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Old 03-23-2006, 04:33 PM   #1
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Well, it has finally happened. the tempo finally gave up, and said the turn signals will work no longer. after 2 days of dodging idiots that have no clue what hand signals mean, i replaced it, and found it to be original Ford equipment.

Farewell, my little clicking friend :(
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Well, it has finally happened. the tempo finally gave up, and said the turn signals will work no longer. after 2 days of dodging idiots that have no clue what hand signals mean, i replaced it, and found it to be original Ford equipment.

Farewell, my little clicking friend :(
im confused, you replaced the tempo or the turn signals



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Well, it has finally happened. the tempo finally gave up, and said the turn signals will work no longer. after 2 days of dodging idiots that have no clue what hand signals mean, i replaced it, and found it to be original Ford equipment.

Farewell, my little clicking friend :(
im confused, you replaced the tempo or the turn signals



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the switch, i replaced the switch.

It would take a lot more than that to get Ford Boy to replace his world renowned <sp> tempo.
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Would help to replace the whole car with a Bonneville.
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Would help to replace the whole car with a Bonneville.
i hope to get a bonneville, but i still plan to keep the tempo.
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Well, it has finally happened. the tempo finally gave up, and said the turn signals will work no longer. after 2 days of dodging idiots that have no clue what hand signals mean, i replaced it, and found it to be original Ford equipment.

Farewell, my little clicking friend :(
im confused, you replaced the tempo or the turn signals



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the switch, i replaced the switch.

It would take a lot more than that to get Ford Boy to replace his world renowned <sp> tempo.
how about a pipe bomb under the hood?
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Put some of that in your gas tank, and I'll bet you'll hit more than 85 down hill lol
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only if it takes out the engine <solid iron>
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Haha I got the joke.
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You're really looking foward to that everclear ain't ya?
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