In a message dated 4/25/01 1:03:27 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> That being the case, I
> sadly don't know how to work on a car, and if it weren't for my love of
> driving my MG, and the pride of ownership, I doubt I would own one.
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Well, Tom, it's never too late to learn. If you don't have the time to take
an auto mechanics course at a local tech school, get to the book store and
start reading. Then, start with simple stuff like oil changes, plug
replacement, valve adjusting, etc. Doing the normal maintenance on your LBC
will give you the confidence to try repairs when they become necessary.
It always amazes me when my family asks how the little car is, and I tell
them what I have done to it recently. They can't believe that a mere human
being can actually replace a starter motor! :-) You will get a good feeling
when you do your own work. And don't forget, we are always here to help.
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport
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