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Everything posted by Nate4x4

  1. Now the Russian Spammers Arrive
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    No shit Sherlock!
  3. Yes, you're fat. I'm not blaming you...your the one sitting down on your filthy chair all day spamming sites. No wonder you're sooooooooooooooooooo FAT! That's the way you are! Answer: You're cellulite.
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    @patriotii I bet your list of retard sh** is also that long. Man when's the last time you took shower!??? I can smell you from over here!
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  6. https://reddit.com/an3624/

    Let the troll be a troll...
  7. 2001 accent transmission

    The connector in the diagram is under the floor console next to the shifter lever assembly. There will be a wiring loom with 3 wires coming out the bottom of the shifter lever. The wires in that loom route from the O/D switch to the 3 terminals of the connector.
  8. 2001 accent transmission

    Take the console apart to expose the shifter assembly...there will be 2 or 3 wires coming down the shifter tube and out the bottom, usually 1 of them wires is broken. Lightly pull on each wire and you should find the broken one. 2 choices: repair wire or replace the switch-wire assembly.
  9. 2001 accent transmission

    Welcome, is your car automatic or manual?
  10. https://reddit.com/aamqh2/

    Bro, serious.....you got an ugly avatar.
  11. The G70 gives us hope for the Korean luxury brand. https://www.motor1.com/reviews/298894/2019-genesis-g70-33t-design-edition-review/
  12. Sona>>>>https://reddit.com/a6gf1p/

    Ugly avatar there bro.
  13. That's not even for the 275-horsepower Performance pack. With up to 275 horsepower (205 kilowatts) on tap, the Veloster N is Hyundai's first real hot hatch. We'd argue that the Veloster Turbo isn't so much "hot" as it is simply "warmed over." But we knew from the get-go that great power would also yield great markup-ability – and the Veloster N does disappoint. A new report suggests that Hyundai's hot hatch could cost nearly $500 a month for a lease. A 36-month lease on a 250-hp (186-kW) Veloster N with $2,299 due at signing will cost you $429 per month, according to research done by Cars Direct. That's not even for the 275-hp (205-kW) Performance package, either, which is another $2,100 on top of that MSRP. The 12,000-mile-per-year lease, after taxes and fees, closes in on $493. That makes it "one of the worst leases on a car this month," says Cars Direct. That $493 per month lease is nearly $100 more expensive than rivals like the Subaru WRX ($28,080) and Volkswagen GTI ($28,410), which both come in at around $400 per month after taxes and fees. And against siblings like the Kia Stinger 2.0T ($35,000) and Genesis G70 ($36,000), the Veloster N is still more expensive; the Stinger costs $422 per month, and the G70 costs $462. To make matters worse, Hyundai isn't even offering any incentives on the N model, either. Other Veloster trim levels see discounts of $2,600 and up to $3,500 in some cases, particularly on the Veloster Turbo Ultimate. If you're looking for a less-expensive option, the entry-level Veloster starts at just $18,500, which makes it a much more affordable option. The base model comes powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 147 horsepower (110 kilowatts) and 132 pound-feet (179 Newton-meters). The most-affordable Veloster Turbo, meanwhile, costs $22,900 plus destination and produces 201 hp (150 kW) and 195 lb-ft (264 Nm) courtesy of a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine. Here’s how the entire Veloster pricing structure shakes out: Trim Price (excluding $885 destination) 2.0 Manual Transmission $18,500 2.0 Automatic Transmission $19,500 2.0 Premium Automatic Transmission $22,750 Turbo R-Spec Manual Transmission $22,900 Turbo Dual-Clutch Transmission $25,400 Turbo Ultimate Manual Transmission $26,650 Turbo Ultimate Dual-Clutch Transmission $28,150 Source: Cars Direct Gallery: 2019 Hyundai Veloster N
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    Lol, good luck with your strategy and thanks for your efforts.