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Old 07-16-2007, 03:27 PM   #1
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Cool Ignition switch/TIP woes report.

Well the boys at Danbury Porsche had a go at the problem today. Claim someone spilled coffee on the console which leaked into the linkage and made something plastic to get sticky and would occasionally cause a bind. I am not so sure that coffee would do this but since they cleaned and lubed it and claim all is well we will just have to wait and see. Did not claim to have mined $10 in quarters and I imagine if they did they wouldn't let on...

Driving note: On the way over on rte. I-84 from the Newburgh Beacon Bridge into CT, the road is posted at only 55. Traffic, however, was moving at 75 to 80 with bursts even higher from time to time. Minded my new V-1 and I got a reading at least a half mile where I saw the patrol car headed my way. I suppose a fortune in revenue could be made anywhere on this stretch on any given day. Thank goodness for our electronic condoms.


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