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New Members: Posting guidelines (PLEASE!!!!! read BEFORE you post) READ THIS FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      #650314 - 12/30/04 12:13 AM

Welcome to the Mitsubishi Technical Forum. BEFORE you post, take a few minutes to read the linked documents below. There is a close-knit community here, waiting to help you, but they'll be much more willing to do so if you invest a little bit of time to get to know our "system" a little, first.

*Here are the REVISED Posting Guidelines for this forum, updated December 23rd, 2006.

#1 Out of respect for our "senior" members, read the search guidelines and perform a search before posting Questions. Many of these questions have been answered dozens of times. No question is a dumb question, and sometimes something new can be brought to the table, but at least take the time to see if your answer is already out there...

EDIT: here's a Forum Post on how to use google search on the 4x4wire forum in case you find the forum's search function difficult.

#2 If you really want an informed and well-thought answer to your question, PLEASE attempt to follow the conventions of spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure. We do not speak in #'s and symbols here, so no L337speak please. To make a reader wade through a full paragraph with no punctuation and frequent spelling errors is taking their help for granted.

#3 Title your Post Appropriately. If you have a specific question, put the specifics in your title. A good example would be: Gen 2 3.5 ltr Crank bolt problems,OR My Gen1 is smoking after start up. A poor example would be Help me please my truck Suxor!! OR "Transmission"

#4 FORSALE posts are not appropriate here. If you want to post an item on the forsale forum and then post a link to it here, that's totally cool. But if you post the ad here, it will unceremoniously disappear.

#5 Finally, take a minute to fill in your profile with your location, and add your vehicle make/model/year in your signature, also accessible through the "My Home" link at the top of the page.

Again welcome, and enjoy the depth of knowledge you'll find here!

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Re: New Members: Posting guidelines (PLEASE!!!!! read BEFORE you post) READ THIS FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!! [Re: PHIL]
      #1178208 - 09/24/09 08:26 PM

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#3 Title your Post Appropriately. If you have a specific question, put the specifics in your title. A good example would be: Gen 2 3.5 ltr Crank bolt problems,OR My Gen1 is smoking after start up. A poor example would be Help me please my truck Suxor!! OR "Transmission"





There have been WAY WAY too many threads that are titled insufficiently as of late. Normally there is a warning, and we re-title your post for you, but if you're a repeat offender... do not be surprised if your thread disappears.

Thanks.

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