I asked a question yesterday and never recieved.

  • 1997 MAZDA 626
I asked a question yesterday and never recieved an answer. Ive already paid "justanswer. Com" 18$ for the wrong answer.I wouldve been glad to pay for the right answer but not in advance. So keep your damd answer!
Monday, February 18th, 2013 AT 2:09 PM

1 Reply

It would really help if you would at least ASK a question rather than just spouting off. This site is not affiliated with the site you mentioned so why are you angry with us? I've tried to get answers to tv repair questions before from sites like those but they are too greedy and won't give up their information for free. We do here, but you can't expect us to know what's wrong with your car if you don't tell us. We really aren't that good.

Post a new question so all the experts can have a chance to read it and respond. And for pete sake, if you're going to ask an engine-related question, INCLUDE THE ENGINE SIZE! If it's about something else, tell us if you have an automatic transmission, WHICH motor doesn't work, which switch you're talking about, etc. If you get an answer, then reply, "I did that already", you should have included that right away. Don't make us guess, and don't make us go through all the diagnostic steps you covered already.

You better have at least tried to solve the problem first too. Don't expect us to fix your car over a computer if you haven't even opened the hood yet and checked for obvious causes. If you're texting and can't be bothered to use proper spelling and punctuation, we likely will put just as much effort into composing a worthwhile reply, if we even bother to read it.

95 percent of the questions asked here are not solved in a single reply. We will stick with you as long as we make progress. It's the visitors who disappear and leave us hanging. When you are forced to pay for an answer before you get it, you have no way of knowing what you'll get. Here you are welcome to make a much-appreciated donation after you find out if we can help. The site owners set it up that way and we like it.
Was this
Monday, February 18th, 2013 AT 2:38 PM

Please login or register to post a reply.

Related General Content

Drill Out a Bolt and Tap a Thread

Recommended Guides