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How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Auto Q&A with Tom Torbjornsen

Dear Tom,

I own a 2006 Ford F150 pickup truck. A while ago you answered my question about the fuel gauge sticking. I'm now having the same problem. If I rock the truck and put it back into park, then the gauge works. If I am correct, you said this was a result of too much sulfur in the gas and there is an additive that can used to resolve the problem. I can't remember what additive to use. Can you help me out?

Don from Jasper, IN

Don,

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Watch Far West Regionals Live

You can watch the High School Football Far West Regionals LIVE all day on Saturday.  Click here to watch the live stream of all three championship games from All High Stadium in Buffalo and to participate in a live chat.

Don't miss a single play of the action as the Western New York championship teams face off against their rivals from Section V in Rochester to try and advance onto the state semifinals.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian on Red Jacket, Six Nations, War of 1812

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY PROUDLY PRESENTS PULITZER-PRIZE WINNING AUTHOR DR. ALAN S. TAYLOR

Taylor to give lecture entitled: "Red Jacket and the Role of the Six Nations in the War of 1812"

Dr. Alan S. Taylor, a renowned and award-winning author and historian, will be at the History Museum Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 1:30 p.m., to speak on a subject near and dear to our city and region.

His lecture, "Red Jacket and the Role of the Six Nations in the War of 1812," is particularly apropos for the region and the museum now. Local interest is mounting with even more than the usual fervor as we ramp up for the 2012 bicentennial of the War of 1812. In addition, the museum currently has an exciting and in-depth exhibit exploring Red Jacket in the context of John Mix Stanley's monumental painting "The Trial of Red Jacket."

An Easy Way to Support Pet Connection

Did you know that you can help Pet Connection Programs Inc. without leaving the comfort of your chair, and receive great discount deals at the same time? Click on the link below and register for TeamSave Buffalo updates. All you need to provide is your e-mail address. Then, Monday through Friday, you’ll be notified of a great discount offer in WNY — 50 to 90% off! When you register, Pet Connection will receive $1. It’s that simple! Here’s the link: http://www.teamsave.com/promo/buffalo_petc_112010

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Man Stabbed on Amherst Street

BUFFALO, NY-- Buffalo Police are investigating a stabbing that happened late Thursday afternoon on Amherst Street.

Police say a group of people jumped a 20-year-old who was walking down the street, and stabbed him.

The victim, whose name is not being released, was stabbed several times but is expected to be okay.

Officials are still looking for his attackers.

 

Maelstrom in WNY: We Are Who We Are Because of Veterans

How can we pay back Veterans for what they have given the United States? You often hear that question on this day as the various ceremonies around the community celebrate and honor those who served for their country. For some the debt owed is greater than others.

There are those Veterans who served in WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Dessert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Afghanistan. Men and women who were in the heart of the action and have images that will haunt them until the day they die.

We have all watched the films, TV shows and read the books. There are stories of great heroism and tragic outcomes. Young men, barely out of high school put into situations that would test any ones heart and soul. Many left behind in graveyards bearing names we could not even pronounce. Then there are those who returned but left much of their selves behind.

How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Auto Q&A with Tom Torbjornsen

Dear Tom,

I own a ’91 Lincoln Town Car with the 4.6-liter V8. While I was driving home the other day the accelerator seemed to slip past its normal position a little too far. From then on, it accelerates very slowly and will not kick into overdrive when the accelerator is depressed all the way to the floor. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Lucas from Keosauqua, WA