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|Comment||I Like this service so far - My first time trying it . I still need to get this car going but what I have read and the responces I have had are very helpfull ! Talking to someone in person would be the next best thing . Hard for me to get used to using this sight but things will work out ! By the way Roland - My noid light was a faulty test result ! I will try the coil ressistance again ! Thanx alot for your time Tim|
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