nope, i see water drip under front psgr door sideJust realized that I don't see any water dripping under the car after I use the A/C.
Anyone else notice this?
may be the drip pipe is cloggedCould be the reason why my A/C stinks. Even after the dealership sprayed something into the vents.
Dealership said they'll take a look at it when I bring in the car for the DAS recall.
Could be, but I doubt it. When I called, I was given the same BS excuse and they didn't know who I was.you must have made your dealer upset for some reason, is it?
Once again, I had to turn to the Internet abbreviation siteI have no idea who you are IRL. I just get a kick out of some of your posts. Plus the irony that cvipgo started out as a bit of a troll on this forum, but now seems to have mostly become a fanboy. That's why I liked that comment.
But really, we're having nice high-pressure, low humidity weather here in CA right now. So I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't water dripping. Try it next week when it gets wet around here.
If you go to the site I posted, you'll see that they tell you that their site is rated G(so FKNA is not one of the nearly 4,000 "definitions"). And I do have the urban dictionary amongst the research categories, so I can access it quickly, if need be. Oh, I did just now have to look up "STFU." The site uses "FLIP" instead, but I got the message.LOL? WTF is LOL?
And what site suggests limiting use of acronyms? They should STFU. We're here to broaden your internet vocabulary every day. FKNA (that one is supposed to be phonetic and also happens to be the alternate URL for one of my favorite ski companies).
Oh, and you should set urbandictionary as one of your favorites. Very useful for words/acronyms you aren't familiar with.