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Old 11-23-2008, 02:34 PM   #1
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Hey if i wanted to put a new motor in my jeep how would i do it with out making shorts in the wires
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Hey if i wanted to put a new motor in my jeep how would i do it with out making shorts in the wires
You are going to have to expound a little more.
What vehicle?
What do you have now?
Do you have a soldering iron?
What do you think you want to put in your vehicle?
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