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Technical Tips to Keep those 42 Horses Happy

Please use your own discretion regarding the technical tips published on this website. The Illini Mets, MOCNA, the Webmaster, the source of the tip, or Lycos/Tripod do not claim that any of these tips will suit your particular vehicle or situation. Always use proper safety equipment when working on your Met.

MET TOWING INSTRUCTIONS

FLYING LADY HOOD ORNAMENT INSTRUCTIONSPDF Document

(Supplied by IlliniMets member Bob Greenlee)

BLINKERS/TURN SIGNALS

OIL CONSUMPTION

BODY WORK

RADIO

GAUGES

TRAVELLING TOOL BOX

IGNITION

PAINT CODES

MISC. PARTS INFO

BRAKES

SUSPENSION

DISTRIBUTOR TUNE-UPPDF Document

Pages 3 & 4 of the Feb. 2002 Illini Mets Newsletter

CLEANING ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS

I have a tip on on cleaning the electrial connectors on the Mets. Go to the local sporting goods store and buy a .17 ( 17 caliber ) bore brush. They are made of brass and do a good job cleaning the inside of the connectors . Tt helped our cars. (Supplied by IlliniMets member Bob Greenlee)

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