How To Pull Honda Codes Without a Scanner -EricTheCarGuy

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I feel like I should have made this video a while ago but the opportunity never came up. Since I had this RL in my shop that had a check engine light AND an ABS light I thought it was a perfect opportunity to put this video together. I get asked all the time about my ‘special tool’ and it’s really nothing more than a Honda 2 pin connector with the input wires soldered together. These connectors might be harder to find than you think but if you run across a junk honda and one of these is on the harness grab it. Even if you don’t have the tool a paper clip or piece of wire will do the exact same thing so don’t sweat it if you don’t have the tool because shorting the connector is all you need to do.

I hope you find this video helpful.

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How-To Build a Skatepark – Quarter Pipe Part 1: Transition Templates – Manual Labor

Professional skatepark builder, Jona Owings, from Hazard County, GA teaches you how to build everything you want to ride! Get some southern style instruction every Sunday.

In this episode, Jona shows you to draw your transition templates in order to build a quarter pipe.

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Columbia Industries Low Profile Landfill Tipper

This video shows one of hundreds of Columbia Low Profile Landfill Tippers in operation. This particular unit is located in the Eastern Oregon. Columbia Low Profile Landfill Tippers are an especially useful tool for the solid waste industry as they facilitate the efficient, safe, and easy unloading of payload from the highway trailer into the landfill. Columbia Tippers are safe, reliable, and affordable, combining the most important characteristics for Industrial Machinery. Columbia also produces a similar unit that is especially suited to the wood products industry. Please contact Columbia Industries via for more information.

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BMW E36 M3 diff carrier bush removal with BMW special tools

Removing the BMW E36 M3 diff carrier bushes with BMW Special Tools. This M3 Evo diff carrier front mount was then reinforced and painted black before Powerflex bushes were installed.

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Control Panels & Industrial Products by Param Engineering, Ahmedabad

[] Welcome to Param Engineering Manufacturer & Exporter of Control Panels, Pipes, Valves and Machine PartsThe company was established in 2002, at Ahmedabad. Our Ultramodern infrastructure& experienced workforce help us to cater Indian Subcontinent & Middle East.Competitive pricing, Ethical business policies & variegated payment options make usthe first choice of our clients.We offer a wide array of Piping Skid, Power Control & Distribution Panels.Our Power Control & Distribution Panels are best in the industry amongst others.Mimic Diagram, Piping Skid & Machinery Parts offered by us are a class apart.Our Industrial Machine Components & Sight Products are cost effective.We also provide Industrial Machine Components & Sight Products are superior inperformance.Along with that we offer Valves & Valve Fittings that are widely acclaimed in the market.To get the best deal in the vertical, log on at –

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Fire Alarms: Mandatory For Safety

Just as we expect a bevy of safety features in our car, we must take equivalent safety measures in our homes and offices. House alarms warn us of intruders and carbon monoxide detectors alert us if poisonous – and invisible – gas has entered our home. But equally important is the use of properly installed and deliberately placed fire alarms throughout your home. They can be the first line of defense when fire threatens you life or the lives of your family.

Fire alarms are often found as standard equipment in newly built homes. Most states have adopted fire code laws that require fire alarms on every floor of each home. But if you move into an older home you must ensure that all fire alarms are operational and situated in the proper locations. Fire alarms should be mounted on the ceiling of every floor of the house – including the basement. The most important thing to remember is that in a fire situation, seconds count. Give yourself as much time as possible by putting fire alarms throughout your home. While as late as the 1970s it would have cost upwards of $1,000 to outfit a home with fire alarms, today’s homes can be safe guarded for under $100. Modern fire alarms are efficient, technologically advanced, and extremely affordable.

Most fire alarms can be installed by do-it-yourselfers with simple household tools. But if you are unsure about the location or installation process, check with a certified alarm installation technician or contact your local fire department. Remember that more is always better when it comes to protecting the lives of you and your loved ones; so don’t cut corners when it comes to purchasing the best fire alarms.

Some fire alarms can be integrated straight into your central alarm system. So in addition to alerting authorities if you should have a break-in, it will notify fire personnel should your fire alarms sound. This can be especially helpful if you are away from home on a frequent basis; you will rest assured that your home is always being protected.

In addition to fire alarms, be sure that you and your family have a fire plan that you practice several times a year. This should include an exit strategy for every person in the house as well as a meeting location at a safe distance outside the home.

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Management – a Case Study – Pt 2

This is the second article in a series looking at Management and how you can understand it better and use it in your business. For the previously published sections, please contact using the links at the bottom of the article.


What we today know as Management – as a career, job title, and a part of business – has been fine-tuned over a hundred years of business activity. Many theories and approaches were developed and implemented, and each has left their mark on how businesses manage their activities today. Understanding what these theories are, and what the objectives were for each, will help give you a fuller understanding of how managers operate today.

Scientific Management theory (approximately 1890-1940)

In 1911, a new approach to management began. Its objective was to establish an approach to management that saw an organisation maximizing efficiency and productivity within its operations. This method advocated there is one best way with which to complete a task, and was developed at a time when the industrial revolution was just beginning. It was common that there could be up to 20 ways to complete a task, and each would produce different results in different times. This situation led to gross inefficiencies of staff time and productivity was low. Scientific Management set about defining the tasks that an employee had as their responsibility, and put these tasks into a system or method whereby other staff can be trained to complete the same job in the same way.

