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Replacing a water pump on a 1990 Toyota Pickup


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Originally Posted by Kennyray Are you going to replace the valve cover gasket? She said probably next week or so, ...

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Are you going to replace the valve cover gasket?
She said probably next week or so, she will bring it back and I will do that. Her fiance doesn't know squat about repairing or maintaining vehicles. Shit, he couldnt even change his own headlight bulb.
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Was he handing you wrenches?
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Was he handing you wrenches?
No, they dropped the truck off and left. My son was handing me wrenches though. And he held the light when it started getting dark outside.
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That's a good boy you have there
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Yep. He replaced the air filter all by himself. I told him what to do, but I never touched it.
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How old is he?
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