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Old 03-09-2004, 06:02 PM
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Why you shouldent take ur car to midas..

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Old 03-09-2004, 10:30 PM
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Thumbs up WOW what a great deal

This is great. I am going down there in a day or two to get some work done on my exaust system. It has a leak somewhere but I can't find it. It will not hold a vacuum, wich in turn causes my windshield wipers to operate sparodically. I am sure glad they do such a through check on their customer's vehicles, because there may be something I need that I don't know about. A perfect example: The last time I was there they found a leak in my tire intercooler system. Had they not found it, I could have been stranded on the road God only knows where. I had an out of state emergency the very next day that took me 2500 miles from home.

I take my hat off to the fine folks that dedicate themselves to a fantastic service department.

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Old 03-10-2004, 11:17 AM
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Old 03-10-2004, 02:59 PM
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Gee...I don't have any place I can park on the street...how am I going to get along with the cheaper transmission, I think I have to have reverse...don't I?

Chickie.

Oh, and my halogen fluid must be low, cuz my headlights used to be a lot brighter!
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Old 03-10-2004, 06:11 PM
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ROFLMAOPMP

Just don't ask to have the headlights aim adjusted, because the rental on the unicorn is OUTRAGEOUS, not to mention the installation costs of having the crosshairs mounted to the unicorns' horn....................

Well just don't go there. If you have to ask, you cannot afford it.

And the halogen fluid is cheaper than the xenon (pronounced zee-non), and the xenon is cheap compared to the HID (High Intensity Discharge) gel, they switched from fluid to gel with the HID systems.

Just for informations sake the HID gel does not transfer heat as efficiently as the fluid does, and the resulting bubbling is similar to trying to shine a flashlight through a jet spa tub.

Oh yeah, with all this other going on remember the muffler bearings, whether they ask or not GO WITH THE NEEDLE BEARINGS, the ball bearings are non-serviceable and shipped dry to prevent having to pay the hazerdous materials shipping fees.
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