car won't start

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by dolphins, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. dolphins

    dolphins Guest

    I tried jumping it the lights go on but it won't still start. What can it
    be? My car is a Hyundai Elantra. If someone knows anything or what it
    could be contact me. Thanks
     
    dolphins, Mar 4, 2005
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    Jody Guest

    hmmmm does it just turn over?
    check the crank shaft postiion sensore....
     
    Jody, Mar 4, 2005
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    hyundaitech Guest

    Does your engine crank?

    Is this a manual or automatic transmission?
     
    hyundaitech, Mar 4, 2005
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    NobodyMan Guest

    Don't post binaries in a text newsgroup. I didn't need these crappy
    pictures on my hard drive.
     
    NobodyMan, Mar 4, 2005
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  5. dolphins

    Jody Guest

    pics are there for a reason
     
    Jody, Mar 5, 2005
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  6. Does your PC have a Delete button? If so, use it and quit whining. He
    was trying to help someone with a problem.

    Instead of getting indignant, you could have just politely suggested
    that he post links to pics in the future, instead of posting the pic to
    the newsgroup. See, wasn't that easy?
     
    Brian Nystrom, Mar 5, 2005
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  7. dolphins

    Jody Guest

    thank you brian for sticking up for me =)
     
    Jody, Mar 5, 2005
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    NobodyMan Guest

    That's not the point. Text groups exclude binaries for a reason.
    Many people are still on dialup, and many **gasp** still pay
    by-the-minute. Binaries found where they aren't expected slow down
    their browsing and cost them money.
    I've tried polite. It rarely works in today's society, unfortunately.
    Anymore, only a rude slap to the face works.
     
    NobodyMan, Mar 6, 2005
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    Jody Guest

    slap back atcha
     
    Jody, Mar 6, 2005
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    Jody Guest

    im new to this and im about to unsubcribe cause of people like you, all this
    because of a 45 kb picture?
    cut me some slack man, im just learing how to use these news groups !
     
    Jody, Mar 6, 2005
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  11. I'm one of them. The image was small and didn't cause any delay that I
    noticed. It certainly didn't warrant your nasty rebuke.
    Yeah, right. Not likely now that unlimited access is available for
    $10/month. Come to think of it, I can't remember the last time I saw an
    ISP offering anything less than unlimited access.
    Slow down, yes, but very slightly in this case. Cost money? No.
    You haven't tried hard enough. There are a lot of newbies out there that
    simply don't know any better and need only to have the rules explained
    to them. Coming across as a jerk doesn't help the situation.
    Well apparently, that doesn't work well either, since you didn't heed my
    "slap" to use your Delete button and quit whining, did you?

    A bigger problem is people who think that it's OK to be rude on the
    internet because they can hide behind cutesie pseudonyms. How can you
    expect anyone to respect you or what you have to say when you don't even
    have the guts to put your name on your words?
     
    Brian Nystrom, Mar 6, 2005
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    NobodyMan Guest

    Maybe here in the US. Remember, however, that USENET is a global
    community and many other countries don't have the infrastructure to
    offer the great deals we have.
     
    NobodyMan, Mar 7, 2005
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    who Guest

    You've always got some self appointed guru that has been named the grand
    poopah of the group. Browsing usenet newsgroups is not an activity that
    excercizes one's sense of frugality.

    If I wanted to post a picture that had to do with the problem being
    discussed, I would post it and tell the guru to kiss my ass. If it helps
    some guy with a problem get it fixed, then that is the point of the
    newsgroup to start with.
     
    who, Mar 12, 2005
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    Jacob Suter Guest

    Its your god given right to clog up a usenet group with your crap
    because you're too lazy or ignorant to aquire some web hosting?

    A small usenet group like this is similar to a neighborhood block. If
    you're a complete dick chances are when it comes time for you to need
    assistance, it'll be much easier for other people to tell you to "go
    f--k yourself"....

    Its one thing to be a knowledge leech, its another to be an annoying
    knowledge leech...

    JS
     
    Jacob Suter, Mar 12, 2005
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    who Guest

    Partner, I am not as kind as you. you don't really need to take the U out
    of the work **** to get your point made..

    I'll tell you this. I wouldn't want your god-damned help to fix a problem.
    You self righteous son of a bitch. I'd rather go to a Hyundai dealer and
    pay $300 dollars to change my oil as to give you a drop of sweat off my old
    balls. **** you and the other son of a bitch that first raised hell. If
    that is not plain enough, I'll try and explain it again. I'll bet you are
    even a fucking republican too.
     
    who, Mar 12, 2005
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  16. Your last sentence doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. What did
    you mean?

    "who", you don't seem to have ever read anything about basic Usenet
    ettiquette. Binary postings are typically not allowed on newsgroups
    that don't have "binaries" in their names. Some NNTP admins have set
    their servers to automatically discard any message with uu-, base64-, or
    yy-encoded parts if that message is posted to a non-binary group. I
    definitely didn't see the attached binary that started this tirade
    because news.individual.net's admin has blocked binaries completely.
    YServerMV.

    The best solution is as Jacob said--put the JPEG up on your webspace,
    post a URL that points to that JPEG in your Usenet article. This saves
    time and bandwidth. Remember that many people read Usenet over dialup,
    and many people in Europe pay for their Net access by the minute.
    Jacob is trying to tell you things about basic nettiquette, and you
    insult him? (Right, he could have been a bit more tactful, but then
    again, so could *you*.) You should go read
    http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html and follow its advice if
    you plan on getting good answers from the questions you ask on Usenet.
    (If you want to flame people, that's why alt.flame exists.)
    I think you should sit down, drink a beer, take a Valium, and not post
    again until you can manage to do so without yelling at people. OK?
     
    Dances With Crows, Mar 12, 2005
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    S25 Guest

    Uh-oh! Looks like someone left the terminal open at the middle
    school, again.
     
    S25, Mar 12, 2005
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    nothermark Guest


    It misses the whole point that most people do not know they have web
    space if they have it, from their ISP. A very large percentage of
    those that know they have it choose not to learn how to use it as they
    don't see a need for it.

    There is a major difference between the spammers andthe occasional
    jpeg to explain a problem or fix. Netminders who can't figure it out
    are too far into netiquette to listen to. They need to step back and
    check whether they are looking at the forrest or the trees.

    a Republican
     
    nothermark, Mar 12, 2005
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