Re: What would cause choppy acceleration
No personal offense intended, but you know exactly what I mean.
On rare occasion there is someone in one of those stores that has some
knowledge, but the stores seem to pride themselves on hiring pimply faced 20
year olds that are experts in selling fart can mufflers, pine scented auto
air freshners, illuminated windshield wiper nozzles, and Japanese window
When they accidentally hire someone that has some auto knowledge I notice
they don't last long.
"Edward Stammer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Not all of us that work/worked at AutoZone are morons. Some of us
> knew what we were talking about and tried to help customers out. Of
> the company did not like that so I had to find another job. Go figure!
> EDWARD STAMMER
> "bomar" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Take it and have the codes read and see exactly what the problem is.
> > The morons at Autozone and the like will read them for free (in an
> > to
> > sell you parts).
> > Anything else is just wild assed guessing
> > "MIKE POWELL" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:8PdVd.36357$uc.16953@trnddc01...
> >> The check engine light came on, not only that but I feel when I
> >> accelerate
> >> through the lower gears it doesn't accelerate smoothly but rather
> > I
> >> have a 99 Ford Ranger Super Cab 4x4 with the off road package. If
> > somebody
> >> could help me out I would greatly appreciate it.