if you need help, you can call the number below tomorrow (sunday) after noon (EST) and I'll walk you through how to see what blew up.
you might wanna have the charger oot of the car before you call tho.
With overnight shipping, telephones, and e-mail everything is local.
definatly and I also agree that there are only 3 charger rebuilders worth a dam BBM, KK, and ORZ. But if you read my sig you can see who I went with
And if you look hard enough you might see that EIP or Motortechnik are somewhat local to you but they do crap rebuilds and have a horrible horrible custermer service and their rebuilds usually don't last long, use crap parts, can ruin a charger. use the search function if you don't believe me. If you love your charger send it to one of the above 3 companies. Shipping via Fedex ground to NH costs less then $20 and thats with 2 day service and $3000 worth of insurance (always insure for the cost of a new charger incase they lose yours) Hell there is even a topic some where on how to pack a charger properly to ship it. I'd find it but I'm using dial up
Alright, I guess Dave is a little busy. but anyway some info on the charger? Looking in through the circular intakes on either side there is an area whick seems to suck in air? Upon looking into the intake, there is an outside wall and an inside wall. In the center between the walls is a wall with a slit in the middle. Between the inside wall and the divider there is a moving device with a perpendicuar wall which flows through the slit. Anyway the charger gets stuck when the moving device hits the inside wall
sorry I missed your call...
I crashed this morning on my MTB and got me a frikkin huuuuuge charlie horse on my left quad muscle.
can't walk worth a sheeeeeit.
if you call me again tomorrow between 8am and 8pm I'll be sure to have someone pick up (as we are closed until Wednesday due to the stat Holiday up herre eh).
sorry aboot that.
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