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Old 09-10-2006, 10:56 PM   #1
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Rash of bus fires lately

About six buses a day across america according to the local news paper in Greenville S.C. Four 1995 Thomas rear desiel engine pushers have burned here in sc alone, seems to linked to battery cables/powersteering lines/ fittings rubbing together due to clamps/ straps not holding them , causing either a hole in the line squirting fluid on the engine or cables rubbing a bare place shorting out, A closer inspection has found more that could have burned, replacing defective or missing straps/clamps holding wiring and hoses seems to be the fix.
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