solution to all ford model "check engine light"

Here is how to solve the check engine lite problem on all ford models.
1. Go buy a 5 gallon gas can and fill it up with gas.
2. Go to your local ford dealer, park the car or
truck in the parking lot by the new models.
3. Dump the gas can all over your car.
4. Step away about 10 ft with the gas can. Get a rag wet a little bit with the rest of the gas in the can........lite the rag and toss it on your car and run.
5. End of problem. :-)
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no,no,no! thats what you do with a chebby. then you get in the ford to go home

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The time it would take to dump five gallons of gas is ample enough for the fumes to spread well beyond a ten foot radius. The ignition of the gasonline and fumes would be sufficient enough not only to ignite the fumes beneath you, assuming you are silly enough to be within 10 feet, but also remove any oxygen within your immediate area, at least briefly.
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On 24 Feb 2005 07:03:12 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@optonline.net wrote:

10 ft would be ok on a hot summer day, the fumes would boil off the hot car and pavement and rise. But in February, the fumes would go on the ground and possibly cause harm to the rag lighter. OK, try 30 ft......but you have to ball the rag up so it can be thrown that far with out the resistance of the air stopping it from reaching the intended distance. I did say run away.
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san luis opined in wrote:

That's why Molotov Cocktails were invented!
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- Yes, I'm a crusty old geezer curmudgeon.. deal with it! -

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no fuel vaporizes more slowley and is les volitile at low temp like febuary
huec ast
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