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ben771williiams
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November 5th, 2021 at 2:15:28 AM permalink
By the way, I'm afraid to do anything at the dealership. They broke my engine cover, and did not say anything, I found it myself, after a while, came to them, and pointing out their mistake they did not believe it, I through difficulties still with the ability to prove it and they wanted me to glue the old, I grinned and began to swear. They put a new one, and imagine how many things they can break and you do not notice it and they will not tell you that. So do it better in the car services, which you will be confident or better yet do it yourself, so there is a higher probability that everything will be fine. So when buying a car and reading that the man serviced at the dealer, I treat this purchase with caution!
stonethehustler
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November 5th, 2021 at 2:37:46 AM permalink
I don't know that and I won't even touch xD I go to the mechanic and he does everything
Maxxx17
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November 24th, 2021 at 2:39:44 PM permalink
Try to change it yourself. You have to start somewhere.
DRich
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November 27th, 2021 at 4:41:01 AM permalink
Quote: Maxxx17

Try to change it yourself. You have to start somewhere.
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Just buy a new car every 10,000 miles and don't worry about changing oil.
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November 27th, 2021 at 5:17:28 AM permalink
Quote: DRich

Quote: Maxxx17

Try to change it yourself. You have to start somewhere.
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Just buy a new car every 10,000 miles and don't worry about changing oil.
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This is more subtle and hilarious than an iconic thank-you could properly commend.
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