97up-list-digest Friday, November 27 1998 Volume 01 : Number 291



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Re: FTE 97up - tracking rail cars on the web.
FTE 97up - Re:oil leak

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Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 14:06:30 -0500
From: Jean Marc Chartier
Subject: Re: FTE 97up - tracking rail cars on the web.

Jean Marc Chartier wrote:
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> Union Auto wrote:
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> > Does anyone know how to track railcars on the web? I have a F-250 running
> > late it's VIN is 1ftnf21sxxec53405 and according to my info should be on
> > rail car # TTGX941500. Any help would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks
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> > Nathan Bernard
> > Union Auto, Inc.
> > Union, IA 50258
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> Nathan,
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> As of 12:46 Central time today it was in Ixonia, WI.
> It is routed to FOSTORIA, OH. I traced it from http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.cpr.ca/Cpr.htm?/customers/Default.htm Under the picture of the Locomotive click on Shipment tracking, on the next page click on Equipment tracing. On the last page type the car # in the box and click on trace.

Regards

Jean Marc Chartier
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Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 15:47:42 -0600
From: "Bud Feuless & Miki Magara"
Subject: FTE 97up - Re:oil leak

In my original response to your post, I suggested that the most common cause
of an oil leak in this area would be an improperly tightened oil hose to the
turbo. When this problem is left unchecked, it can become so serious as to
starve the turbo of oil and cause bearing failure. My question, therefore,
for your dealer would be, was the oil leak a result of a hose/oil delivery
problem or was their a seal failure in the turbo. If it was the hose, the
problem would be poor assembly or service practices (workmanship) by either
the factory or someone performing service after delivery, not a parts
problem. Just curious...

Regards, Bud


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