[DML] Re: DeLorean Service
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[DML] Re: DeLorean Service

Hey Oliver,

so what was the problem with the tranny other than 
a non adjusted linkage or wire ? How can that problem 
cost exponentially much money ?

I am an eletronics guy who can hold a screw driver and 
had my car completely apart and put it back together - 
inlcuding replacment of the clutch, head gasket, brakes...
so for an expert this is just a ridiculous job.

Would be interesting to hear what they did to your car 
or what they told you.

Elvis & 6548 - back home from the wintersleep :-)

> It's obvious to me from the many variables that no 'one' answer 
>   Everyone will have a different result, even if we all did the 
> thing, service-wise.
> For what it's worth, here's my clutch experience story:
> My car was diagnosed in person (by one of our official DeLorean 
> providers) as having a slipping clutch.  We talked it over, and due 
> my situation, I ordered official parts from him and had the work 
> by another garage (non official, yet veterans with years of 
> transmission specialist here where I live.  (Keep in mind: 
> work is all they do.)
> When I returned to get the D, half a mile down the road, I noticed 
> had no 4th, 5th and reverse gear.
> Long story short, the nightmare grew exponentially from there.  
> (Including the expenses.)


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