Improvise. Adapt. Adapt. Adapt. Overcome.
...wherever the department gets their service done there was a tech who drained it but didn’t fill it. After it blew it was inspected with no oil on the dipstick. After sitting and checking it again oil magically appeared. At least that’s the story I heard.
There’s supposed to be friction material there.
It left a trail of roller bearings pulling into the bay
He’s putting racing stripes on it.
it has an electric pump to run coolant the the water to trans cooler, the pump failed, drove 4 hrs with the car unable to go over 50 mph through the mountains. died a block from the shop
1991 Mazda 626... we told the guy just to scrap it before the rust falls away and it’s worth less!
...the internals of the cv joint at transfer case
...A small oil leak on a beater Chevy wasn’t something I was gonna drop everything for. Told them I’d be out in a few days. In the meantime I get a text saying they stopped the leak but not it won’t start.. gasket sealer on a crankshaft position sensor will tend to do that...
Don’t forget to change your window tint every 3000 miles!
You sure it wasn’t a HURR DURR?
Here is the aftermath... Yea it sucked balls, took me and a few other students about 4hrs to clean up.
17 Silverado Duramax... It ended up having a turbo underboost code along with a mass airflow code so he believes that something definitely got in there and did some damage
Gx670 vtwin (on a grain auger), can’t be more than 5 years old, still has the price tag
Better than a garbage bag, that’s for sure.
“I wasn’t asking”
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We get it, you brake.
Update to this post (seen in JRitS vol 65)
The adjuster came out and I got pretty sideways with him over their choice to fix it. He was adamant that it needed to be fixed and not totaled. He said the price they needed it at before it would be totaled out was $37k.
The smell was highly offensive.
No oil pressure, you say?
Obligatory brake post
Obligatory tire post