Coolant Leakage Solved- BUT now BOOST
i2k at xmission.com
Thu Aug 4 09:14:12 EDT 2005
Your point is valid. Should've added " . . .without it becoming a large
source of frustration." I'm willing to accept a thinner wallet in lieu
of DIY, but I don't have much patience for "Gee, we thought we had it
fixed." "Gosh, we've never seen that before." "These old cars only
provide two or three fault codes."
We all have enough incompetent fools to suffer in this life without
pushing the idiot/village ratio further.
I'd be delighted to pay dealer rates if Bernie or you want to make
yourselves available as needed ;-)
On Wednesday, August 3, 2005, at 05:06 PM, Eric_R_Kissell at whirlpool.com
> Kerry Griffith <i2k at xmission.com> wrote:
>> My plan since I bought the car was to maintain it
>> well and drive it to 150k or more
> You slay me. 150k should be no problem.
> Bernie can tell you how to do it while maintaining a thick wallet.
> 1991 200q 20vt Avant, 206,000 mi
> 1989 200q 10vt Avant, 215,000 mi (FOR SALE)
> 1986 5000cs 10vtq Sedan, 165,000 mi (hardly broken-in)
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