I always thought the newer trannies had a lot of electrical components to them. Heck most newer cars can almost drive themselves with the electronics that are in them. Some of that has to involve the tranny.
Think of it this way, if you take it and start working and learn some stuff, you can always help us out should we ever need it.
Good to hear greywolf, good luck at the new job! Im trying to find something in the north Mississippi or Memphis area myself, As of right now I am working in Pascagula Ms but can't wait until I can find something at the house.
It's bad enough we have daylight savings time - but why did they have to change it this year? Got to work, FIRST DAY AT A NEW JOB half an hour late.
I BET Hillary had something to do with it. It had to be her or Al Gore!
I even checked my computer at five after midnight last night, NOPE! No time change.
That being said, it went pretty well. I positively stink of varsol, the boss is a Christian man who's hobby is hovercraft and who owns a Bradley GT project, the atmosphere in the shop is awesome, I'm picking up on new stuff, there's a tool outlet a quarter mile down the road similar to Harbor Freight,and I time my smoke breaks so that I can watch trains go by just past the end of the back parking lot...
Only one thing sucked: I spent almost all day pulling an auto trans out of a four wheel drive V6 Chevy Blazer II. I swear those things are designed by sado-masochists!
At four thirty I started on a full sized chevy with an auto trans and a V8...
Six bolts and two lines in the morning and it will be out and down.
Why's everything with a V6 or less seem like a total PITA???
It is fairly obvious that all of this is a school What bothers me is what am I expected to learn from it?
Why am I here... What is my purpose...
I don't know if I am passing or failing
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