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Post  Admin on Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:59 am

Just wanted to bring everyone up to date. Our backups were lost, but thanks to a certain PhoenixOS User: who is mailing me some code I need here; I will soon be able to resume working on the new build. Thanks to everyone for all your support over the years! I am hoping that this version will be revolutionary and be what we all been lacking in a real Linux system, since Linspire was terminated.

Stay tuned....

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Post  bobd13045 on Fri Oct 28, 2011 1:05 pm

Admin wrote:Just wanted to bring everyone up to date. Our backups were lost, but thanks to a certain PhoenixOS User: who is mailing me some code I need here; I will soon be able to resume working on the new build. Thanks to everyone for all your support over the years! I am hoping that this version will be revolutionary and be what we all been lacking in a real Linux system, since Linspire was terminated.

Stay tuned....

Ray Very Happy

Good Luck Ray. Take your time.

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Post  jpisini on Fri Oct 28, 2011 2:54 pm

I look forward to it. How did you make out with the car?
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Post  Admin on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:36 pm

jpisini wrote:I look forward to it. How did you make out with the car?

Car went well, only two things left: spark plugs/wires/oxygen sensor and speed sensor, then its done. Whew! The thing thats annoying is I have to take everything on top off, in order to do this!

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Post  bobd13045 on Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:33 pm

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jpisini wrote:I look forward to it. How did you make out with the car?

Car went well, only two things left: spark plugs/wires/oxygen sensor and speed sensor, then its done. Whew! The thing thats annoying is I have to take everything on top off, in order to do this!

Ray

The manufacturers are doing that on purpose to discourage self maintenance and push those extended rip off maintenance warranties :-)


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Post  jpisini on Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:40 pm

I had a car that way, to change all the plugs half the the engine had to come out and the final plug could only be accessed by jacking up the car and going through the wheel well. I hated it.
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Post  Admin on Wed Nov 02, 2011 5:00 pm

bobd13045 wrote:
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jpisini wrote:I look forward to it. How did you make out with the car?

Car went well, only two things left: spark plugs/wires/oxygen sensor and speed sensor, then its done. Whew! The thing thats annoying is I have to take everything on top off, in order to do this!

Ray

The manufacturers are doing that on purpose to discourage self maintenance and push those extended rip off maintenance warranties :-)



Yup its a shame too, but its not working cuz I can't afford to pay the garage 675.00 to change my spark plugs and wires: thats just crazy!

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Post  Admin on Wed Nov 02, 2011 5:01 pm

jpisini wrote:I had a car that way, to change all the plugs half the the engine had to come out and the final plug could only be accessed by jacking up the car and going through the wheel well. I hated it.

Yup this one is just about as bad, sucks. Oh well what you gonna do? Its either that or pay 675.00 at the garage!

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Post  jpisini on Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:27 pm

You know what I think the worst is brakes. Disk brakes take me less than 30 minutes and cost usually less than $15. The garage charges $180 for the same thing and you know if I can do it in less than 30 they can do tin in less than 15.
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Post  Admin on Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:40 pm

jpisini wrote:You know what I think the worst is brakes. Disk brakes take me less than 30 minutes and cost usually less than $15. The garage charges $180 for the same thing and you know if I can do it in less than 30 they can do tin in less than 15.

Yup so true. Maybe we in the wrong line of work hehehehe, just kidding.

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Post  jpisini on Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:58 pm

Nope I am only a middling mechanic. I have done a bit more than some as I have done axles, gas tanks, transmissions and other things but I am not the go to guy for these I was forced due to being broke. :-)
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Post  Admin on Wed Nov 09, 2011 6:33 pm

jpisini wrote:Nope I am only a middling mechanic. I have done a bit more than some as I have done axles, gas tanks, transmissions and other things but I am not the go to guy for these I was forced due to being broke. :-)

Same here, tight funds. I already had some auto knowledge from my younger days working on cars with my uncle. Other stuff I had to teach myself, couldn't afford to go to the garage.
I've done the things you done above but never transmissions, I was afraid to even try to big of a job.

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Post  jpisini on Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:44 pm

I've only done them on the older cars they are pretty straight forward on them. I don't think I would atempt it on a newer model.
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