Wrong again Snoman. You are thinking of the 95+ dash. The 93 dash has the
fuses near the bottom of the dash on the left side of the steering wheel.
The fuse area/cover is exposed even when driver door is closed.
You people ought to find something more fuffilling to do than constantly
at least he told the guy that he should not attemt to fix the problem as he
couldnot even understand
that an intermittent was not a fuse thing, or it would be costant. also if
he could not find a
fuse panel( no matter where it is) he should go to someone with experience.
so do something more constructive than nit pic a man who is trying to help.
You wrote on Wed, 28 Feb 2007 04:25:12 GMT:
Snoman. I am not trying to be an arse at all. I certainly wouldn't enjoy
What I do enjoy is helping people in this group when I can and learning from
others when I can't.
I like you Snoman. You have a lot of energy. You genuinely try to help
others and, certainly, you've got a lot of exposure/experience. But the
problem is....you shoot from the hip and type faster than you can think. I
believe many in this group are just asking you to tone it down a bit. You
come out of the gate like you owned the vehicle prior to the OP and know
every possible thing about it. You need to think through your responses more
before you choose to send.
Snoman. I work in the engineering business designing oil and gas production
and transportation facilities. I have two engineering degrees. The biggest
thing I learned from obtaining those is "to know my limitations". In the
engineering companies I've worked in, trigger-happy people like yourself get
fired before they bring harm to people or risk to the company. What the
group is trying to do is to prevent your inaccurate answers or suggestions
from sending someone inexperienced on a goose chase or worse.
No need to reply or one-up me. If you do, I won't. I don't need to have the
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