OK, really, I'm not a dude but pretended to be one yesterday!
I believe that all women should be able to check these things though.
And check those tires often too!
Especially on an RV that has to carry so much weight.
I popped the hoods on 4 vehicles yesterday! I felt rather like grunting like Tim Taylor of Home Improvement.
Remember that old TV sitcom?
I think I was supposed to grunt & scratch...instead, I opened hoods, cleaned battery terminals with the spray cleaner stuff. Cleaned that up, let it all dry, then checked battery levels.
Now I'm a car doctor!
I did open a nice cold beer because it just seemed fitting.
The SUV is El Sicko car. I discovered when I opened the hood that her radiator fan is split & cracked in several places. I let her know about it yesterday. It's not safe to drive in my opinion. Her adjuster called me to see when he could come view it. He'll come on Monday. She flies back on Monday. He started to discuss details with me, but I cut him off & told him it's better to discuss that with the owner of the vehicle. Not me!
I need to fill the holding reservoir of the RV's coolant but didn't feel like it then. The radiator is ok, but the coolant level in the holding reservoir needs to be filled. That requires a tall stool. Why they practically hid it under the frame in a barely inaccessible space is beyond me.
Ha, try checking the windshield washer fluids! Now that's almost impossible. I swear, it's hidden under an area that you can't see through.
It was interesting on the difference between the 3 big vans. That includes the RV as a van too.
2 Fords, 1 Dodge. The Dodge is mine. It's El Deado. It's beyond El Sicko. It needs a real El Mechanico.
One day, I'll get it into a shop. For now, it has somehow become a storage unit. It would be embarrassing to take it in with all the stuff I have stowed inside of it! I swear, I don't know where that stuff comes from. Once you put in one single item, it reproduces like bunnies! Fortunately, so far, I've not found any bunnies in there...yet.
Speaking of critters, these are the 2 Afghan Hounds, 1 Italian Greyhound & 1 Borzoi (also known as a Russian Wolfhound) that we've been boarding & that I groom.
The Afghans really do have eyes....they are like little hippie girls. There should be flowers in their hair huh?
I'd better go when the gettin' is good here. The wifi signal goes from 3 bars to 1 bar, to no bars, all up & down like the stock market. Usually I lose.
~As always, be kind to your pets, clean up after them on your travels & respect your neighbor~