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BANGKOK 22 February 2019 01:43
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Timing light, where to buy?

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Nana Screw

Must be very old vehicle ... burn wood ? 555

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And no ABS, seatbelt pre-tensioners, GPS, SatNav, ...

OBD2 code readers cheap - even have apps for your fone ...

But you need a smart fone, two old tomato cans and a piece of waxed string don't cut it.

 

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14 hours ago, canthai55 said:

Nana Screw

Must be very old vehicle ... burn wood ? 555

I'll check them out.  Burn wood? No, it's burning rubber.

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2 hours ago, Vacuum said:

Thanks, but the link suggests that I should have a 'smartphone' and download an app. No have.

Its just a "suggestion" resist and just order on-line :wink:

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Armed with a picture go to any local car parts store !!!

 

Armed with picture show it to any motorbike taxi guy

 

Armed with a picture show it to a songtaew driver.

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4 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

I'd rather have an old car I can work on myself than one of the pieces of <deleted> they put out now that cost a fortune and have to be fixed by expensive garages with the diagnostic equipment.

The day they went computerisation was a sad day for commonsense and DIY.

 

I miss trundling  about  in my 1937 Austin 7. 

And  slip streaming it  behind a  big rig on the motorway in neutral. 😂

 

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