At this time in the industrial revolution (that period at the start of the 20th Century when industry was breaking new grounds and there was massive expansion in workforce and production), workers and managers were in continual conflict. Workers were put onto jobs without much thought about their abilities, and managers were viewed as looking after their own needs and not the needs of the workers.

A common incentive method used with this management approach was economic incentives – i.e., more money for work completed on or before it was due. Once the right person with the right tools and training was placed on the job, extra incentives were given to help them complete the job in as quicker time as possible.

Scientific Management techniques were developed to respond to a massive increase in labour-intensive jobs. Today’s society and production can complete similar tasks in a fraction of the time, thanks to modern development of technology (i.e. forklifts, etc). However, what this approach established was the effective pairing of skills and abilities to a task, and assessing the output against a performance measure. Scientific management continually works at increasing the ROI (return on investment) of the company through process management.

General Administration Techniques (approximately 1910-1940)

This theory was already being developed at the same time as the Scientific Management technique, but with a different focus. The focus was on how the organisation worked as a whole, rather than efficiencies in the production areas of the business. This approach has led to overall good management practices in today’s world. One of the most influential developers in this management theory was Henri Fayol, who described what he saw as the top 14 principles of the function of management.

1. Specialization of labour. Specializing encourages continuous improvement in skills and the development of improvements in methods.

2. Authority. The right to give orders and the power to exact obedience.

3. Discipline. No slacking, bending of rules.

4. Unity of command. Each employee has one and only one boss.

5. Unity of direction. A single mind generates a single plan and all play their part in that plan.

6. Subordination of Individual Interests. When at work, only work things should be pursued or thought about.

7. Remuneration. Employees receive fair payment for services, not what the company can get away with.

8. Centralization. Consolidation of management functions. Decisions are made from the top.

9. Scalar Chain (line of authority). Formal chain of command running from top to bottom of the organisation, like military

10. Order. All materials and personnel have a prescribed place, and they must remain there.

11. Equity. Equality of treatment (but not necessarily identical treatment)

12. Personnel Tenure. Limited turnover of personnel. Lifetime employment for good workers.

13. Initiative. Thinking out a plan and do what it takes to make it happen.

14. Esprit de corps. Harmony, cohesion among personnel.

As part of this approach, a bureaucratic system was designed. This was characterized as a division of labour and a clearly defined hierarchy within an organisation, with detailed rules and regulations. The bureaucratic approach to management is, in its purest form, not used in today’s management practices. This type of system is not overly conducive to allow an individual’s creativity and talent come through their work, due to the nature of the system (rules, regulations, etc). However, it does lend organisations a useable base format that is used to develop internal organisational structures that can be adapted and adjusted to fit with the needs of the business and its workers.

Quantitative Technique (approximately 1940-1960)

During World War 2, many countries involved in the War needed to apply a quantitative approach to making decisions with respect to their armed forces, what decision gave the best result, fewer losses, highest impact, and so on. It effectively took the human element out of the equation, and used mathematical models to make decisions.

The Quantitative Technique uses the same approach. Decisions were based on the statistical models, simulations and the like. Before a decision was made, a predication of the outcomes was made, and the results of the predication led to a particular decision being made. Although this approach has influenced modern management techniques in the areas of planning and control, it has its limits. This method does not allow for the personality or the spirit of the organisation to be factored in when making a decision. As a business is made up of people carrying out set tasks, it was recognized that a method that incorporated this element of an organisation would be more effective.

Organisational Behaviour Techniques (approximately 1940-1970)

The study of how people were treated at work, and how this impacted on the performance of the business, began long before the mid 1950’s-1960’s. Common sense indicated that how people are managed on a interpersonal level impacted on the company, but there was no systematic way that this process could be integrated into an organisation.

This new approach to people management inspired studies and new methods revolving around human relations and the importance of motivating the workforce. The underling premise was that workers were more important than machinery, and should therefore be treated with greater care and understanding if the business was to perform better.

This theory focuses on the importance of employee satisfaction. It advocates that a happy employee is a productive employee, and is concerned with how a business interacts humanely with its employees. Now, it is understood that to achieve the best performance of a business means that its staff are treated well and their needs are met. However, this approach took time to develop. Motivating employees through money incentives alone became less and less effective, and employees soon wanted to have their efforts recognized and rewarded beyond extra pay in their pay-check.

Both Scientific and General Administrative Techniques viewed employees as an extension of the machinery they operated. The manager’s role was to ensure that the system continued performing efficiently and with little interruption. These methods did not take into account the individual needs of the staff, which would ultimately lead to employee dissatisfaction and inefficiencies. Modern day management techniques blend aspects of these techniques to balance the needs of the business with the needs of the employees. This relationship is symbiotic, and one can not succeed without the help of the other.

Matthew Tibble

DIY: Volkswagen MKIV Stereo Removal

How to remove the stock radio on a Volkswagen Golf , Bora, Beetle or Jetta MK4. You will need special tools to remove this stereo which can be purchase from your local auto parts or electronics store. These Special Tools can also be made by little pieces of steel or credit card plastic. Although I would be cautious about the credit card plastic because it can break. Once you insert the special tools on the slots on each side of the radio, this will unclip the deck from the dash and you can now pull it straight out. After you’ve removed the stereo, you can now continue to unplug the wires on the backside.

Note: When removing the stereo, make sure you still have your access code in order for the stereo to work again if you intend to use it in the future.

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BMW facility and tool making

In the tool and plant engineering facility at the BMW factory in Munich so called water cooled press methods are developed. These cooled press tools enhance the safety of the car and decrease CO2 emissions because the lighter material. Have a closer look at the process.

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