pushes the shock into place.

    A floor jack pushes the shock into place.

  7. A square is used to align the tiles.

    A square is used to align the tiles.

  8. Bottom door with a piano hinge.

    Bottom door with a piano hinge.

  9. Bleeder screws with a built in check valve.

    Bleeder screws with a built in check valve.

    Motormite/Dorman/Help sell bleeder screws with a built in check valve to make bleeding the brake system a one person job.
  10. Bleeder screw with a vacuum cap.

    Bleeder screw with a vacuum cap.

    The part number from Motormite/Dorman/Help is 47392. The size is 7/32".
  11. The computer panel has a heat shield.

    The computer panel has a heat shield.

    This is extra protection for the computer board in an oven.
  12. Break out diagram of a Ford alternator.

    Break out diagram of a Ford alternator.

  13. A Sidewinder ratchet easily removes the two bolts.

    A Sidewinder ratchet easily removes the two bolts.

    Accumulator removal in an Aerostar.
  14. Drill a quarter inch hole.

    Drill a quarter inch hole.

  15. Break off both ends for a thin door.

    Break off both ends for a thin door.

    This is the inner bar in a door combination lock. The door in the photo is 1-3/8" thick.
  16. Always support the opposite shock with a Vice Grip.

    Always support the opposite shock with a Vice Grip.

    Always support the opposite shock with a Vice Grip when replacing lift support shocks.
  17. Try to disconnect a link like this first.

    Try to disconnect a link like this first.

  18. The side of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

    The side of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

  19. The bottom of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

    The bottom of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

  20. Check the thread with a die.

    Check the thread with a die.

  21. Using a tubing brush.

    Using a tubing brush.

  22. The pressure goes up to a certain point when it's off, then it stops increa

    The pressure goes up to a certain point when it's off, then it stops increa

  23. Freon tank on a scale.

    Freon tank on a scale.

  24. A low freon charge will cause ice to build up on the line coming from the e

    A low freon charge will cause ice to build up on the line coming from the e

  25. A wheel nut (lug nut) pulls the stud into position.

    A wheel nut (lug nut) pulls the stud into position.

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