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Content posted in November 2011
Ghost in the (LG) Fridge
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11/28/2011  28 comments
Whenever something breaks on this refrigerator, it somehow fixes itself.
Malibu Headlamp Replacement Necessitates Bumper Removal
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11/23/2011  65 comments
If you want to change the headlamp on the Chevy Malibu, get ready to take apart half the car.
Changing the Oil? Check That Seal
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11/22/2011  24 comments
When the motorcycle started sliding through the turn, it was clear the oil seal wasn't holding.
Don’t Disintegrate My Mercedes Wiring Insulation
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11/16/2011  16 comments
There's something hot about the wiring in the early 1990s Mercedes.
Backwards PCV Valve Broke My Car
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11/11/2011  18 comments
One simple and inexpensive PCV valve -- if it's defective -- can destroy your engine.
Dish Network DVR Pushes My Buttons
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11/3/2011  23 comments
The Dish Network DVR/receiver is crawling with annoying bugs.
Short, Happy Life of GM LEDs
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11/1/2011  19 comments
Two different GM vehicles suffered the same early LED burnout in the life of one frustrated car owner.




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