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All your Diesel question answered in one video.

I will admit to being a third-generation mechanic and as such have trouble explaining things to novices.


Sometimes things that seem so simple to me dumb found the most educated man.

So to the novice and experienced I offer this bit of advice concerning that large chunk of iron sitting down in a dark hole.

When a problem arises that makes you want to scratch a hole in your hair, step back, relax, grab a glass of your favorite beverage and watch this video.

YouTube - Chrysler Turbo Encabulator

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That's hilarious Rick..

The guy has a gift of gibberish that's for sure...I would not have even been able to read that script with out busting up.

Thanks for posting it.

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I studied it hard and think that I should be qualified to repair one now.

Where can I buy one to put on my boat?






That was a great link, it definitely got sent to a few friends. Thanks.
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They always come out with the simplified version after I've finished the repair.
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Say what?!!? refluxulator ??... all I caught is "increase in billable hours that does nothing". Sounds very much like a Microcomputer based Kettle to boil water at 100degC.

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Need to repair

my left handed smote shifter. Got a video for that?
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I know those guys, they do that all the time for a living. BTW, no teleprompter, no cue cards, one continious take
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