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Old 05-06-2008, 01:48 PM   #21
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:banghead:banghead "ABS" Automatic Break System" all tied together, through a computer.

About the universal joints...It's funny now but believe me it wasn't back then. We all need a good laugh now and then.



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Old 05-06-2008, 01:51 PM   #22
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i didnt know that would be tied in with that....:doh your sure doing a good job of making me feel stupid!!! oke
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Old 05-06-2008, 01:54 PM   #23
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Don't feel that way...I'm sure I don't know a damn thing about your job. Much less want to know other then for the knowledgeable aspect. It is NEVER my intent to make one feel that way.



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FlounderAssassin (5/6/2008)i didnt know that would be tied in with that....:doh your sure doing a good job of making me feel stupid!!! oke
Don't feel that way...I'm sure I don't know a damn thing about your job. Much less want to know other then for the knowledgeable aspect. It is NEVER my intent to make one feel that way.
oh i know that...im just the type of person that when something breaks i want to fix it. and i also know that its hard to help people when you dont get enough information. and it really agrivates me that i can be there to look at it myself and be able to give you better information.
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Old 05-06-2008, 01:59 PM   #25
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Pfft thats nothing I had a GUY bring his car in on a wrecker for overheating after he decided to add water...only problem was he pulled off the oil cap (complete with picture of oil can) places water hose in the valve cover and turns on full blast until it blows the dipstick out of the car (literaly)

........Or the guy who brought his in and for some 710 fluid and to find out why his electric fan wont shut off... well #1 there is no 710 fluid turn the oil cap right side up retard and #2 if your hunk of orange extension cord going straight to your battery from your fan wasent a indicator as to why it runs constantly then i cant help you.
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Old 05-06-2008, 02:01 PM   #26
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Ignorance
is the condition of being uninformed or uneducated, lacking knowledge or information.

In this case about automobiles

Stupid
is either an <U>adjective</U> meaning "lacking in intelligence", or a <U>noun</U> meaning "someone (or something) exhibiting <U>stupidity</U>".,



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PompNewbie (5/6/2008)Pfft thats nothing I had a GUY bring his car in on a wrecker for overheating after he decided to add water...only problem was he pulled off the oil cap (complete with picture of oil can) places water hose in the valve cover and turns on full blast until it blows the dipstick out of the car (literaly)

........Or the guy who brought his in and for some 710 fluid and to find out why his electric fan wont shut off... well #1 there is no 710 fluid turn the oil cap right side up retard and #2 if your hunk of orange extension cord going straight to your battery from your fan wasent a indicator as to why it runs constantly then i cant help you.
LMAO!!! ok...i feel a lot better now cause i am in no way that bad! when it comes to older stuff im pretty good...when i was 15 i pulled a 305 out of an 84 chevy truck and replaced with a 350 in less then 12 hours...all by my self except for lineing up themotor to the trans and motor mounts. drove the truck on my dads slab that morning and then drove it offlater that night with the other engine in it. but when it comes to all these computer controlled stuff they got now you almost have to have aMasters in computer enginerring to work on them!!!
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Old 05-06-2008, 02:06 PM   #28
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I can believe the over heating/wrecker story alright, but how in the HELL can ANYONE be so damn stupid and able to drive think he needed 710 oil. I've heard it as a joke but come on, did it infact happen with you?



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True story..among many I could share with you after 10 yrs turning wrenches and 2 yrs slinging parts.

Like for instance the guy who bought a case of oil from me and went in the parking lot to top his oil off...only to come back in for another case because he had used all of his and still couldnt see the oil in the valve cover...............
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Thats just crazy!
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