Actually, probably nobody realized the problem until it was too late.
And I bet the engineer would be more likely to cry about it than laugh about
That could happen anywhere, not just valvoline. Of course, the manager could
fail to own up to it anywhere.
My neighbor is the manager at one of the places. I send the car with him.
That way, I know for him to get it home, it has to be right. Besides, he is
a good guy.
Folks, the engine and chassis engineers probably never met. That 4.6/5.4
modular V-8 was designed for front-wheel drive applications, then was
shoehorned into the RWD Panther platform on the '91-up Town Car and the
'92-up C/V and GM. I can only imagine what the Panther and MN-12 chassis
folks said when they learned what they were getting to replace their Windsor
Or the Ford dealer in Greer, SC who changed the oil in my mother's
Contour and failed to replace the oil filler cap. She calls me in a
panic when her car starts belching white smoke from under the hood
while sitting in a bank drive-thru lane.
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