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So I'm guessing that the plug wires were bad????????????????????

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So I'm guessing that the plug wires were bad????????????????????
If by bad you mean they were intentionally cut where they travelled underneath the block, then yes, they were bad.
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Excellent play Very entertaining, Shakespere would be proud

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Gotta disagree 1Bad, I thought it was very funny. And the guy didn't try to hijack the thread like we see so many times on this board. You know, "did you check your rear muffler hanger?" in response to a query about a valve cover gasket leak.
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Gotta disagree 1Bad, I thought it was very funny. And the guy didn't try to hijack the thread like we see so many times on this board. You know, "did you check your rear muffler hanger?" in response to a query about a valve cover gasket leak.
I promise I checked them both, and the trunk lock too.
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For that I say HA, if you actually read it all then you would appreciate it. Congratulations doctor, that was one of the most entertaining posts I've ever read on this site At first I was thinking where the hell is this guy going with this medieval themed story?? That must've taken some time to write out and yes I have to agree with Bryan that Shakespeare would shat thyne self with pleasure from thoust play At least it wasn't a severe problem and turned out to be a couple mangled plug wires so congratulations on figuring out the problem
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Hark! The story doth continue! Fiendish deeds have been revealed, and the veangence of smalle claimeth court may surely be invoked henceforth!


Cast of Characters

The Car: A 1967 Impala 4-doore sedan
Michael, First Lord of Pullman: Owner of Impala
Lady Amber: The Owners Wyfe
Gordon, A Mysterious Knight: Proprietor of New Shoppe
The Vagrant Ed: The Olde Mechanic
Darren of Knobville: Proprietor of Olde Shoppe, Employs The Vagrant Ed
Sir Sigtrap: Heir to the Norman Empire and A Seer, Companion of Michael
YoWanYee: A Moore, Ruffian and Prostitute, Engaged to Princess Marnee.
Princess Marnee of Knockers: Escaped from her native land, overrun by olde folke.
Sean, Earl of Bremertonia
Lady Lori, Wyfe of Sean



Act IV, Scene I, in which the longing for steele opens the tale.


Interior: The apartment of Michael and Amber, where the family and guests Sean and Lori hath convened for merriment.

Michael: Hast thou heard the kings proclamation? By God, mine contraption do runneth and runneth well!

Sean: Lord be praised, good sir, hast thou moved the contraption beyond the limits of posted speed?

Michael: Nay, for I thought best to wait for a companion.

Sean: Mine own contraption, called the Barra-Kuda hath not been driven in many a fortnight. How I long to travelle in a contraption powered by car-burh-ate and built of strong armore.

Michael: Mine chariot awaits, let us drive to the plant of mystery, where the liquid gloweth blue in the pot and strange experiments of alchemy are performed.

Sean: You have my sword, good sir!

Michael: Never shalt thou repeat that in mine presence again. The phrase hath once been caught but is now released.



Act IV, Scene II, in which the chariot moves itself


Michael: What sayeth ye, mine friend? Doth the power of mine chariot impress? Hast thou liver been sufficiently crushed?

Sean: Sloweth down, milord! I feel as if mine dinner shall make an unwelcome exitte!

Michael: Very well, mine girlish friend.

Sean: Egads, thou hast nearly run off the cobblestone!

Michael: Nay, I hath recovered! A life and will of its own this contraption seems to haveth, for when instructing it to tame its speed it hath turned to the righte!

Sean: The spirits hath surely not be exorcised, and wish to do us harm. Stopeth thine contraption this instant, sir, for I shall put my lyfe in danger no longer.

Michael: Very well, friend. But thou wilst surely miss the spinning of the nut-of-doughe.

Sean: Perhaps I might staye for a moment longer, milord.


Act V, Scene I, in which more treachery is uncovered.

Interior: The apartment of Michael and Amber. Michael sits in a chair of fyne green cloth, drinking a hot beverage and once again speaking into the strange device which eminates voices of its own!

Michael: Good knight! I am sorry to disturb thou once again, but mine chariot hath acted in a strange and evil manner!

Gordon: What sayeth thee? Hast thine chariot lost the will to move yet again?

Michael: Nay, my friend, she hath truly gained a will of its own and now moves without instruction!

Gordon: Lord be damned! Thine chariot begins to annoy me, good sir!

Michael: Yay, for when instructed to stop mine contraption stoppeth, yet moves to the side of my companion as well.

Gordon: Ah, the device called the caliper hath surely stuck.

Michael: Nay, this cannot be true, for when mine contraption was last seen by the scoundrel Ed, he hath replaced the cylinder-of-wheel, rimmes, and tyres. Surely mine calipers hath been tested?

Gordon: So it shouldeth been.

Michael: Mine woes grow only with time, good knight. What remedy existse that thou recomendeth?

Gordon: Hast thou a paper of receipt, with the knave Darren's own seal?

Michael: Have it I do, my friend. What haveth thee in mind?

Gordon: Bringeth me thine car and receipt, and goeth over thine last repairs I will. How much hath thou spent in thine last transaction?

Michael: Aye, nearly two-thousand coins it hath cost, nearly all of my savings!

Gordon: If find errors or deception I do, thou will haveth options in the amounte of three.

Michael: Speak, sir, for I shant contain mine anger for much longer!

Gordon: Thou couldst demand thine coin returned, taketh Darren before thine Magistrate in the courte of small claimeth, or obtaineth a man of the law and sueth for thine coin in addition to compensatory damage to thyself. Surely thou contraption hath depreciated, with no means by which to secure it from the infestations of bees, the damage she taketh from the rays of yon sonne, and full repaireth of thine reputation and timeth loste.

Michael: Put they name with paper and quille wilst thou, attesting to the state of mine contraption?

Gordon: Aye, and thou shouldst find another that willst do the same. In the Courte of Small Claimeth, men of law are surely banned, and the testimony of men in support of thee and thy claimeth shalt insure thy victory of the demone!

Michael: Vengeance shall be mine!
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Can you post a new sound clip of what it sounds like now? Or is similar to what it sounded like before?
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Can you post a new sound clip of what it sounds like now? Or is similar to what it sounded like before?
Edit: Sorry, got home way later than I thought, will post audio sometime tomorrow.

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