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Mechanics will let your brake caliper, including bracket where applicable, hang by the hose when doing repair work.

Is that a thumbs up :thumb::thumb: or thumbs down :bad::bad: when that practice is used on your vehicle?
:smashfrea:smashfrea:smashfrea from me. Every shop manual I've ever seen cautions to support the caliper assembly and hydraulics.

That said, I've often seen both dealer and indie techs let the caliper dangle by the hydraulic hose. :lalala:
 

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Nobody taking de bate? :) The 4th generation, with the touring package, is the best looking minivan out there.
 

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Nobody taking de bate? :) The 4th generation, with the touring package, is the best looking minivan out there.
Looks better than the Swagger Wagon:
 

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Transmission overfill, good, bad or ugly?

The Effects and Signs of Too Much Transmission Fluid
 

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Transmission overfill, good, bad or ugly?

The Effects and Signs of Too Much Transmission Fluid

If they don't know how to spell, then they don't know what they are talking about.

Don't listen to those guys.
 

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If they don't know how to spell, then they don't know what they are talking about.
What in particular did they misspell?
 

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What in particular did they misspell?


In great shape or in great shop?

Or maybe is a word I don't know.

See, people in different areas use different words, for example, in Texas, we know this device as Water Fountain. Texans find funny people in Wisconsin call the same device Bubbler.

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I believe bubbler would be more correct.
 

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In great shape or in great shop?

Or maybe is a word I don't know.
Oh now I see, I wasn't looking at their other articles, I only looked at the article Jeepman linked.

So I guess if you can't trust people who make minor spelling errors (or in this case a typographical error) then many of us here cannot be trusted.

For example I often discover that I typed "you" when I meant "your", and you often type "tick" when you meant "thick", especially when discussing oil. So I guess we can't be trusted either.
 

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Oh now I see, I wasn't looking at their other articles, I only looked at the article Jeepman linked.

So I guess if you can't trust people who make minor spelling errors (or in this case a typographical error) then many of us here cannot be trusted.

For example I often discover that I typed "you" when I meant "your", and you often type "tick" when you meant "thick", especially when discussing oil. So I guess we can't be trusted either.
Not the same posting on forums.

Anyways, I don't believe overfilling a transmission cause any problems.

I also found an error on one of their statements:

Water level is important to insurance companies. Most insurance companies will write off a car if the water got to the dashboard. The dashboard contains vital electronics that are expensive to replace. That doesn't mean you can't recover your car, but your insurance company will need some assurance that the damage isn't a total.
 

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If they don't know how to spell, then they don't know what they are talking about.

Don't listen to those guys.
I know of a person, high up in politics, that can't spell. :)
 

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