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Old 02-16-2012, 08:19 PM   #11
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Fight the power man!!!!

If you want some fun, come over to my house in a few weeks. Doing my 4th engine change!!
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MORE fun? I don't know if I could handle MORE fun! lol! Got the stabilizer links on ok last night, couldn't get into the rear driver'* side drum, it'* all rusted on. Went into the shop this morning to get 2 new front tires (was driving on steel basically), and remembered, oh hey, the brake fluid reservoir was looking pretty dry. Had them top it off, they were thinking I might have a problem with a wheel cylinder or master cylinder. The rest of my brake lines were recently redone. Got home, noticed my "engine leak" was back. Got out of the car and realized, you know... that REALLY doesn't smell like burning oil... oh my god, it'* burning brake fluid! Looks like the master cylinder is still good, but following the lines out of it, I see some rusty as hell brake lines that DIDN'T get redone. *SIGHS*.... at least that takes care of two problems at once though. Good luck with your engine change, you got 4 more than I have. hehe
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that bonnie will show you whos boss, and its not you. been there, lol
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Lol, right? You can say that again. Getting closer though. At least it DRIVES well now, it'* just stopping that is a problem (again).
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