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Changing A Starter In The Rain... (On My Lincoln)


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Well the original 1991 starter gave up the ghost yesterday.. So today I went and got the new one. It was a bit overcast when I removed the old starter to take it to the auto parts store and get a new one. On the way home this is what it  looked likepost-1978-0-40628700-1392242025_thumb.jp And the weather channel picture looked like thispost-1978-0-95575200-1392242070_thumb.jp Needless to say I got a bit soaked!!! But that's ok it's just rain :thumb1:

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Wish I could say the same here in Alabama. 40 and rainy. Had to unload a couple of trucks today, fortunately it was NOT raining during that. Of course some one is gong to came along and call me wuss since it s -5* for a high somewhere. 

Happy you got fixed.

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Starter... :lol:

 

That's easy. Now do a VP44 in a rain storm on the side of the mountain with no shelter, no power for a shop light, just a Mag Light stuffed in my mouth and wrench in hand while working under a tarp. Still got it done in 2 hours (bit slow).

 

With one hand tied behind your back, uphill both ways, with just a screwdriver and a hammer!!!! :lmao2:  :bolt:

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