Piston Slap: Crashing Without Your Questions!

piston slap crashing without your questions

Sajeev writes:

Have I told you that I love you? Very, very much? Well it’s true, as your questions are the lifeblood of the column I envisioned many moons ago. And that’s why I’m again asking for your help to keep it running. Otherwise I’ll be forced to continue progress on my Edelbrock crash cymbal.

Yes, I took an air cleaner lid and put it on my drum rack. Yes, it sounds even worse than it looks, even after a fair bit of hammering. And if you people don’t start refilling my query coffers ( sajeev@thetruthaboutcars.com), you’re gonna hear a LOT more about my Edelbrock crash cymbal.

Trust me, you don’t want to hear about that. It doesn’t end well for either of us, I assure you. Please!

Help me from going off the rails! Send me damn near any question you have about your car, your dream car, or any theoretical technical question about cars that’s always stirred your mind organ.

If you want “New or Used”, email Steve directly at steve.lang@thetruthaboutcars.com.

Send your queries to sajeev@thetruthaboutcars.com. Spare no details and ask for a speedy resolution if you’re in a hurry…but be realistic, and use your make/model specific forums instead of TTAC for more timely advice.

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  • Raresleeper Raresleeper on Jun 18, 2014

    Methinks your about to unleash a flurry of TTAC-reader questions and inquiries. I applaud you for opening the floodgates. Enjoy your sleepless nights, Sajeev! Lol! (Psst: Most people count sheep. I recommend counting '96-'01 beige Camrys :)

  • Psarhjinian Psarhjinian on Jun 18, 2014

    ....and.... Done. There you go.

  • Johnny ro Johnny ro on Jun 18, 2014

    miata ride tuning sent

  • Sajeev Mehta Sajeev Mehta on Jun 19, 2014

    About 30 queries in the hopper, that's a lot of weeks to cover now. Thank you all for supporting the madness that is TTAC's Piston Slap, I truly appreciate it.

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    • JohnnyFirebird JohnnyFirebird on Jun 27, 2014

      Aw, I was gonna ask "Why the heck would one wheel's TPMS not work for a year then suddenly start working fine?" My car seems to heal check engine lights and TPMS problems on its own. CALIBERS ARE SUPERNATURAL.

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