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RE: Hood Will Not Open On 2008 Nissan Versa

I can reach through the grill and move one latch to the left, but I can't figure out how to release the latch that releases the tension and allows the hood to pop up slightly.
mikeleblanc413 06/25/15 06:04pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Hood Will Not Open On 2008 Nissan Versa

THANKS! I can go through the grill and reach the latch that is visible from when the hood slighlty pops up from the inside release. I move the latch to the left but the hood does not budge. There must be another latch that is not releasing.
mikeleblanc413 06/25/15 11:57am Dinghy Towing
Hood Will Not Open On 2008 Nissan Versa

Inside hood latch does not work to release the hood to be opened. Have Googled and pulled on the cable with pliers with no success. Any ideas? Thanks!
mikeleblanc413 06/25/15 10:26am Dinghy Towing
RE: Make Sure You Know what RV Prep Includes

WOW! Another BAD experience with Camper World! Has anyone had a good or semi good experience? I don't ever see any of my money going into their coffers!
mikeleblanc413 06/21/15 09:44pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Camping World Parking

Everytime I read a post where Camping World is mentioned...there are problems. How does this company stay in business!
mikeleblanc413 06/17/15 08:00pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Campgrounds in the Four Corners?

Check out Canyon de Chelly in Arizona. You can't be 100 miles away. Not only is this National Park worth a visit, but they have a campground there.
mikeleblanc413 06/12/15 01:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: WIFI hot spots

To follow up on a previous post as to speed; for what I do, email, Facebook, searching for local info, I found NO problem with the speed. In fact, it worked as good as the Millenicom hotspot I used before they went belly up.
mikeleblanc413 06/08/15 08:55pm Technology Corner
RE: WIFI hot spots

ennajean...I made my purchase from information gleaned from this very forum. Just be sure you get the one that operates off of Verizon, NOT AT&T. Here is the one I ordered from WalMart: ZTE 288C LTE
mikeleblanc413 06/07/15 08:41pm Technology Corner
RE: WIFI hot spots

For a recent trip out West I purchased the Straight Talk, verizon tower, Hotspot for under $100. I also purchased a 2 gig card for $25. We traveled through Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado. The hotspot always functioned as it should. We used it for light surfing, facebook and email and in two weeks barely used 1 gig. That time has now expired (it was for 30 days), so next time I get ready to use it, I'll load 1 gig and be on my way for $15. To load I will either need to call or access the internet from another source. I used the internet to load the first card and it was painless. That's the way I'll load up the next one.
mikeleblanc413 06/07/15 07:59pm Technology Corner
RE: real world fuel mileage

I drive a 2000 Winnebago Minnie Winnie V-10 and get from 8-11 MPG depending on conditions such as into the wind, flat land, hills, etc. I pull a 2008 Nissan Versa and don't notice much difference in MPG. When it's hot I also run the generator and A/C and there might be a little difference. Nothing to speak of. When everything works, what a way to travel. I'm not going to worry about pennies.
mikeleblanc413 05/20/15 08:32pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: HOW accessible is FREE WIFI while travelling?

After research I purchased the StraightTalk Hotspot that works from the Verizon Towers. Throughout our trip from East Texas, through New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Zion and Bryce in Utah, and the backroads of Colorado the unit always connected promptly and functioned as it should. Our use was Facebook, email and surfing for local information. The best part was that we barely used 1 gig. We are now back home and shortly our 30 days will run out. For our next trip we'll load another card; although probably not the 2 gig card I bought but a 1 gig. VERY PLEASED!
mikeleblanc413 05/20/15 06:23am Technology Corner
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