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Old 06-09-2012, 04:26 PM
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Red face To be perfectly honest 'NPR' has never been my cup of tea ... but there are genuine .

exceptions. These two fellows (Car Talk) would be at the head of that short list.

Been listening to these Guys for close to half my life?

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I heard that last night Fred. You know, I tried to reach them a few years back. I had a problem with my old Ford truck that I could not figure out. I am not much of a Saturday listener but when I would be on the road I listened the the Tappet Bros.

The thing that always got to me was that 90% of the callers had some old exotic or at least strange model of car. There were few things that I could use given in the answers other than some levity at times.

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Ard, we 'Agree to disagree' save for this .... "... other than some levity at times."

After about 1995 (07?) every car/truck had so damned much in the way of 'plug ins,' save for a $10,000 shop machine you were 'toast.'

So much for the 'Shade Tree Meick-A-Nick. Well, I might leave Diesel Engines out of that one. Doesn't work? Three choices: It's not getting fuel; It's not getting air; or something really is broken.

Start with first, work for the second and hope like hell it's not the third.
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back in the day you could rip out and swap motor,tranny in a afternoon and a 12 pack. Now days i lift the hood...look around a bit, shut the hood and call the shop!
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