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(JSOnline)   And on today's episode of "Grilling With The Cars", we meet a woman who attempts to barbeque a 2007 Dodge Caravan with predictable results. What wine goes good with alternator?   (jsonline.com) divider line 20
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2014-01-08 08:18:23 AM
A Dodge Caravan is not a car as much as a diaper bucket.
 
2014-01-08 09:08:02 AM
Lac du Flambeau? More like Van du Flambeau

/please tip your waitress
 
2014-01-08 09:08:55 AM
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What Smokin' with The Cars might look like
 
2014-01-08 09:13:53 AM
It's something the police chief has done, also. -SMH
 
2014-01-08 09:19:34 AM

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2014-01-08 09:28:43 AM
Alternator? I'd suggest something in a very spicy Malbec, personally.
 
2014-01-08 09:35:43 AM
Personally I like the grilled Dodge Ram better. Has a little gamier taste...
 
2014-01-08 09:40:12 AM
This viral marketing for Allstate is getting out of hand.

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2014-01-08 09:41:16 AM
Barbe que?
 
2014-01-08 09:42:57 AM

FTDA: What smokin' with The Cars looked like in 1982


Touche.
 
2014-01-08 09:47:41 AM
My father & his brothers used to do this some 45 years ago.

They were working the woods (pulping) and sometimes the truck didn't start. So, they'd light a (small) fire under the engine to warm the oil up so it would turn over. AFAIK, they never had an incident.

Obviously, you can't do this today with all of the modern electronics in today's engines. That and they're 90% plastic.
 
2014-01-08 09:49:55 AM
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2014-01-08 09:52:46 AM
Since the alternators in Chrysler products come from either Germany (Bosch) or Japan (Nippondenso) you might want to consider a Riesling, or Saki.  Luckily you won't have to worry about pairing it with the voltage regulator though.  Back in the 90s Chrysler (in it's infinite wisdom) decided to incorporate the voltage regulator into the PCM (Power Train Control Module) rather than having it be a separate entity, or placing it within the alternator as is most commonly done by all other manufacturers.  Thus making replacing the voltage regulator more expensive than replacing the alternator due to the cost of the PCM.  Back when I was in the business there was a company out of PA that sold a VR that you could mount on the alternator (Bosch or Nippon) that would bypass the PCM.  Many times the VR portion of the module was the only portion that failed, thus eliminating the need to replace the unit.  Saved a lot of customers a lot of money doing that.

/ could be different now
// sold the business about 10 years ago to my best employee
/// he's still going strong.  Good-Will is everything
 
2014-01-08 10:04:11 AM
Maybe her car warming method didn't work out quite right, but her car cooling method was brilliant.

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2014-01-08 10:25:51 AM

BubbaJones: Lac du Flambeau? More like Van du Flambeau


I was going to go with Van du Flambée.
 
2014-01-08 10:29:18 AM
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2014-01-08 11:02:41 AM

AllYourFarkAreBelongToMe: Since the alternators in Chrysler products come from either Germany (Bosch) or Japan (Nippondenso) you might want to consider a Riesling, or Saki.


Good thought but no no no.  An Alsatian Riesling-Gewertstraminner.  Got to get it just right.
 
2014-01-08 11:08:57 AM
$1,000 damage to a 2007 Dodge Caravan...isn't that actually totaled??
 
2014-01-08 05:40:46 PM

Captain Slow: My father & his brothers used to do this some 45 years ago.

They were working the woods (pulping) and sometimes the truck didn't start. So, they'd light a (small) fire under the engine to warm the oil up so it would turn over. AFAIK, they never had an incident.

Obviously, you can't do this today with all of the modern electronics in today's engines. That and they're 90% plastic.


Did you notice what the police chief said?  He also have used charcoal with success, then follows by not suggesting others do it.

Those funny knuckle headed police chiefs.
 
2014-01-08 06:18:05 PM
What wine goes good wellwith alternator?
 
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