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Old 05-25-2003, 02:50 PM
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Join Date: Sep 2002
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Hey Steve, here's my two cents, for what it's worth. Technical accuracy sometimes leaves no room for opinion. It is the way it is. When information that's posted is downright wrong, you're obligated to post a correction. I'm a longtime dealer tech/team leader and I've jumped in several times to correct inaccurate posts. I've only done this when; 1. The mis-information was stated as factual. 2. The person in need of help/advice was going to wind up screwed. 3. I absolutely knew the answer. I enjoy sharing my MB knowledge with DIYer's. I respect anyone willing to roll up their sleeves and get dirty, and I'm sure you feel the same way. This is why you SHOULD correct mistakes when you find them. The seriousness/consequences of the error will be left to your own judgment. Thanks for listening
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