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yea.. mine is at dealership right now getting fixed. i went to go out sunday morning.. and it didnt start.. my battery had already died. they had called me back saying its not the battery. and they will get back to me tmr. i miss it..
 

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87camaroPA said:
Seem's like that is happening on alot of the SS's but no worry u will get it back soon enouge.
yea.. hopefully tmr they say... who knows.. haha
 

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87camaroPA said:
Yeah at least you have a SS i got to wait untill i get out of college. :(
Yes, but an education will allow you to get a better job, a better life, a better car (if that is what interests you).

I went back to school when I was 28 years old. Was married at the time too, very hard to be the old guy. Went through some lean years, got hungry a time or two, but it was worth it.

Still owe another 17G's on the student loans, but I now own a house, motorcycle, cars, and get to make the occasional run to Vegas for some fun.

Would have none of those things without an education.
 

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Exactly..education is great. I'm 26, and just recently got my associates degree..still working on bachelor's. But there are lots of people in their 30's+ going to college.
 

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yea i dropped out of hs last year too but i went back for a semester this year and graduated...but screw college, now im selling gm cars at a large dealer in rochester making more than most of my friends parents so im goooooooood...but anyways my ss had a weird problem too...my 3rd day with it i went to start it, push in the clutch and it starts so i release it in nuetral and the clutch stayed stuck to the floor. i tugged on it and nothing happened so i took it in...im no mechanic but i think he said something about the hydraulic cylinder breaking through the firewall whatever the hell that means
 

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no mechanic but i think he said something about the hydraulic cylinder breaking through the firewall whatever the hell that means
Sounds like your slave cylinder blew a gasket. Easy repair, the hardest part is flushing your hydraulic clutch lines and replacing the fluid.
 

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i just got it back today! ... they think it really was the battery... but who knows.. they charged it.. but my dad had charged it for 4 hours the day it happened and it still didnt start. my mom thinks that they sohuld have given me a new battery and she thinks it will be back there to get fixed. she better not have jinxed it.. haha
 
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