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Old 08-07-2012, 04:29 AM   #14241
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I think the worst part is paying for labour. I don't know how to work on my car myself so I am at the mercy of a mechanic.

I'm telling you, I want this Henry so bad I could just about smell and taste it. It remains just a tad out of reach right now. But it will be mine someday soon.
That's very true. The fuel injectors on the 90s Nissan 4 cylinders only had 2 screws and a connector to remove them. They charge a flat rate fee of 3 hours plus the part!!
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I think the worst part is paying for labour. I don't know how to work on my car myself so I am at the mercy of a mechanic.
i've only once come out ahead when it comes to mechanics, the alternator went out on my Cadillac & i spent all weekend trying to get the old one out to no avail, even with a shop manual. i sucked it up & took it to a shop, they told me it would take 2 hours. it took 4. but luckily they only charged me for the 2 hours they quoted

as i was paying, the mechanic that worked on it came in to drop off the keys & asked me "is that your car?" i replied yes & he said "thanks for the business, please don't bring that stubborn sonuvab*tch back again." it felt really good to see the frustration on someone elses face
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That's very true. The fuel injectors on the 90s Nissan 4 cylinders only had 2 screws and a connector to remove them. They charge a flat rate fee of 3 hours plus the part!!
But what does it take to get to the injectors? I had to pull the intake plenum off my truck to get to my injectors and it was a pain.
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But what does it take to get to the injectors? I had to pull the intake plenum off my truck to get to my injectors and it was a pain.
That's why gm stuck with tbi for so long... see, it's not all bad!
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That's why gm stuck with tbi for so long... see, it's not all bad!
Uh have you seen how the GM TBI is? It's bad, it's very, very bad...
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But what does it take to get to the injectors? I had to pull the intake plenum off my truck to get to my injectors and it was a pain.
They were right there when you opened the hood.
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Uh have you seen how the GM TBI is? It's bad, it's very, very bad...
I kinda own one speaking of which, I have a fuel leak i need to trace... not sure if it's the fuel line or tbi.
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They were right there when you opened the hood.
You need a new mechanic, I know a really good one. all you have to do is find some way to get her there.
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