Acdelco 17079871 Carburetor Choke Pull Off on 2040-parts.com
Birch Run, Michigan, United States
Quantity Sold:sold individually
Manufacturer Part Number:17079871
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ACDelco 17079871 Carburetor Choke Pull Off
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Tue, 21 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The Megane RB8 comes in a fetching shade of Twilight Blue – inspired by F1, you may like to know – with contrasting Platinum Grey on the door handles, mirrors, spoiler and front splitter for a bit of added interest. Oh, and there’s a monochrome ‘Laurel’ on the rear side windows too. The interior gets a makeover too with Red Bull Racing logos dotted wherever Renault could fit them, and you can even opt for Renault’s R-Link system which throws in SatNav, Music streaming, Apps and Bluetooth and makes it available through version 2.0 of the Renaultsport monitor with built in TomTom and a Red Bull Racing home page.
Thu, 31 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
RADICAL Government proposals to privatise some roads in the UK and for companies to charge a toll have been rejected by drivers. Seventy-seven per cent of drivers say they would avoid toll roads and use another route to avoid paying to drive on a road. The government is considering handing over the running of some roads to private companies as part of the Infrastructure Bill as recommended in the Cook Report.
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The Hyundai ix35 FCEV completes record distance on a tank of hydrogen
Now the Hyundai ix35 FCEV (the hydrogen-powered version of Hyundai’s iz35) is starting to move out in to the real world (in a small way) Hyundai are keen to shout about its abilities. And perhaps its greatest ability is to do everything an ICE-powered ix35 can do, but doing it using hydrogen to create electricity to power the IX35′ electric motors, but do that in a way that creates a car with the same sort of range as an ICE car and the ability to refuel in a very similar way, and in a very similar time. So Hyundai decided to fill the tank up on an ix35 FCEV in Oslo and head off to Copenhagen to see if they could do it without needing to fill up.