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- - - - definitely a keeper!
@Massageman I didn't even mention how I felt if she knows how to shoot a gun!! :) :)
That would be the icing on a tasty cake!
@Massageman We can dream, at least! :)
The reason you’re saying that is because I put “do” on there by mistakeNothing hard to understand
Plus to gather? Do you mean together?
I said what I said an that's it not to be rude or anything.God Bless
Nigjt i think you should proof read your opinions more as well cause some one could get the wrong idea when you miss type things as often as you do just my opinion
Ok let me ask u this what do u mean because their is no way else to put it but for this person to take there time in texting.Are u saying this because I told this person that? God Bless
no I only said that cause there was a couple of places where u may have corrected yourself had you proofread it that's all
You should also be able to check the other fluid levels (also quite easy), but otherwise that's enough to get you by. I don't expect anyone to be a mechanic, but tires and fluids are important things that every driver should know. Good job for making an effort! And find someone to take 10 minutes to go over the other fluids with you. That could be the difference in preventing many thousands of dollars of repairs.
@MrOracle What fluids are you actually referring to?
Coolant is probably the most important after oil - and "coolant" doesn't mean water, it means antifreeze. Note: clean up any spills - pets are drawn to its smell but it is poisonous to them. Power steering fluid is also important in most cars, and if the fluid level is going down, it usually means you have a leak, and letting the leak go could mean the power steering pump dying, among other things.You should check, but not necessarily top up, the brake fluid. I recommend having the brake fluid completely flushed and replaced every 3 years as well. It's cheap to do and relatively easy to do, but I've seen cars where the fluid is so old it's like dark coffee or it's a semi-solid like Jello! That's SO dangerous! Checking the brake fluid is mostly looking at the condition of the fluid (it should be very light brown, kind of like iced tea), but also that it's not really low, which indicates a leak. You also don't want to see white froth, which means the fluid is boiling and is effectively destroyed.And the last common fluid is window washer fluid. That should also not be just water, especially if you ever drive in freezing weather, because water will freeze in the lines and you can't wash the windshield if you get salt or mud spray on it. You need window washer fluid, which contains some alcohol to prevent freezing, and some soap to help cut grease.
@MrOracle Thank you so much for all this very informative information, it's much appreciated.However, fortunately the car is only a year old and therefore has another two years of warranty left on it, and as it gets regularly serviced and will be change for a new one in two years, I don't think I have too much to worry about, other than perhaps getting a dreaded puncture.
change y'own damn oil...
It makes you feel special to take care of a woman including her car we want her to be helpless and need us its sexy for her to look confused