Putting the Heat On ‘Em

by | Apr 2012 | Import Service | 0 comments

My old friend Ray once told me, "Do you know what NEW stands for? Never Ever Worked." Just because you put on a new part doesn't mean it's going to fix the problem. Such was the case with going to fix the problem. Such was the case with this Toyota ...

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