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Old 08-12-2006, 12:57 PM   #31
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Yeah directly! Never had an indirect problem (alternator doesn't count), go honda!
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Old 08-12-2006, 01:08 PM   #32
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That probably has to do with the fact the problem was self inflicted, in the first place. Because we unintentionally did or didn't do something, it can make it difficult to figure out what you missed. I have found it help's tremendously to be able to get another perspective involved, it seems to enable parts of my brain that have apparently dozed off, many times. Other time's, it just helps to have someone ask a question or question's to help me see something I haven't been able to see, previously. I find it's a huge help, at times.
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Old 08-12-2006, 01:17 PM   #33
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That probably has to do with the fact the problem was self inflicted, in the first place. Because we unintentionally did or didn't do something, it can make it difficult to figure out what you missed. I have found it help's tremendously to be able to get another perspective involved, it seems to enable parts of my brain that have apparently dozed off, many times. Other time's, it just helps to have someone ask a question or question's to help me see something I haven't been able to see, previously. I find it's a huge help, at times.
Agreed. The collective minds here at GasSavers have helped me more than I've let on. Often times a simple car issue is solved b/c someone just said something and it made me think in a different way.

I've found the group here more helpful than any other car forum I've ever posted on.
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Keeping a cool head and remembering the basics is the key to solving car troubles!
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Old 08-13-2006, 06:53 PM   #35
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Too true. Because if you're like me, at the first sign of mechanical trouble, you jump to the worst possible case conclusion. Bad habit.
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