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post #5 of (permalink) Old 01-05-2018, 09:18 PM
klhansen
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Totally believable.
I bought a new car in '82 and when it had some issues including surging while going down the road at steady throttle, I took it in to the dealer to get it fixed. The kid told me that they wouldn't do anything about the surging because they wanted me to put some miles on it so the spark plugs would seat. I talked with the service manager about that and they fixed it by adjusting the carb float level. When I picked it up, the same kid was trying to give me the same line of crap about spark plugs, but slightly changed, saying they needed to get a glaze on them to work right.

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