>sucking dicks for cars
OP, anon here. I have bad news. Sucking dicks for cars isn't a normal thing like you think it is..
In what condition? Both the dicks and the S2000. Also, will other people know about it?
If nobody knows about it, I'd probably suck a hundred clean dicks or so. Even if I don't like it, a mint-condition S2000 stock would go for a good 20k or so.
only if its a fememnine penis
Don't know, I'd definitely be willing to suck a few given I'm secure enough about my sexuality that I'm not going to care when it's over with (that said I wouldn't enjoy it) but I don't want to be sitting here sucking dicks for weeks at a time like a Hondafag
I didn't say I'd enjoy it but that's a lot of cash for a small amount of work. Are you one of those guys who calls people gay if glance in the general direction of a shirtless guy?
This guy is willing to sucking dicks for about 150 a pop.
How many to go?
Because, you know, if you look decent you can totally get a Honda Miata... I mean S2000 for sucking 100 dicks. It's not a thought experiment, you can start doing it right now. The math works out.
>Trump is going to make you faggots get a real job you know this right?
Why not have Trump AND the S2000?
not a Honda guy here but i just love that car, and yes it has enough power for me
>feels good not being American
I assume it's a 4 cyl? Is your coolant good? I bought a car with an air bound engine, the temp gauge would read normal but the heat to a while. Possibly a bubble in the heater core?
84 dodge rampage. Heater barely blows air, and takes about 10 minutes of driving to begin defrosting windows, and another 15 till it's starting to warm the single cab. I'm just about positive I need a new fan in there, and possibly a heater core.
It occasionally blows bit of the insulation (cellulose) through the vents too, but it's old enough that it makes perfect sense.
I already sucked enough customer dicks to buy mine.
>heater barely blows air
The heat dial shouldn't have anything to do with flow. Bundle up, and go check the fan speed switch. If the flow is weak, the first place that I would check is the cabin air filter. Your truck is over 30 years old at this point, and it's a cheap part.
If that doesn't solve it, make sure that the switch that controls the blower is still good.
If that still doesn't fix it, check the blower motor.
Beyond that, heater core.
Based on your "heater barely blows air" though, I'm willing to bet that it's a clogged filter or a tired blower motor.
This all assumes that your coolant system is good to go. You could have Hurricane Bukkake up in your cab and still have no heat if your coolant system is not operating properly.
Check your coolant as well.
yea, my module works well enough. Once the cabin warms up (found a spot under my hood where a cock had fallen out and air was being shot straight at my ankles - now sealed) I can manage the temp well enough with the heat range selector. I know the fan speed adjuster works too. Highest level sounds like an rc plane revving up for flight. I'll have to look and see where the filter is. Never bothered me that much, but I never got around to *real* winter driving with it.
I assume my coolant system is good. I upgraded my cluster to the omni glh panel so I have my tach, oil pressure, and temp gauges and can confirm they all work correctly as I had to replace/install the correct ones for the new setup. heat doesn't ever go higher than 2/3rds of the gauge before the fan turns on to the lowest speed and knocks the needle down to the middle. Coolant color looks good too.