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Old 02-04-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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The mod who closed my thread is a tool.

How can someone, a mod at that, close a thread without merit. Jumping into conclusion that it's a troll thread is plain irresponsible moderating.

How can I answer Mango and Chlorox back if my thread is locked. Unbelievable.

Anyway, a code doesnt mean there is a real problem to some great extent. It is a sympton of something amiss or a trouble area in the system and not necessarily pinpoint you to the exact problem in certain instances. Ever had a code tell you the problem is X component and you work on that component or replace a part and the problem is still there?

Clearing a code did fix my misfires and auto limp modes. Why? it's called a glitch. if you have a programming background or have taken progaramming courses in school you would know that embedded programs is not a Y and N propositions but comprise of IFs, Whens, system parameters that the computer logic acts on. If you dont know what Im talking about that explains your stupid reaction.
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Your thread had to be cleaned out so RELAX. So what kind of tool am I huh? A screwdriver? A ratchet? I'm thinking more ban hammer .
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What did you think would happen when you start off a thread basically being a douche to everyone?
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How can someone, a mod at that, close a thread without merit. Jumping into conclusion that it's a troll thread is plain irresponsible moderating.

How can I answer Mango and Chlorox back if my thread is locked. Unbelievable.

Anyway, a code doesnt mean there is a real problem to some great extent. It is a sympton of something amiss or a trouble area in the system and not necessarily pinpoint you to the exact problem in certain instances. Ever had a code tell you the problem is X component and you work on that component or replace a part and the problem is still there?

Clearing a code did fix my misfires and auto limp modes. Why? it's called a glitch. if you have a programming background or have taken progaramming courses in school you would know that embedded programs is not a Y and N propositions but comprise of IFs, Whens, system parameters that the computer logic acts on. If you dont know what Im talking about that explains your stupid reaction.
You're thread got closed cuz you own an auto... LOL no but really, the mods keep the forums clean and prevent people from trolling. They do what they do for a reason so stop complaining dude
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I think jake is gonna have to be a power drill to get through this thick skull
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I just googled "rap battle dis gif"
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