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Got to love an old Dodge truck in a commercial for a Korean car.

 

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I love the disclaimer when it goes offroad.
 

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RedneckInTraining said:
I love the disclaimer when it goes offroad.
For real where is the air intake located on that thing? I hope on the roof, sure wouldn't want that one to be sitting for some sucker to buy off the lot.

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That really tugged at my heart strings.
It really makes you want to trade that Cummins in doesn't it?
 

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Clint Eastwood "Do you feel lucky?" "Do you feel lucky punk!!!??". "Well you don't have to if you drive a KIA, compared to American car companies they are more reliable".  That will be the next KIA commercial.
 

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I don't know,  my crewcab is 41 years old and had 2 motors. Second one being a cummins.  I bet it has a better chance of making another 41 years than my wife's kia had of surviving the first 41 years. It's a nice van and been trouble free so I'm very happy with it but I also expect it to wind up in an electrical nightmare one of these days lol
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They have the same stupid gear shift knob their putting in the new Dodges.
I despise that thing in our new Durango.

Has anybody seen the new Datsun (Nissan) pickups around with the new Cummins in it?
I saw one the other day with a really big Cummins decal on the back window.
I see it's a V-8 Diesel. It was smelly and noisy like a bus.
 

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I don't know, my crewcab is 41 years old and had 2 motors. Second one being a cummins. I bet it has a better chance of making another 41 years than my wife's kia had of surviving the first 41 years. It's a nice van and been trouble free so I'm very happy with it but I also expect it to wind up in an electrical nightmare one of these days lol
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I hear that! I'll take the old American iron over the imported crap all day long. BUT I need to get rid of the dodge FWD mini van because you can't work on them. I have no clue how to get the even# spark plugs! :eek: that and it needs a water pump and crap how do you get to that either? :eek:

Thus the reason I love our old trucks! ;D room to sit in there and work on stuff. LOL.............. :p
 

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Can't work on the minivan?  Sparkplugs?  I take it that it's a V6 and the intake curves over the back valve cover?  If that's the case, you have to pull the intake to get to the rear plugs.  Same as the Avenger/Sebring V6 engines, if I remember right.
 

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I hear that! I'll take the old American iron over the imported crap all day long. BUT I need to get rid of the dodge FWD mini van because you can't work on them. I have no clue how to get the even# spark plugs! :eek: that and it needs a water pump and crap how do you get to that either? :eek:

Thus the reason I love our old trucks! ;D room to sit in there and work on stuff. LOL.............. :p
AMEN!

Drop the K frame son, that is the only way to work on these new compact things. Dad and I were working on a ford escort once and motor wouldn't come out through the top. Dropped the K-frame by using the come a long on the garage support beam and used it to pick up the entire front end of the car to "slide" the K frame out from under the car. (My Idea). Was the smartest thing we did all day. ;D
 

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Elwenil said:
Can't work on the minivan? Sparkplugs? I take it that it's a V6 and the intake curves over the back valve cover? If that's the case, you have to pull the intake to get to the rear plugs. Same as the Avenger/Sebring V6 engines, if I remember right.
just watched video of how to get the water pump out. PPPPFFFF the heck with that! someone else can do it. and I'll sell the thing........... ::)

neil4224 said:
AMEN!

Drop the K frame son, that is the only way to work on these new compact things. Dad and I were working on a ford escort once and motor wouldn't come out through the top. Dropped the K-frame by using the come a long on the garage support beam and used it to pick up the entire front end of the car to "slide" the K frame out from under the car. (My Idea). Was the smartest thing we did all day. ;D
Yeah not going there. I'm too old for that stuff. ;D
 
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