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Do it yourselfers.

Posted on March 20, 2017 at 11:04 AM
To all DIYers, Don't take this wrong, I got into this myself as a DIYer but I don't give technical support and I don't sell parts. The difference between the average DIYer and myself is I have experience and direct training. This is not a hobby or something to pass the time. This is my living and I'm proud of it. I repair my own vehicles without one ounce of training but I educate myself as I do in all of my repair work in general. Troubleshooting is a hands-on endeavor and can't be done over the phone, email or for free. I am pay as you go. If you have a credit card, the proper test equipment on hand and are willing to pay, I will assist anyone but there is no free lunch here. 

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Reply Jose EB5AGV
4:48 PM on March 28, 2017 
"Troubleshooting is a hands-on endeavor and can't be done over the phone, email or for free". I also run my own repair business and what a big truth is this sentence!. I am now ending my 5th year as self-employed and, yes, there is nothing like being your own boss :-)
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12:23 PM on June 19, 2017 
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1:32 PM on May 27, 2018 
Just have fun with yourself.