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Old 07-04-2004, 10:09 AM   #1
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Default Ref Mike's "How-To" : Change the ECTS Coolant Temp Sensor w/pics!

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Your pictures insertion was simply exceptional. The added time so necessary to not only take them, while doing the work, but also in submitting them into this site, can not be overly appreciated. How easy the learning experience is, for those who have not affected that work, with the aid of your pictures. It is for that reason, all of you who do submit pictures, is like adding icing on the cake.

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Old 07-04-2004, 08:24 PM   #2
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Aw shucks Luke.
I love taking pics and whiping up these little reviews!
The best part is after coordinating the whole mess it actually looks decent and makes somewhat sense!
I plan on photographing just about every fix it I do for now on if I can....

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Default Re: Ref Mike's "How-To" : Change the ECTS Coolant Temp Sensor w/pics!

Those pictures will help me alot I am going to change my ECTS in the morning so the engine will be as cold as possible and let me tell you I have alot more confindence going in to this project with those pictures to be able to refer to I am also planning on change the thermostat on my car tomorrow. I have a 96 SL2 120k miles.

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