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Old 17-04-12, 05:26 PM   #1
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seeing as more and more of us are purchaseing the equipment how about a deadicated place for the how toos rather than hunting them down.would be good to have a collection in one place ..
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Old 17-04-12, 05:42 PM   #2
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seeing as more and more of us are purchaseing the equipment.
Good idea, but with more and more tinkering with their pug's I'd think twice about purchasing a 2nd hand one now
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Old 17-04-12, 05:51 PM   #3
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as long as garages and dealers charge so much i dont think youll ever stop people tinkering as they have done since cars came about i remeber the days of the old escorts and cortinas you had to tinker only differance is this day and age its computers, what seems complicated to us oldies is a walk in the park for this generation..
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Your right, but it's those who tinker for the sake of it https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...y-reset-21568/ that can spoil a perfectly good car.

With modern cars a slip of the finger can do more damage than a hammer.
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Old 17-04-12, 06:08 PM   #5
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yea i agree do you remember the days of shit car wont start hit the starter with a hammer and away ya went lol.
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Old 17-04-12, 06:13 PM   #6
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looked at that thred it is a case of not knowing what ya doing id never change anything that i didnt know what it was myself...but it is a good case..
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yea i agree do you remember the days of shit car wont start hit the starter with a hammer and away ya went lol.
Ahhh the good old days, ht leads, points, cracked dissy caps and using your ears

I know the thread was about altering something and not knowing what they were doing, but how many do it and don't admit to it
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Old 17-04-12, 07:59 PM   #8
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yea i know what ya mean..ahhh the good old days where all you needed was a screw driver, spare set of points and a dizzy cap..mad how much cars have changed now you need an IT degree and a van load of spares..i swear when my kids leave home im ganna get myself an old motor again..if i can afford one that is..you could fix literally everthing..and all you needed was hyanes to help ya..
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I quite liked the spanner and hammer days, always remember fitting a new dizzy to a mini during one hell of a hailstorm but got it going again. Saying that, now im older and little more heavy in the middle its nice to have more sophisticated tools
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