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    ZoomZoom
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    Default Here's what's wrong with GM

    Post something to this board on how to fix something on a GM car
    and you are lucky to get a response, but post an article on why GM
    is failing and you get an endless number of replys. Everyone just wants
    to BS and no one figure out what makes these cars tick, if the opposite
    was true these cars would sell like crazy.





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    Mike Marlow
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    "ZoomZoom" <rmckeever@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Post something to this board on how to fix something on a GM car
    > and you are lucky to get a response,


    You obviously don't read this newsgroup much. There is more factual
    information shared here about fixing GM cars than any place else.


    > but post an article on why GM
    > is failing and you get an endless number of replys. Everyone just wants
    > to BS and no one figure out what makes these cars tick, if the opposite
    > was true these cars would sell like crazy.
    >


    Or... people like you just like to pitch irrelevant bitches to take up
    bandwidth. Ignore the bitch sessions about GM (learn to use a filter) and
    contribute to the discussions that are going on about the problems people
    have with their cars. Otherwise, posting stuff like this is no more than
    the noise from the anti-GM crowd.

    --

    -Mike-
    mmarlowREMOVE@alltel.net



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    jmhickey
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    Default Re: Here's what's wrong with GM

    Amen!


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    grockswo
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    I have owned a bunch of GM cars/trucks, and I own a Jeep, I spend far
    more time turning wrenches on my Jeep than on my Chevy truck. But
    based on the stuff I've seen on the Jeep boards I am on, any auto
    manufacturer has problems, there are always going to be issues
    otherwise they wouldn't need a service department or a parts
    department. Even with today's level of quality control there is still
    plenty of things that can go wrong. But I agree, post something
    helpful to others instead of slamming GM products.

    Gus


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    shiden_kai
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    Default Re: Here's what's wrong with GM

    ZoomZoom wrote:

    > Post something to this board on how to fix something on a GM car
    > and you are lucky to get a response, but post an article on why GM
    > is failing and you get an endless number of replys. Everyone just
    > wants to BS and no one figure out what makes these cars tick, if the
    > opposite was true these cars would sell like crazy.


    This doesn't seem abnormal to me. I would guess that only a small
    percentage of the people that browse or post in this newsgroup has
    enough mechanical knowledge to answer anything more then the
    most basic questions. I've been working on vehicles for years, and
    there are lot's of questions on here that I don't bother with as I will
    probably have nothing that's "actually" useful to contribute.

    As far as I can tell, this isn't technically a "gm tech" group.

    Ian



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    Mike Hunter
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    Default Re: Here's what's wrong with GM

    Perhaps now they may go away now that GM earned million in the last quarter.
    Me thinks the rumors of GM demise, by the import intenders, are a bit
    premature LOL

    mike hunt


    "ZoomZoom" <rmckeever@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:jYOxg.7994$D%4.3312@tornado.rdc-kc.rr.com...
    > Post something to this board on how to fix something on a GM car
    > and you are lucky to get a response, but post an article on why GM
    > is failing and you get an endless number of replys. Everyone just wants
    > to BS and no one figure out what makes these cars tick, if the opposite
    > was true these cars would sell like crazy.
    >




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    Mike Hunter
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    Default Re: Here's what's wrong with GM

    Our import buyer friends would have us all believe THEIR brand of choice
    never breaks down. Anybody who knows the business knows better. It pisses
    them off when one reminds them that, no matter what they think, GM outsells
    their brand


    mike hunt

    "grockswo" <grockswo@vt.edu> wrote in message
    news:1153950956.324011.313420@i3g2000cwc.googlegro ups.com...
    >I have owned a bunch of GM cars/trucks, and I own a Jeep, I spend far
    > more time turning wrenches on my Jeep than on my Chevy truck. But
    > based on the stuff I've seen on the Jeep boards I am on, any auto
    > manufacturer has problems, there are always going to be issues
    > otherwise they wouldn't need a service department or a parts
    > department. Even with today's level of quality control there is still
    > plenty of things that can go wrong. But I agree, post something
    > helpful to others instead of slamming GM products.
    >
    > Gus
    >




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    Jonny
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    "jmhickey" <jeannemarie@verizon.net> wrote in message
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    > Amen!
    >


    So be it? (translation of "amen").

    Only the Lord/God/Jehovah can determine what shall be or not.

    Maybe you meant "same here" or something similar.
    --
    Jonny



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    Jonny
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    Not according to the national news of one of the big 3 news affiliates
    today. Toyota's got that corner in USA.
    --
    Jonny
    "Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote in message
    news:fnCdnd-Q058qnVXZUSdV9g@ptd.net...
    > Our import buyer friends would have us all believe THEIR brand of choice
    > never breaks down. Anybody who knows the business knows better. It
    > pisses them off when one reminds them that, no matter what they think, GM
    > outsells their brand
    >
    >
    > mike hunt
    >
    > "grockswo" <grockswo@vt.edu> wrote in message
    > news:1153950956.324011.313420@i3g2000cwc.googlegro ups.com...
    >>I have owned a bunch of GM cars/trucks, and I own a Jeep, I spend far
    >> more time turning wrenches on my Jeep than on my Chevy truck. But
    >> based on the stuff I've seen on the Jeep boards I am on, any auto
    >> manufacturer has problems, there are always going to be issues
    >> otherwise they wouldn't need a service department or a parts
    >> department. Even with today's level of quality control there is still
    >> plenty of things that can go wrong. But I agree, post something
    >> helpful to others instead of slamming GM products.
    >>
    >> Gus
    >>

    >
    >




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    Jonny
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    Default Re: Here's what's wrong with GM

    How does 1M$ compare with the stockholders investment in dollar dividend
    return in a quarter?
    --
    Jonny
    "Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote in message
    news:33CdnWjOD_XjYlrZUSdV9g@ptd.net...
    > Perhaps now they may go away now that GM earned million in the last
    > quarter. Me thinks the rumors of GM demise, by the import intenders, are a
    > bit premature LOL
    >
    > mike hunt
    >
    >
    > "ZoomZoom" <rmckeever@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:jYOxg.7994$D%4.3312@tornado.rdc-kc.rr.com...
    >> Post something to this board on how to fix something on a GM car
    >> and you are lucky to get a response, but post an article on why GM
    >> is failing and you get an endless number of replys. Everyone just wants
    >> to BS and no one figure out what makes these cars tick, if the opposite
    >> was true these cars would sell like crazy.
    >>

    >
    >




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