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Does it have a special relay or a seloid to

Does it have a special relay?

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  • ra_pops Nov 19, 2009

    I'm sorry I asked a question with a qustion? Duh huh I was just writing down or trying to put it in words for car partsor whatever. I was just trying to help my boyfriend out with rhe cars. We don't have creditcards so I can't get help any further thankyou for your help, wasn't Ray"s fault with the questions . It was me thankyou. sorry again.

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    Justin Case May 11, 2010

    Hello RAP, I need you to do something. Read your post. Note the level of detail included. Now, imagine you are a stranger, unfamiliar with you or your problems. What could you get out of such an INADEQUATE description? You don't see crowds of experts tripping each other to get to you, do ya? Yet Sean responds. He wants clarification on what you so dismally failed to describe on your initial attempt and what does he get? Details? No. You respond by DOWNRATING him? For what? Not being a psychic? For asking you what 'IT' is. While I'm sure in your case in would be remedial mind reading, no psyhics work here. I've got to tell you, though, you sure can rack'em. Lets see: You post a problem that is non-descriptive, non-specific and non-sensical. What is termed as a one liner. You post it on a site where people VOLUNTEER their time and expertise to help people in REAL need of their services. The payment these experts receive is in the form of RATINGS. They work hard for them. They are a source of pride. In spite of the fact that a 'One liner' is usually indicative of the effort the asker is willing to put forth in solving their own problem, Sean responds to you. He asks you what you are talking about so he can help you But you wanted your magic answer not questions so you down rated him On Friday the 13th Did I miss anything? Oh I forgot. No questions. Well here's the deal. You just inherited a truck load of negative Karma, I'd fix it if I were you. Then again, I'd never be so rude as to be in your position. BTW, no one else would touch your problem with a ten meter cattle prod. Please take this in the most satirically possible way, Good Luck.



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