Date: 4 Feb 2005 20:41:13 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: Auto Mechanics and Saabs

On 04 Feb 2005 22:12:52 +0200, Simo Melenius <firstname.lastnamenospamfi-spam> wrote: > Dave Hinz <> writes: > >> On 04 Feb 2005 21:30:17 +0200, Simo Melenius <firstname.lastnamenospamfi-spam> wrote: >> > There isn't much of a procedure to it, IIRC. You can unscrew it, look >> > at it and lubricate the moving parts, that might help for some time. >> > Then you want to lubricate it again, preferably with oil with greater >> > viscosity so that the lubrication won't wear off so quickly. >> >> Well, it's not just lubricating the moving parts, it's polishing up >> the corrosion on the commutator on the motor that moves the parts. > > Is the old style AIC much different from the new style AIC? Not sure. Is the new style much different from the old style? ;)

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