Another newbie to MEL

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Joe mama
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Another newbie to MEL

Post by Joe mama » Sun 9. Sep 2018, 14:51

I'm working on a friends 64 convertible. It's a beautiful car but has issues.(Engine trouble) My friend is not very mechanically inclined so I volunteered. I've been a mechanic most of my life so I thought this would be a fun project. I've never messed with a MEL engine but have a lot of experience with many others. This look like the place for the information that I need!
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Chris430
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Re: Another newbie to MEL

Post by Chris430 » Mon 10. Sep 2018, 13:52

Hello,
Like you said, lots of good information here. Hub caps in the trunk? I see peiple do that when trailering there cars.
Chris

Joe mama
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Re: Another newbie to MEL

Post by Joe mama » Tue 11. Sep 2018, 09:46

Yes, hub caps in the trunk. Not sure why he removed them. Only had to go about 5 miles.

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