Yeah I did a test drive of the turbo beetle before the fiat which I honestly kind of feel bad for the salesman cuz I am SURE his "I found my '77 bug i had parked for the winter in a barn like 20 years ago and am so glad to have it on the road again" pitch works REALLY GOOD on most people... but I already owned a beetle so my take was "if you get rid of your bug you will regret it". Also while to turbo bug was certainly much better then mine, having two beetles seemed redundent. Also I am an idiot blah blah soul and passion so I ended up at a fiat/alfa dealer.I went to two different VW dealers and both were the most outgoing people and during both test drives, I was egged on to give it some go which was cool.
I would tend to agree with this as I know I don't look like I'm exactly well-ish off or anything. I've heard a few stories from a coworker with friends who make quite a bit but don't look the part and therefore get turned down multiple times.
The Ford dealer I showed up in my Mustang, in a tucked in shirt and jeans, I would've thought that was acceptable wear for someone looking at a Focus ST. I guess not...
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2004-2005-2006-ACURA-TL-BLUETOOTH-cellphone-CONTROL-MODULE-HFL-OEM-WITH-WARRANTY/183933069905It's several hundo for something I'll barely use. Meh. Doesn't help that I just bought a house.
I would contribute this more to the fact that the guy on the bike is revving the nuts off his bike while the guy in the "cage" is not. If he did the same thing every day I'd bet you would see it differently.Guys, I think I might be wheelist. Wheelist - you know, someone who discriminates based on the number of wheels. Allow me to explain:
I hate Harleys with "loud pipes" with a passion. They sound like shit and they're operated by the exact faaaaags that South Park famously described - douches who just want to show off in their assless leather chaps, while annoying everyone around them. My parents' neighbor is a prime example of this - he just HAS TO redline it up their 60 yard long dead-end street in the middle of the night whenever he comes home (I've always assumed he works a late shift somewhere).
On the other hand, my new neighbor two houses down has a Charger Hellcat and I can hear it idling in his driveway from my living room. And yet... it doesn't annoy me one bit. I can also hear him coasting down the hill behind my house and still I don't mind it one bit. Long live the V8, I say!
Entirely possible with the Tesla too I suppose.I do that all the time - my bluetooth module is broken
Maybe not specifically, but software bugs and glitches are hardly uncommon, are they?Not very likely I would think, in fact Lev's being broken is literally the only time I ever heard of BT module failing.
As tempting as they are, neither. I'm going to need the money and the V8 has done less than a thousand miles in the last year. In fact:gasps Are you getting a Disco 3 or 4?
It's actually a known problem with the 2000s Acuras, especially the TSX and TL. Their BT modules often die an early death and they cause all sorts of very strange issues when the BT HFL module fails. I have a client with an 07 TSX - her car has a failed BT HFL and it's been disconnected. She's a Boomer, so she CBA to deal with it. Of course, she also CBA to wear her seatbelt and is known to apply makeup whilst driving.Not very likely I would think, in fact Lev's being broken is literally the only time I ever heard of BT module failing.
I have a decent excuse actually: "This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available." Good find though!