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How To Fix A Car

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  • 16 Sep, 2015  |
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№1 Author: loveandhate (16 Sep 2015 11:00) Total user comments: 1571


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how much water can this thing hold
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№2 Author: cs (16 Sep 2015 14:49) Total user comments: 73


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It´s the asian way to fix it. Most people would use a heater to make the plastic soft
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№3 Author: Tomaz86 (16 Sep 2015 15:53) Total user comments: 10835


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Made in China?
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№4 Author: randomdude735 (16 Sep 2015 16:47) Total user comments: 459


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Will this work with my transmission?
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№5 Author: kiko (16 Sep 2015 19:28) Total user comments: 219


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I going to try this next time I get punched in the face
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№6 Author: dysan27 (18 Sep 2015 15:26) Total user comments: 63


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Quote: cs
It´s the asian way to fix it. Most people would use a heater to make the plastic soft

the problem with heater or heat gun is it can get too hot very quickly and melt the plastic instead of just softening it. Hot water on the other hand can't get any hotter then 100 C and so is a saffer option for amateurs.
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