Winter Storm Warnings Google Sites Gadget

HughesTech Labs

We have completed the development of the Google Sites Gadget: Winter Storm Warnings.
If you currently have a Google Sites Site, then you can add the Winter Storm Warnings Gadget.

Simply get the simple install instructions and link code for the Google Sites Gadgets.

We also have another Gadget for Websites and Blogs. Both Gadgets are the same and the only difference is the way they are installed. Below is a live Winter Storm Warnings Gadget (Website & Blog Version):

Winter Storm Warnings

Our Gadgets are transparent so they look nice on any site. You can copy & paste the following html code to add the above Winter Storm Warning gadget to any Mobile or Desktop Website or Blog:

<iframe name="Winterstorm" src="" allowTransparency="true" width="290" height="250" scrolling="no" frameborder="0">
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<a href="">Winter Storm Warnings</a>

Email Spam from – Fight Back Filter It

HughesTech Labs:

We have been getting tons of Email Spam from so as required by Federal Law we are suppose to be able to unsubscribe from getting any further emails. Not with these folks, they are allowing anyone with an email list containing up to 100,000 emails to send them out via their servers daily for free!
Wow send 100,000 emails a day for free! Being that they are not unsubscribing when requested to so, it is time to turn it around on them! The following is what you can do to stop getting this email spam:

If your Hosting Company has a CPanel interface for your account then under the section labeled “Mail”
there should be two (2) options; Account-Level Filtering and User-level Filtering. If you only host a single domain name and your email is provided under that single domain name, then select option 1 (Account-Level Filtering). Both filters work the same way but the User-Level Filtering allows you to enter an email address that you want this filtering on.

Step 1: First Create a custom filter name for your filter then click the “Create a New Filter” button. We selected the filter name “” under “Filter Name:”.

Step 2: Create the Rule under “Rules”.
Using the pull-down menu select the Body option, next select the Contains option from the second pull-down menu.

Step 3: In the text box located below the two (2) pull-down menus enter the following:
P.O. Box 3881 Ramona California 92065
The above address is included in the body of every email and should be because it is also required by law!

Step 4: Next, Select the “Actions” button this will decide what happens when you get their next email spam. We selected the “Redirect to Email” option this way the hundreds of emails we get from them are sent back to their valid support email address! Fight Fire with Fire!
So if you want to do what we have done, then after selecting the “Redirect to Email” option paste this email address in the text box provided: then click save!

Of course they are going to change their text address to something else or add dashes to avoid the filter we just discussed but that is no problem, just key-in on something in the body of the email that is the same from email to email and create a new filter!

P0700 P1776 Chrysler Town & Country Dodge Caravan Don’t Panic!

HughesTech Labs:

Our Engineers have found another cause for the Chrysler Mini-Vans (Dodge, Caravan, & Grand Caravan) to throw Engine Trouble Codes: P0700 P1776
The Code P0700 is from the Transmission & P1776 Reports Stuck throttle Body Valve in reverse
These two (2) Codes will put your transmission in the “Chrysler Get Me Home” Mode.
When the Transmission is in this Mode, Fuel Usage is off the chart, Transmission will not shift and you can only do about 40 Mph Max!

Don’t Panic, take the KISS approach (Keep It Simple Stupid) by following the KISS method, you can save yourself thousands of dollars!

This problem may be present in other Chrysler Models as well but we will stay focused on the Mini-Van family for now.
The transmission does not have a temperature sensor, Chrysler uses some Computer Calculation using
the Cooling System’s temperature Sensors to throw the Transmission in Limp Mode, Get Me Home Mode etc.

The key here is Cooling System!

Here is a problem discovered in the Dodge Mini-Van:

The Temperature Gauge located in the Dash reports Engine Temperature Normal (just below the halfway mark). Really? After closer inspection, our team noticed that there was no circulation of engine coolant within the Radiator. Ok great, so this means one (1) of two (2) things a bad Water Pump or a Bad Thermostat.

So we took the KISS approach and checked the Thermostat first and that was the problem! It was stuck closed! Never opened at all! So the Temperature Gauge in the dash was wrong!

I forgot to mention this Caravan was throwing the Codes: P0700 P1776
After replacing the Thermostat at a cost of $14 at the local Auto Parts Store, and verifying that the Coolant now had circulation through the Radiator once the Engine Temperature reached 200 degrees and the Thermostat opened.

Problem solved! Mini-Van works great!

I know of People that have had these two codes and have spent thousands of dollars for a transmission overhaul. That’s funny it’s not the Transmission causing these codes so how do you fix a problem in a Transmission for Thousands of Dollars when it is a $14 Coolant Thermostat?

Do yourself a big favor check your cooling system first before having anyone touch your Transmission!

I hope this post saves People from being taken on costly transmission work!