The author no longer accepts technical emails.
Please follow these guidelines:
- Please include the subject. If there's no subject it may be deleted by the recipient's filter.
- Do not send wave files, images, or other large attachments.
- Do not send Word documents. They tend to waste a lot of space and may include confidential information you did not intend to send.
- Be sure to turn off the HTML formatting option in your e-mail program because they may be filtered as spam.
- This includes all Outlook users. HTML e-mail consumes 3 to 4 times as much space as plain text and may force your font and colour scheme on the recipient. Please check the help in your e-mail program to find out how to turn off HTML e-mail.
- Verify that your e-mail address is correct. Look for and disable any e-mail filters, such as parental control or spam filters, which might reject the reply.
- Remember that the author does not work on automotive or this website constantly. The author does not repair cars for a living but work as an instructor on other fields. The instructions in this website is meant as a gift to the humanity. Therefore, if you have questions about your car, you might not find the answer from the author because each car have their own unique properties, which requires a different set of service manual.
- And thank you for those who have found grammatical, spelling or technical errors. And remember, asking a question under comments (comment boxes have been disabled due to spam and are currently not working) is beneficial to others who may have the same questions.
Sorry, the author no longer accepts technical emails. The author is just a typical writer. The author is not a mechanic. The information the author provide is compiled information, often facts gathered here for your benefit. To contact the author, the email address can be found in a box below in a discreet manner. If you don't see it, it may be because your browser doesn't support it. If you've previously wrote but got no reply, were' truly sorry. Your email was not discovered until it is too late and also lacked the know-how to respond.