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  1. A multimeter is in the armband.

    A multimeter is in the armband.

  2. The spring has to go into the hole in the bracket.

    The spring has to go into the hole in the bracket.

    This is a sliding door latch modification to prevent it from jamming.
  3. Color temperatures in the Kelvin scale.

    Color temperatures in the Kelvin scale.

  4. Hold the inner nut in place if it turns.

    Hold the inner nut in place if it turns.

  5. The L bracket keeps the spring in place.

    The L bracket keeps the spring in place.

    The sliding door latch on an Aerostar was modified to keep the return spring in place.
  6. The wire from the light is secured in place.

    The wire from the light is secured in place.

  7. 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.
  8. The Rockwell Jawstand is holding the door in place.

    The Rockwell Jawstand is holding the door in place.

  9. The wheel studs are in place.

    The wheel studs are in place.

  10. Lisle # 22800 is in use.

    Lisle # 22800 is in use.

  11. The memory saver is plugged in.

    The memory saver is plugged in.

  12. The 3 holes have 6 MM nuts in the door.

    The 3 holes have 6 MM nuts in the door.

  13. Air Charge Temperature Sensor in a 1995 3.0L Aerostar.

    Air Charge Temperature Sensor in a 1995 3.0L Aerostar.

    This sensor is screwed into the upper intake manifold. It measures the temperature of the air going into the engine.
  14. TSB 92-5-12 Case spring in the converter channel of an A4LD transmission.

    TSB 92-5-12 Case spring in the converter channel of an A4LD transmission.

    A spring was installed in the transmission case worm trail to trap large machining chips, and reduce engine stall complaints caused by the stuck converter lock-up valve in the main control of the transmission. This spring should not be installed in transmissions built prior to 8/21/91.
  15. This ring holds the blade guard in place.

    This ring holds the blade guard in place.

  16. The locking pin in its holder.

    The locking pin in its holder.

  17. The parking brake switch gets dirt in this area.

    The parking brake switch gets dirt in this area.

  18. The top pin is in, and the bottom one is next.

    The top pin is in, and the bottom one is next.

  19. Two holes punched in a gasket.

    Two holes punched in a gasket.

  20. Punching a hole in a gasket.

    Punching a hole in a gasket.

  21. A hammer punching a hole in a gasket.

    A hammer punching a hole in a gasket.

  22. The 1 1/2" hole is in the sink.

    The 1 1/2" hole is in the sink.

  23. A4LD valve body with a screw in the stuck end plug.

    A4LD valve body with a screw in the stuck end plug.

  24. Pan with the drill bit in place.

    Pan with the drill bit in place.

  25. 2001 ford explorer sport

    2001 ford explorer sport

    this is a work in progress. it has a body kit molded on that is actually for the year before. it took some cutting and molding, not to include a lot of fiberglass and bondo.
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