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Thread: Two thumbs down

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    GNSCOTT is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: Two thumbs down

    If I was GM I would have done the same thing. If i get into an accident, how is GM supposed to know that my brakes really did fail and i'm not just saying that. That is what your insurance company is for. Your insurance company is supposed to pay for your damages, your medical bills, and a loaner. Later, if it is found to be a manufacturers fault, then your insurance company will sue GM. You know how many kids who wreck daddy's car say the brakes failed or the accelerator stuck? So how long after you buy a car do you think GM should replace it with another one if you crash it?


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    Re: Two thumbs down

    BlueEyes made the same point I was going to, a total brake failure would be an extremely far stretch due to the dual circuit system (although I belive it's l/f r/r and r/f l/r that on on seperate circuits not f/f r/r

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    Um guys,

    I think we have a phantom troll here, I mean how do yo TOTAL a $75,000 car? ? ? ?

    Seems made up to me...

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by RealmCenter
    BlueEyes made the same point I was going to, a total brake failure would be an extremely far stretch due to the dual circuit system (although I belive it's l/f r/r and r/f l/r that on on seperate circuits not f/f r/r
    I think they changed it sometime. My older GM's are f/f, r/r, but on newer vehicles I think they went to having opposite corners on the same circuit.

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    Notice how she hasn't replied now that everyone has caught on to her. :-/

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    Basically gloria smith is a lying troll, she is clearly full of Bull****

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    Dude, the post was made in september 2004. That's 9 months ago. Let's let this one die...

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    Re: Two thumbs down

    A brake line too close to the Exhaust? Never in my life have I heard of such a thing.

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