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Old 10-01-2002, 11:59 PM   #11
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I call BULL **** on this one!
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No kidding! If you can't talk about it, what the hell are we answering for????

I actually thought you were having that problem RIGHT NOW, not back in January. We want to help if we can, but you gotta be more specific.

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I call BULL **** on this one!
U MUST THINK IM LYING.
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No, we don't. We just need more specifics. When someone comes in here with a problem, we jump all over it to try to solve it. We're problem junkies, especially when the problems are Bonneville problems. I got all worked up 'cuz I thought I was almost to the point of actually getting specifics out of you, and then you said 'never mind', and came off like you have emotional scars from the experience .

You have a question or a problem, throw it on the forum, but if we're gonna help, communication has to work both ways .

NOW. What'* wrong with your car...right now....be specific. We'll see what we can do.
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U MUST THINK IM LYING.
Lying NO! Not knowing what you're talking about YES!
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Now that everyone has vented....

Who wants their happy shots and pills now ....

Aahh.. the colors... the rainbows... all Bonnie owner like one another...
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IN JANUARY MY CAR WAS 1ST TAKEN IN 4 A WATER PUMP CHANGE THEN I GOT A BATTERY PUT IN NUT WHEN I GOT THE BATTERY PUT IN I NOTICE THAT MYOIL PRESSURE GAUGE WAS AT 0. I WENT TO MY DEALER TO GET A BATTERY AND GAVE THE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE TO THER ATTENTION. LATER THEY TOLD ME THAT I HAD A BAD OIL SWITCH AND TO CHECK MY OIL PERIODICALLY. THE NEXT DAY I WAS ON MY WAY TO WORK ON THE EXPRESSWAY AND 15MIN LATER I SEE MY CHECK ENGINE LIGGHT FLASHING. IT NEVER DONE THIS BEFORE. I NOTICE LOSS OF POWER AND I PULLED OVER AND ALSO NOTICED MY CAR WAS KNOCKIN BAD. I GOT OUT TO CHECK UNDER THE CAR AND MY OIL WAS DRAINING OUT FROM THE ENGINE. 1WEEK LATER I TOOK IT TO A SHOP AND THEY TOLD ME THE SAME THING BUT THOROUGHLY. THE DEALER DIDN T DO THAT . THEY EXPLAINED THE SWITCH TO ME LIKE IF IT WAS A FUSE AND SAID IT WAS $30.OO TO REPLACE. I SAID I'LL WAIT A WEEK. WELL $30.00 TURND INTO $1650.00 AND MY 1ST EXTENDED WARRENTY JUST EXPIRED 500 MILES AGO. CAR IS OK NOW THOUGH.
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yeah it was knocking.
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