Originally Posted by JTC
Worked! Just wanted to see if a test thread went through when I sent one in. Thanks for the patience. Newbie here. I posted a new thread awhile back and I saw no replies to it, so I was wondering if I was doing something wrong.
ususally here theres 2 aproaches to replys to post's
1 is the more respectiable aproach, if sum 1 has read your post and can get a general idea of how to fix the problem at hand but is still not shure there answer is 100% to the point or is the exact fix they will ususaly leave the post unreplied and move on as to not lead you on in the wrong dirrection.
the key is to see how many ppl have read the post not how many have replied.
2 is if the person(s) replying to your post can get a general idea of whats wrong or what they think is wrong they will at least throw in ideas, suggestions and maybe ways to find the tru problem they will comment even if they are not shure what they are saying is absoutly right.
either way if you go to a forum to fix problems you are either trying to save $ or time. In which case even a hint to a better direction on things can make a world of difference when it comes to time and $. but because were not all a.s.e. certified mechanics and most likely cannot see or even hear the veichle in question its very hard to diagnose so even slightly off answers can be gold here.