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oDesk outsourcing your personal projects

oDesk outsourcing your personal projects

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My 9-5 job requires me to find other business=
that can do a job that my company doesn’t want to manage or doesn’t have t=
he resources to manage it.
Now that I have been working on "Getting=
things done" for my personal life, I have found the need to delegate =
some of my projects I will not have time for.
So I set out to find a per=
sonal assistant. I have used most of the freelance boards out there, but I=
really like oDesk for hourly work.
I placed a job ad and with in severa=
l minutes I have people bidding on the job.
I now have 2 personal assist=
ants. One in India and one in the Philippines that can do the things I don=
‘t have time for
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GM 6.5L Diesel Stalling, Won't start. – Now FIXED in 10mins

GM 6.5L Diesel Stalling, Won't start. – Now FIXED in 10mins

This is Part 2, you can read more here.
Part 1: GM 6.5L Diesel Stalling, now Won’t start.
Part 3: GM 6.5L Diesel Won’t start Again

I order a remote mount PMD from Pensacola Diesel for $279 to try and fix the problem.
The new PMD came with a 6′ extension cable, Resistor, Heatsink, zip ties and the new PMD.

The 6′ cable is the key to making this a 10 min fix on the truck.   I left the old PMD in place and simply disconnected the harness cable (the hardest part) and Plugged it in to the new harness extension. I ran the new cable down to the bumper (making sure that it clears all moving or hot parts).  I dropped in the resistor, bolted the new heat sink/PMD to the bumper, and plugged in the harness. I then turned the key and it fired right up.  I have put about 100 miles on the new PMD and have no problems yet.

Took about 10 mins total.

I hope to write a new post soon with pictures and more details.

Want Better Fuel Mileage for your 6.5L Diesel? Read this