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Old 09-06-2012, 07:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Restrorob View Post
I resent that remark !!!

I care MORE about my customer's equipment than I do my own....


Your gonna have to clean the machine and locate the leak, You'll likely find once you repair the leak the gurgling will go away. If fluid leaks air can enter and that's likely what you hear.....
Thank you for your input. Glad to see that there is still people out there that take pride in their work. Here in East Tennessee it is awful. The shop is four weeks behind this time of year and they don't care cause there is only two shops in town.
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