Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

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Old 02 Jan 2005, 01:18 pm   #1 (permalink)
cblake@erols.com
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Default Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

Where is this group? I guess too many vehicles are going into the
sludge group OR you don't want any unnecessary attention brought to the
issue of TOYOTA SLUDGE?

MDT Tech® wrote:
> If you'd like to visit our group, check in at:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/
>
> If you do have sludge, you can still join!
>
> There is a poll there also, please take the poll.
>
> Share stories, speak to the pros! This Yahoo Group has its own

"Toyota
> Master Diagnostic Technician" with plenty of Toyota dealership
> experience and info regarding sludge!
>
> If you are a Toyota Tech, please join, this means you Chris, Steve

and
> the rest of you! ;-)


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 02:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

maybe if you changed your oil you wouldn't have SLUDGE! Buy a Ford!

<cblake@erols.com> wrote in message
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Where is this group? I guess too many vehicles are going into the
sludge group OR you don't want any unnecessary attention brought to the
issue of TOYOTA SLUDGE?

MDT Tech® wrote:
> If you'd like to visit our group, check in at:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/
>
> If you do have sludge, you can still join!
>
> There is a poll there also, please take the poll.
>
> Share stories, speak to the pros! This Yahoo Group has its own

"Toyota
> Master Diagnostic Technician" with plenty of Toyota dealership
> experience and info regarding sludge!
>
> If you are a Toyota Tech, please join, this means you Chris, Steve

and
> the rest of you! ;-)



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Old 02 Jan 2005, 03:22 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

to synthetic...
http://www.performanceoiltechnology....KeptSecret.htm


"bill" <no_spam@cox.net> skrev i meddelandet
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> maybe if you changed your oil you wouldn't have SLUDGE! Buy a Ford!
>
> <cblake@erols.com> wrote in message
> news:1104693482.688422.297700@c13g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
> Where is this group? I guess too many vehicles are going into the
> sludge group OR you don't want any unnecessary attention brought to the
> issue of TOYOTA SLUDGE?
>
> MDT Tech® wrote:
>> If you'd like to visit our group, check in at:
>> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/
>>
>> If you do have sludge, you can still join!
>>
>> There is a poll there also, please take the poll.
>>
>> Share stories, speak to the pros! This Yahoo Group has its own

> "Toyota
>> Master Diagnostic Technician" with plenty of Toyota dealership
>> experience and info regarding sludge!
>>
>> If you are a Toyota Tech, please join, this means you Chris, Steve

> and
>> the rest of you! ;-)

>
>



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Old 02 Jan 2005, 07:39 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to Toyota.
It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It also
generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
engines to sludge..

<cblake@erols.com> wrote in message
news:1104693482.688422.297700@c13g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
Where is this group? I guess too many vehicles are going into the
sludge group OR you don't want any unnecessary attention brought to the
issue of TOYOTA SLUDGE?

MDT Tech® wrote:
> If you'd like to visit our group, check in at:
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/
>
> If you do have sludge, you can still join!
>
> There is a poll there also, please take the poll.
>
> Share stories, speak to the pros! This Yahoo Group has its own

"Toyota
> Master Diagnostic Technician" with plenty of Toyota dealership
> experience and info regarding sludge!
>
> If you are a Toyota Tech, please join, this means you Chris, Steve

and
> the rest of you! ;-)



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Old 02 Jan 2005, 08:30 pm   #5 (permalink)
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"rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net> wrote in message
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>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to Toyota.
> It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
> generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It also
> generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
> engines to sludge..


I'm 'loyal' to Toyotas because they're good cars. If the U.S. ever figures
out how to design and make a reliable economy car, I'd love to buy said
vehicle. So far, Toyota produces the best economy cars, and that's all there
is to it. (at least in my opinion). Were I in the market for a luxury car,
or minivan, or basically any large vehicle, I'd go U.S. - nobody knows big,
flashy and wasteful like we Americans.

Natalie


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 08:43 pm   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/notoyotasludge/ "No Toyota Sludge", even if you do, stop in!

On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:30:47 -0500, Wickeddoll® wrote:

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> "rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:Jn1Cd.22279$jn.6243@lakeread06...
>>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to Toyota.
>> It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
>> generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It also
>> generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
>> engines to sludge..

>
> I'm 'loyal' to Toyotas because they're good cars. If the U.S. ever figures
> out how to design and make a reliable economy car, I'd love to buy said
> vehicle. So far, Toyota produces the best economy cars, and that's all there
> is to it. (at least in my opinion). Were I in the market for a luxury car,
> or minivan, or basically any large vehicle, I'd go U.S. - nobody knows big,
> flashy and wasteful like we Americans.
>
> Natalie



Should I open my mouth on this, Nat? I sell an awful lot of Escorts, and
they go a long way ('course, I have yet to see more than the two I've seen
with over 225,000). And then again, it *is* a Mazda after all, isn't it?
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Old 02 Jan 2005, 08:53 pm   #7 (permalink)
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"HachiRoku" <Trueno@ae86.GTS> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:30:47 -0500, Wickeddoll® wrote:
>
>>
>> "rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net> wrote in message
>> news:Jn1Cd.22279$jn.6243@lakeread06...
>>>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to
>>>Toyota.
>>> It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
>>> generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It
>>> also
>>> generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
>>> engines to sludge..

