Saturday, February 6, 2010

hairly legs or smooths legs for men?

Question 1
hairly legs or smooths legs for men?...  

1)   Smooth. - anastasiastarz

2)   HAIRLY legs,for sure. - Chad92

3)   Ehh... please don't shave your legs. That's weird. - SEN10RITIS!♥

4)   i likes them hairly legs/for me its strictly hairly or no legs at all - ken k

5)   Of course hairy. Its sexier - M M

6)   not like completly smooth
but not lke liberachi - tallgurl

7)   Hairy!!! Don't even consider shaving... - Erica H

8)   Why did you ask this under Chrysler? - Adam


Question 2
what does the PT in a PT Cruiser stand for?...  

1)   Chrysler PT Cruiser
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chrysler PT Cruiser

ManufacturerDaimlerChrysler (2001-07)
Chrysler LLC (2007-2009)
Chrysler Group LLC (2009-)
AssemblyToluca, Mexico
Graz, Austria (2002, Magna Steyr)
Body style(s)5-door station wagon/hatchback
2-door convertible
LayoutFF layout
PlatformChrysler PT platform
Engine(s)2.4 L EDZ I4
2.4 L EDT Turbocharged I4
2.4 L EDV Turbocharged HO I4
Transmission(s)5-speed Getrag manual
4-speed 41TE automatic
Wheelbase103 in (2,616 mm)
Length2001-05: 168.8 in (4,288 mm)
2006- : 168.9 in (4,290 mm)
Width67.1 in (1,704 mm)
Height63 in (1,600 mm)
Convertible: 60.6 in (1,539 mm)
Curb weight3,123 lb (1,417 kg)
Fuel capacity15 US gal (56.8 L; 12.5 imp gal)
DesignerBryan Nesbitt
The Chrysler PT Cruiser is a retro-styled compact automobile that was first launched by Chrysler as a sedan/hatchback in the late 1999 (for the 2000 model lineup) and as a coupe/convertible in early 2005 (for the 2005 model lineup).
Originally conceived as a Plymouth model, the PT Cruiser received the Chrysler nameplate on introduction — in anticipation of the 2001 discontinuation of the Plymouth brand. The PT Cruiser was designed by Bryan Nesbitt, who later also styled the Chevrolet HHR.[1] The name PT Cruiser includes the initialism PT, standing for and designating the car's platform as well as production code. The name also recalls the 1930s line of Plymouth Trucks known by the "PT" moniker.
The convertible officially ceased production December 21, 2007, but the last 2007 convertibles were marketed as 2008 models. On January 12, 2009, Chrysler LLC, under the private equity Cerberus Capital Management investor, also announced the gradual discontinuation of the main model.
On July 6, 2009, after reorganization into the "New Chrysler", the company changed plans to discontinue the model by specifying that it will do so for Canadian and Mexican markets only.[2] However, strategic product plans may call for a discontinuation of this legacy model under Fiat management.[3] - Joe G

2)   PT is the body code for that car. - NiER

3)   personal transport - toby

4)   Personal Transportation - C-Tech

5)   I just know they are junk, based on a neon, stay away! - Bob S


Question 3
Why is my 2004 Chrysler 300M overheating?...  My 300m is overheating at speeds over 55 mph,but operates at normal temp at 55 or under. I've only had this problem since I took the car in for an Emission Recall J18 where the dealer reprogramed the Power Control Module. I have learned that they( chrysler) have since suspended Recall J18 because the MIL has started flashing erroneous trouble codes. Can the reprogramming and the overheating be related?

1)   type into search box

how to check a overheating car

most likely dirty radiator
or loose belt - kelly_f_1999

2)   yes it can be....take it back to dealer and have them "fix" the previous "fix"..... - Karle

3)   I had the same problem many years ago. I had no visible fluid leaks in the system. it turned out to be the radiator cap which under high pressure leaked. this happens when you drive and you will not notice it. - wolfi


Question 4
Has anyone had their car repainted by Maaco?...  Were you happy with the results?

1)   I have not. - Mary

2)   yes, and no I did not like it. To much orange peel and the blending work was poor quality, you could see where the paint work started and ended, and color match was not that great. For my car I was not pleased, but if I had the work done on my jeep so what, it is the mud all the time anyway - rick b

3)   I did and was happy enough. My car is 10 years old, I had it painted (for a color change) when it was 8, so all that mattered to me was making the new color look good enough. If it was newer, I would have cared more. Three things to keep in mind:

1 - They will not remove the old paint unless you buy their most expensive option.
2 - Attention to detail is lacking. For instance, on my bumper there's a plastic insert that frames the fog light. I found they didn't take that insert out and paint all the way in; they just stopped at the insert.
3 - I've been told the quality of paint will allow it to loose gloss early. Though it hasn't happened to me yet and it's been two years.

Overall, I don't care about these flaws as you can only notice the crappy quality under close observation. The main advantage for me wasn't the price, but the fact that they can get any job done in under 2 days.

A warning though: I may be good friends with an honorable businessman at my Maaco, but other customers across the country have reported unscrupulous business practices. - da8472


Question 5
2002 Chrysler Sebring-Lost all my Coolant (Anti-Freeze), Cause?...  It all poured out underneath my car today, I shut engine off as soon as red light came on.
What could the problem be, how to fix , is it expensive? It has the 3.7 L. engine.

1)   This is easy. You probably have a leak in the radiator. I believe they have a sealant at the local auto parts store. Put the sealant in before you waste your money with the anti freeze and see if it holds, The hole just might be too big to be sealed, if so, you would have to replace it, If the water holds, I would put about almost full. It should not cost more that a few bucks, engine doesn't matter. You can still drain out the water from the bottom of the Radiator, if it holds then put in your anti freeze and you should be good to go. - pinnocleplayer

2)   It's either a leaking radiator or a blown radiator or heater hose. It may also be a blown water pump gasket. - booboo

3)   If it poured out it sounds like hose went bad, check your upper and lower radiator hoses as well
as your heater hoses.
Normally with a radiator or gasket you will get steam, take a look at the water pump as well, if it came from there it should be pretty obvious. - Mr.noitall


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