Press F.I have.
>>2714491I replaced my car's coolant thermostat the other day, once it's installed you turn a little plastic screw to bleed out air in the system. The thermostat is pretty far down in the engine bay so I used a long and somewhat sharp screw driver - gave the thing a bad turn and somehow punctured the plastic (and hollow) screw - causing coolant to trickle out. Luckily it was the same screw as the previous thermostat so it was quick to swap out, but it was a panicky three seconds before it occurred to me
>>2714491buy a torque wrench
>>2714491>Press F.Uck you. I do what i want.
did this on a power steering pump a few weeks ago. surprisingly the bolt was just some 10mm pack at NAPA. if you ever need help with a problem like this find the oldest fattest employee and talk to him, you'll either have your solution in 2 minutes or know to leave forever
>>2714655>oldest fattest employeeWhat if they're all young and thin?
>>2714686then you're not in a NAPA
>>2714491That Facebook mom meme doesn't make sense. Shouldn't it say "it becomes righty loosey"
did this to my new water pump. i spent two days trying to get it out and just gave up and had it towed, i had no idea what i was doing and i still dont because i have had to deal with a broken bolt since thank god
>>2714655>>2714686You think that's bad, I went in an AutoZone yesterday and the staff was entirely black women.
>>2714567thif anon is bafed