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Old 05-31-2019, 02:46 PM   #41
Vintage Copper 47
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Default Re: A Young Mans Questions

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My girlfriend is amazed at how simple these old cars are.Simple but inconvenient and no warning lights. She really likes her fairly new BMW.That is, until the dash lit up with a message that said "Oil level sensor malfunction". No big deal....check the dipstick. Guess what? No dipstick! That's the way it was made. $600 repair bill because the oil had to be changed, sensor had to be replaced and the computer had to be reset. Now THAT'S inconvenient.
YEAH... Boy was I mad at Audi when I bought my wife's car a few years ago (gone now, traded for 2018 Charger)... No dipstick.. I said to the Audi dealer repair.. "Yeah there is a dip-stick... Me for buying your piece of crap car!"
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