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    Let's play "What's this part?"

    Alright guys..... because of my lack of knowledge in some of these off parts, I need some help. I have taken pictures and put a red box around the part that is in question. If you need a bigger view, simply click on the picture and it will open it up in a bigger view.
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    Left to right top. Brake fluid reservoir. Evap canister. Vacuum Advance. AC throttle kick up solenoid.

    How about a tougher one.


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    looks like the antenna nut upside down

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    How about these?
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    Look at how clean that firewall is. Holey Crap.

    I can tell from picture D that your house is lower than the street or you park with the front lower the the rear.


    Mine is a 1.025" heim joint spacer.... aw Come on man,, you can do better than that,,,,. Uhhh-uu E is a uuuh ATR, Automatic Tampon Remover. ????

    Wiper motor. brake booster. How do you test the booster to see if it's working???


    what is this? besides having the same diameter shaft as the front spindle of a D50. And big does not count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camoit View Post
    Left to right top. Brake fluid reservoir. Evap canister. Vacuum Advance. AC throttle kick up solenoid.

    How about a tougher one.


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    Looks like weld bung for joint (Hiem) (Ball joint)

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    Quote Originally Posted by camoit View Post
    Look at how clean that firewall is. Holey Crap.

    I can tell from picture D that your house is lower than the street or you park with the front lower the the rear.


    Mine is a 1.025" heim joint spacer.... aw Come on man,, you can do better than that,,,,. Uhhh-uu E is a uuuh ATR, Automatic Tampon Remover. ????

    Wiper motor. brake booster. How do you test the booster to see if it's working???


    what is this? besides having the same diameter shaft as the front spindle of a D50. And big does not count.

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    left to right Siccors, plastic tubing, flashlight?, staple, nut, protective sheath and screwdriver flat tip

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    Testing brake booster: first make sure you have a booster (I do not) then a) in traffic; run up on busy intersection, on yellow light vigorously apply brakes....if you go through intersection, run straight home, hide and go to b)
    b)in garage; get in and push brake pedal down to where it naturally stops with engine off. Start engine, if the pedal sinks a bit more then vacuum supply and booster are OK. Option b) is a lot less abrasive on the nerves and wallet.
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    Mopar_Ja is close.
    It's a wireless soldering iron, not a flash light. But that would be name that tool.
    The correct answer for name that tool would be, a tweaker. You can look at them live on the net here. It's like watching a fish tank.


    And Grumppa is correct on the testing.
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