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  1. You need to locate the computer.You should have a eec power relay.If your ecm(computer) is in the passenger side kick panel,the relay is right above the computer.If ecm is mounted elsewhere,the relay might still be in kick panel.The EEC relay...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 19/05/2014

  2. So, if I put the search term "KOEO test code 512" into the magic google box, I get this. http://www.amopower.com/eec-iv.htm If you had done the same, you would've had the answer a long time ago. You're welcome.

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/04/2014

  3. Your iHome device is probably not MFi (Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad) certified. ...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 31/03/2014

  4. It's on the distributor,but that will not stop power to the fuel pump.There is a pump cut-off switch under the dash on the passenger side.See if your getting power to the switch and out of the switch. There is also a pump relay and fuse.Buy a test light and follow the...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/03/2014

  5. Yes the Ford inertia switch has 3 wires. Besides the main in and out, there is an out to the dash warning light. But if the red button is in, it has not been triggered and should be ok. And if it is...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/03/2014

  6. Yes it should rattle, basically it's a steel ball sitting on a cone inside to keep a circuit closed, in an impact the ball rolls out of the cone and opens the circuit which cuts power to the fuel pump. Easiest way to test if that's your problem is to...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/03/2014

  7. Look for a black box with a red button on the firewall behind the brake pedal, or under the dash on the right side of the glove compartment, appears those are the 2 possibilities of where it should be. Sounds like a bad relay to me though.

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 18/03/2014

  8. As per CAPM: Required Rate of Return = Risk Free Rate of Return + Beta(Expected Market Rate of Return - Risk Free Rate of Return ) http...

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 08/04/2014

  9. required return = (market return - Risk free rate) * beta.

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/03/2014

  10. per CAPM... E(r) = RFR + ß(Rmkt - RFR) E(r) = 3% + 0.86(11.5% - 3%) = 3% + 7.31% = 10.31% The risk free rate is GIVEN at 3%. Not sure I understand your question about the RFR being 7.5%.

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 17/03/2014

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