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Old 09-15-2007, 09:27 AM
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Cool When it Rains, It Pours!!!!!!!

Great. It's finally Friday. Been waitin' all week. Went to sneak out of work early, and the dang truck wouldn't start! GGGRRRRR!!!! Mechanic at work agreed with me that it was time for a new starter. By the time I got out of there, it was later than my normal quittin' time. GGGRRRR again!!!!!! Get her towed home, and start pulling it off. While I'm under the truck, the wife calls. Perfect timing, not. She asks "what does it mean when the OD light blinks?" Oh boy, now we are having fun. Luckily she was a couple blocks away, and heading to the house. Just what I need- 2 vehicles broken, at the same time. Put new starter on, and then scanned hers. Looks like it's time for a visit to the trans shop. $200 total for tow and starter, then another $400 or so to fix hers! Like I said- when it rains, it pours!
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Bummer. But look on the brite side, you truck is fixed and you can come to the meet tomorrow.
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