A remote hose (AKA Remote Coil) is a coiled hose that you screw into your ASA on your marker, and your tank, allowing you to place the tank anywhere you feel comfortable. If you are going to play with the remote, I advise poking a hole through your outfit and threading the hose through your uniform, so you don't get it caught on any brush, metal, etc.
its called a remote line or remote hose.
All of them are.
The "tombstone" is what the gas-valve connection device on the Tippmann A5/X7. It is on the end of the steel hose, which is connected to the ASA or Air source adapter, where the tank is screwed in.
clamp or fastener not tight enough!!! or hose not push up on neck of radiator or push to far on neck pass the marker which is a raised marker/stopper
The coil pack on a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire is located behind the air intake hose. Just behind where the air intake hose connects to the top of the motor is where the coil pack is on this vehicle.
Hose down the paint, most of it should wash away. Paintballs are biodegradable, anything that doesn't wash away should disapear in a day or two of sunlight. Depending on your nieghbor, you may want to appoligise. Good luck! PS: When not at a designated paintball field, you should treat your paintball marker like any other firearm. Know what is down range from your target. It was only a house this time, but next time it could be your nightbor's eye...play smart, paintball has enough enemies already, do what you can to preserve and enrich the sport. <END RANT>
If you have a paintball gun shoot it but if you don't have one then spay it with a hose.
coil the hose and put it in a bucket of warm water..or if no warm water put in some water..
Heater CORE, not coil. The core is plugged and needs back flushing or replacement.
To refill a paintball tank, you must first go to a paintball field or store with a paintball air compressor. You can't refill them with just any home depot compressor, it takes serious pressure to fill these tanks. Find the fill station with the same pressure as your tank (3000, 4500 or 5000 psi) and hook up the fill hose to the fill nipple on the side of the tank while it is attached to your gun. Then press the lever or button in until the gauge on your tank or on the filler is at the correct pressure and release. Then unhook the fill hose.
the hose is worn and needs replaced... over time the hoses can become brittle and unstable.. sometimes these hoses are made with a coil spring inside of the straight portion of the hose, to prevent the hose from collapsing(contracting). replace the hose and that should be all you need to do.
The coil is located on the Right inner fenderwell. The later type coil it is located in a black casing next to the top heater hose , immediately adjacent to the oil dip stick.
That's not a hose, It's the main spark plug wire that goes to the center position on the distributor. That is how the spark gets to the distrubutor to be sent to the plugs.
You should be alright as long as you have a sign up that says "no trespassing". I used to use my paintball gun on teenagers. It sure showed them that "no trespassing" means no trespassing.
The coil is dirty.Hose it out with a water hose.
To cool the water going to the dispenser. Usually a 1/4" plastic coil.
you have to take it to a dealership you have to take it to a dealership Answer !!!! No you do not have to take it to the dealer.. Call a Locksmith Dealers hose you.
There could be a loose wire on the sensor, under the ignition, on the driver's side heater hose, the single wire or small sensor on same hose.
TDC will be the longest mark on damper you should remobe vacuum hose from distributer and block it while you set timing. remember to unplug and replace hose after you have set timing
The coil (only one) is located next tot eh radiator hose on the 2.2L/2.5L. On a 3.0L it is on the rear of the intake manifold. Follow the plug wires from the distributor and you will find it.
May have a bad heater coil or a lose coolant hose clamp near fire wall.
The thermostat is just below the ignition coil on the outlet of the upper rad hose.
its most likey the crank sensor its on the top driver side of the trany close to the bell hose. you can get to it from under the jeep
possibly you've got a stuck up water valve that's why the hot water continously flows to the heater coil, for the meantime to cut it off open the car hood and look for two rubber hose that is being connected to the engine side and the other end is connected to a aluminum or steel tube that is coming out of the dust board front in the hood. it is the water supply going to the coil heater inside the car. Remove the hose clamp ( engine is cold ) and put a temporary plug to both hose. Then have the heater valve and coil be check by a qualified car aircon tech.
DO IT YOURSELF !!and SAVE!! product at lowes" SIMPLE GREEN" Spray on ,hose off.Really that simple.Dont let them fool you .it's only dirt and grass,of course grass you will have to clean off yourself.Other than that ,just an hourly rate of 65 an hour,$40 for the coil cleaner,use of your water hose,travel time to and from and maybe fuel charges.aint worth it.