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2007-05-12 13:00:52
2007-05-12 13:00:52

That's a pretty vague question without knowing where you hear this, engine area, trans. area, rear end area, inside the car? On this forum that I belong to there is a person who loves these kind of questions and his answer would probably be,"TEACH IT TO SING THEN".

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