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Take me back - real cool

Postby Tom Greenleaf » Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:56 am

Too cool - totally worth the watch...........

http://objflicks.com/TakeMeBackToTheSixties.htm


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Re: Take me back - real cool

Postby autotecha » Tue Nov 22, 2011 5:40 am

Cool, brought back many memories (at least the ones I can lol)
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Re: Take me back - real cool

Postby Tom Greenleaf » Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:05 am

Welcome autotecha to ACSOURCE.

FYI - this site is old and tons more in it. Created by OldBlueWebDesigns and believe bought up later. Another and it's here somewhere is..........

http://oldfortyfives.com/CarsWeDrove.htm << Click there.

I still watch these when I'm sick of everyone else's car problems,

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Re: Take me back - real cool

Postby autotecha » Tue Nov 22, 2011 6:22 pm

Thank you Tom for the welcome!

I'm glad you told me about this site!

I dont get alot of A/C work up here but..... I taught A/C for a couple of quarters before I moved over to other subjects (engine performance, building etc..) so I need to brush up on my lost knowledge :lol:

Cold is the lack of heat. Heat is the lack of cold. A pissed off tech is the lack of work. Ok it didnt read as good as I thought it would (sorry)

Hope to relearn alot and learn new too here!

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Re: Take me back - real cool

Postby Tom Greenleaf » Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:18 pm

When real cold here and for most off season the equipment gets put away. If a car accident or something I would just leave a car - other shops would call in state of full vacuum and write down that it's now under pressure with X ounces and mark it, disable compressor for a warmer day.

If someone can performance test that all is ducky at ZERO degrees out, have at it! Duh - you can know it's full but after a collision hard to know if all works and cools right without heating a shop to some insane heat which takes forever and still some guessing that it's right,

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