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Old 05-05-2018, 07:36 AM   #1
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Whatís missing here?

Can someone tell me what these wires belong to? My bus has been sitting in an unsecured lot for several months, and Iím afraid some things have been stolen out of it. I canít remember if there was anything mounted here before, but here are some dangling wires. 7162F9D3-CB6C-44C6-851A-8BEE3FAD8E5C.jpg
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Old 05-05-2018, 07:43 AM   #2
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Most likely from the video recording system.
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Old 05-05-2018, 08:35 AM   #3
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Ah. Thank you for your help. I don’t recall having a camera there in the first place, but that would certainly make sense as a thing thieves would target. There is a camera box with a two-way mirror mounted closer to the center of the dash, though. Could this be something else? Maybe related to the adjecent PA system? The battery in the bus is dead, so I can’t test anything right now.
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Old 05-05-2018, 08:50 AM   #4
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My bus had a few things that were removed and wires just hanging. Nothing to worry about.
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Old 05-05-2018, 10:18 AM   #5
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did you get your motor swapped out?
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Old 05-05-2018, 12:47 PM   #6
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Hey! You remembered me and my motor swap! Sorry I didn’t update like I said I would. The project hit a snag: non-mechanically related. Human drama so explosive Jerry Springer would think it fiction. I did document our progress, and I’ll upload the play-by-play eventually, but the bus is on stand-by right now while we pick up the pieces of our personal lives.
We made quick work of pulling both motors and stripping the bus motor down to bare block. Then, with both vehicles incapacitated, a weird and scandalous love quadrangle erupted between myself, my boyfriend, our mechanic friend, and his female business partner. I suppose diesel can be intoxicating. One thing led to another, and I spent Christmas Eve cowering behind a 1958 Pontiac Star Chief in a dark corner of a garage, while a woman who looks like Rocky Balboa rampaged about smashing windows and threatening to kill me. I don’t have a boyfriend anymore, and my mechanic friend doesn’t have a business partner. Trucks and engine parts are strewn everywhere, and there’s no room to work in the garage.
My bus’ new name is “Nobody’s Girlfriend.” She’ll get her engine eventually, and it’ll be one hell of a blog post.
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Old 05-05-2018, 02:18 PM   #7
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Hey! You remembered me and my motor swap! Sorry I didnít update like I said I would. The project hit a snag: non-mechanically related. Human drama so explosive Jerry Springer would think it fiction. I did document our progress, and Iíll upload the play-by-play eventually, but the bus is on stand-by right now while we pick up the pieces of our personal lives.
We made quick work of pulling both motors and stripping the bus motor down to bare block. Then, with both vehicles incapacitated, a weird and scandalous love quadrangle erupted between myself, my boyfriend, our mechanic friend, and his female business partner. I suppose diesel can be intoxicating. One thing led to another, and I spent Christmas Eve cowering behind a 1958 Pontiac Star Chief in a dark corner of a garage, while a woman who looks like Rocky Balboa rampaged about smashing windows and threatening to kill me. I donít have a boyfriend anymore, and my mechanic friend doesnít have a business partner. Trucks and engine parts are strewn everywhere, and thereís no room to work in the garage.
My busí new name is ďNobodyís Girlfriend.Ē Sheíll get her engine eventually, and itíll be one hell of a blog post.
I'm sorry I laughed at that post. but I like the new name of the bus. post progress pics and updates soon.
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Hey! You remembered me and my motor swap! Sorry I didnít update like I said I would. The project hit a snag: non-mechanically related. Human drama so explosive Jerry Springer would think it fiction. I did document our progress, and Iíll upload the play-by-play eventually, but the bus is on stand-by right now while we pick up the pieces of our personal lives.
We made quick work of pulling both motors and stripping the bus motor down to bare block. Then, with both vehicles incapacitated, a weird and scandalous love quadrangle erupted between myself, my boyfriend, our mechanic friend, and his female business partner. I suppose diesel can be intoxicating. One thing led to another, and I spent Christmas Eve cowering behind a 1958 Pontiac Star Chief in a dark corner of a garage, while a woman who looks like Rocky Balboa rampaged about smashing windows and threatening to kill me. I donít have a boyfriend anymore, and my mechanic friend doesnít have a business partner. Trucks and engine parts are strewn everywhere, and thereís no room to work in the garage.
My busí new name is ďNobodyís Girlfriend.Ē Sheíll get her engine eventually, and itíll be one hell of a blog post.
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Old 05-05-2018, 06:06 PM   #9
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Hey ApeWriter - I notice that you're in Philly. Can you run down to Darby and pick me up a cheese steak with onions at Falones? It's been AGES since I've had one of their sandwiches. Send it in a CARE package to Montana. And, if you've an inkling, add an Italion as well.
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Old 05-05-2018, 07:35 PM   #10
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Hey! You remembered me and my motor swap! Sorry I didnít update like I said I would. The project hit a snag: non-mechanically related. Human drama so explosive Jerry Springer would think it fiction. I did document our progress, and Iíll upload the play-by-play eventually, but the bus is on stand-by right now while we pick up the pieces of our personal lives.
We made quick work of pulling both motors and stripping the bus motor down to bare block. Then, with both vehicles incapacitated, a weird and scandalous love quadrangle erupted between myself, my boyfriend, our mechanic friend, and his female business partner. I suppose diesel can be intoxicating. One thing led to another, and I spent Christmas Eve cowering behind a 1958 Pontiac Star Chief in a dark corner of a garage, while a woman who looks like Rocky Balboa rampaged about smashing windows and threatening to kill me. I donít have a boyfriend anymore, and my mechanic friend doesnít have a business partner. Trucks and engine parts are strewn everywhere, and thereís no room to work in the garage.
My busí new name is ďNobodyís Girlfriend.Ē Sheíll get her engine eventually, and itíll be one hell of a blog post.
And I thought that my girlfriend ruefully naming my bus The Mistress (because, she said, I spend more time with her than with her . . .) was bad enough.
When you're in your dotage you'll be able to laugh about this recent pimple on the butt cheek of life. It could have been worse - you're still alive and still with a bus, albeit in pieces. Both you and it can eventually be put back together again, like Humpty Dumpty.

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Old 05-06-2018, 12:22 AM   #11
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Our bus has a little 5in fan mounted there for the driver. But our bus is old and doesn’t have a/c.
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Old 05-06-2018, 07:48 AM   #12
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Our bus has a little 5in fan mounted there for the driver. But our bus is old and doesnít have a/c.
Those fans are very useful for the driver, but they were put there to aid defrosting. Mine has three of them.
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Old 05-06-2018, 11:09 AM   #13
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woah sorry to hear about the setback.
Hope you can find all the pieces!
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Old 05-12-2018, 09:48 PM   #14
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well....sheeeit that's a couple of posts right there.

Was gunna say something about getting a motor revving, but... in the words of Archer "Swear to god I had something for this..."

good to still have a bus and as other have said looks not important wires.
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