• Why does Yahoo think N$gro is a bad word... when it isn't at all?

    There's the united n$gro college fund, and also present in MLK's greatest speeches. Why does Yahoo block it out? It's not like I said something BAD... is it? Watch: My best friend is a *****, and I hear from him all the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/*****
    There's the united n$gro college fund, and also present in MLK's greatest speeches. Why does Yahoo block it out? It's not like I said something BAD... is it? Watch: My best friend is a *****, and I hear from him all the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/*****
    2 answers · Languages · 5 years ago
  • Does anybody have experience with replacing SRS airbags?

    I bought a 1997 Saturn Wagon in Hawaii, as we needed a reliable used car cheap. The owner "forgot" to tell us that the airbags had deployed, and the light on the dash was covered with black tape. I bought some airbags on eBay, and am sending off the SRS control module to get erased and reset so it's like new. The problem is: The... show more
    I bought a 1997 Saturn Wagon in Hawaii, as we needed a reliable used car cheap. The owner "forgot" to tell us that the airbags had deployed, and the light on the dash was covered with black tape. I bought some airbags on eBay, and am sending off the SRS control module to get erased and reset so it's like new. The problem is: The steering wheel airbag connector melted badly when the bag deployed, and it's part of the "clock-spring" harness. I don't want to tear that all down and replace that because one plug is melted. I can splice, and shrink-tube that together, no problem. My question is: Besides the pain in the butt job, what else do I have to be careful with... besides hoping the bags don't deploy on me accidentally?
    2 answers · Safety · 5 years ago
  • Does anybody have experience changing SRS airbags?

    I bought a 1997 Saturn Wagon in Hawaii, as we needed a reliable used car cheap. The owner "forgot" to tell us that the airbags had deployed, and the light on the dash was covered with black tape. I bought some airbags on eBay, and am sending off the SRS control module to get erased and reset so it's like new. The problem is: The... show more
    I bought a 1997 Saturn Wagon in Hawaii, as we needed a reliable used car cheap. The owner "forgot" to tell us that the airbags had deployed, and the light on the dash was covered with black tape. I bought some airbags on eBay, and am sending off the SRS control module to get erased and reset so it's like new. The problem is: The steering wheel airbag connector melted badly when the bag deployed, and it's part of the "clock-spring" harness. I don't want to tear that all down and replace that because one plug is melted. I can splice, and shrink-tube that together, no problem. My question is: Besides the pain in the butt job, what else do I have to be careful with... besides hoping the bags don't deploy on me accidentally?
    1 answer · Maintenance & Repairs · 5 years ago
  • How can I use my computer hard drives to use as a DVR?

    I have these 80Gb hard drives left over. How can I use them to record TV shows? Anyone? Anyone?
    I have these 80Gb hard drives left over. How can I use them to record TV shows? Anyone? Anyone?
    2 answers · TiVO & DVRs · 5 years ago
  • Where is the airbag module in a 1998 Saturn Wagon?

    My airbag light is on, and I need to send it to get reset. Where is it? I don't trust the GM dealer here.
    My airbag light is on, and I need to send it to get reset. Where is it? I don't trust the GM dealer here.
    1 answer · Maintenance & Repairs · 5 years ago
  • Why do masses attract? What is the force of gravity?

    The universe is built on the forces of gravity... but how does it work? WHY? What makes it happen? How come? Why do things lump together? Why do masses attract? On what scale do they work? Is it molecular forces? Please explain.
    The universe is built on the forces of gravity... but how does it work? WHY? What makes it happen? How come? Why do things lump together? Why do masses attract? On what scale do they work? Is it molecular forces? Please explain.
    9 answers · Astronomy & Space · 5 years ago