From: Vic Smith on 2 Mar 2010 10:28
On Tue, 2 Mar 2010 14:15:06 +0000 (UTC), Tegger <invalid(a)invalid.inv>
>=?iso-2022-jp?q?Hachiroku_=1B$B%O%A%m%=2F=1B=28B?= <Trueno(a)e86.GTS> wrote
>> On Mon, 01 Mar 2010 20:33:30 -0600, hls wrote:
>>> "Tegger" <invalid(a)invalid.inv> wrote in message
>>>> The part you mention is readily available at your local Toyota dealer,
>>>> and costs about two dollars. I think it's called a "brake-light-switch
>>>> If in really serious doubt, the parts man can show you the diagram on
>>>> the parts computer, and you can point at the part with your finger.
>>> There you go, M.M. The answer in a nutshell. Dont invent if you can
>>> repair with factory parts for a couple of bucks.
>> Where's the FUN in that?!?!?
>> I'd head down to the local hardware store and pick up a nylon screw and a
>> couple of nylon washers...
>Or tape a dime in place of the real thing...
>Any other McGyver suggestions?
No McGuyver fantasy TV with mine.
My solution uses simple, inexpensive and readily available parts,
including duct tape, Liquid Steel, lamp cord, one chewing gum foil, a
bottle cap, and an empty milk jug.
Can't let out more info now. Patent legalities.
From: Tegger on 2 Mar 2010 11:11
Vic Smith <thismailautodeleted(a)comcast.net> wrote in
> On Tue, 2 Mar 2010 14:15:06 +0000 (UTC), Tegger <invalid(a)invalid.inv>
>>Or tape a dime in place of the real thing...
>>Any other McGyver suggestions?
> No McGuyver fantasy TV with mine.
> My solution uses simple, inexpensive and readily available parts,
> including duct tape, Liquid Steel, lamp cord, one chewing gum foil, a
> bottle cap, and an empty milk jug.
> Can't let out more info now. Patent legalities.
You forgot coat-hanger wire, the universal exhaust-system-repair component.
From: cuhulin on 2 Mar 2010 13:18
Acceleration issues seen in pre-'07 Camrys.
From: cuhulin on 2 Mar 2010 13:23
A few days ago, I finially finished up with sawing that tree stump below
If I do a McGyver and bore some penny size holes into the top of what's
left of that stump and if I hammer some pennys down into the holes, will
that make it rot out faster?
From: cuhulin on 2 Mar 2010 15:25
I have already put dirt back into the hole, covered it all over with
dirt and some grass seed and I wet it good.
Yesterday, one of my Daffodils was in full bloom, some Dandelions are
blooming in my yard, Creeping Phlox is taking over my yard, I saw some
little Bees zigging around on the Creeping Phlox.Almost like Springtime
around here, suppose to get up to almost 70 degrees next Sunday and
Monday.My yard needs mowing.