>>
>> I'm 'loyal' to Toyotas because they're good cars. If the U.S. ever
>> figures
>> out how to design and make a reliable economy car, I'd love to buy said
>> vehicle. So far, Toyota produces the best economy cars, and that's all
>> there
>> is to it. (at least in my opinion). Were I in the market for a luxury
>> car,
>> or minivan, or basically any large vehicle, I'd go U.S. - nobody knows
>> big,
>> flashy and wasteful like we Americans.
>>
>> Natalie

>
>
> Should I open my mouth on this, Nat? I sell an awful lot of Escorts, and
> they go a long way ('course, I have yet to see more than the two I've seen
> with over 225,000). And then again, it *is* a Mazda after all, isn't it?


No idea - but people I know who have Focuses cry in their beer a whole lot.
And you *know* that old 80s Escort was one of the few good Fords?

Natalie


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 09:43 pm   #8 (permalink)
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On Sun, 2 Jan 2005 19:39:49 -0600, "rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net>
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>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to Toyota.
>It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
>generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It also
>generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
>engines to sludge..
>



Regarding the last part of your statement it is true if you don't
change your oil.


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 10:01 pm   #9 (permalink)
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On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:53:08 -0500, Wickeddoll® wrote:

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> "HachiRoku" <Trueno@ae86.GTS> wrote in message
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>> On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:30:47 -0500, Wickeddoll® wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> "rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net> wrote in message
>>> news:Jn1Cd.22279$jn.6243@lakeread06...
>>>>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to
>>>>Toyota.
>>>> It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
>>>> generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It
>>>> also
>>>> generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of their
>>>> engines to sludge..
>>>
>>> I'm 'loyal' to Toyotas because they're good cars. If the U.S. ever
>>> figures
>>> out how to design and make a reliable economy car, I'd love to buy said
>>> vehicle. So far, Toyota produces the best economy cars, and that's all
>>> there
>>> is to it. (at least in my opinion). Were I in the market for a luxury
>>> car,
>>> or minivan, or basically any large vehicle, I'd go U.S. - nobody knows
>>> big,
>>> flashy and wasteful like we Americans.
>>>
>>> Natalie

>>
>>
>> Should I open my mouth on this, Nat? I sell an awful lot of Escorts, and
>> they go a long way ('course, I have yet to see more than the two I've seen
>> with over 225,000). And then again, it *is* a Mazda after all, isn't it?

>
> No idea - but people I know who have Focuses cry in their beer a whole lot.
> And you *know* that old 80s Escort was one of the few good Fords?
>
> Natalie



I've got about 4 of 'em now, all pretty decent. One is a ZX-2. If I were
in the market for a car, and since Toyota isn't really making any sporty
Corollas anymore, I'd snag that ZX-2!

Yeah, the Focus seems to be a hit or miss. Don't tell me we're going back
to late 70's/early 80's mentality!
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Old 02 Jan 2005, 10:09 pm   #10 (permalink)
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"HachiRoku" <Trueno@ae86.GTS> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:53:08 -0500, Wickeddoll® wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "rogerblake" <rogerblake@cox.net> wrote in message
>>>> news:Jn1Cd.22279$jn.6243@lakeread06...
>>>>>I don't know why but people here feel like they need to be loyal to
>>>>>Toyota.
>>>>> It is generally acknowleged that Toyota builds tough cars. It is also
>>>>> generally acknowleged that Toyota does not like to admit mistakes. It
>>>>> also
>>>>> generally acknowleged that there has been a tendency for certain of
>>>>> their
>>>>> engines to sludge..
>>>>
>>>> I'm 'loyal' to Toyotas because they're good cars. If the U.S. ever
>>>> figures
>>>> out how to design and make a reliable economy car, I'd love to buy said
>>>> vehicle. So far, Toyota produces the best economy cars, and that's all
>>>> there
>>>> is to it. (at least in my opinion). Were I in the market for a luxury
>>>> car,
>>>> or minivan, or basically any large vehicle, I'd go U.S. - nobody knows
>>>> big,
>>>> flashy and wasteful like we Americans.
>>>>
>>>> Natalie
>>>
>>>
>>> Should I open my mouth on this, Nat? I sell an awful lot of Escorts, and
>>> they go a long way ('course, I have yet to see more than the two I've
>>> seen
>>> with over 225,000). And then again, it *is* a Mazda after all, isn't it?

>>
>> No idea - but people I know who have Focuses cry in their beer a whole
>> lot.
>> And you *know* that old 80s Escort was one of the few good Fords?
>>
>> Natalie

>
>
> I've got about 4 of 'em now, all pretty decent. One is a ZX-2. If I were
> in the market for a car, and since Toyota isn't really making any sporty
> Corollas anymore, I'd snag that ZX-2!
>


My friend Cassandra had one and loved it

> Yeah, the Focus seems to be a hit or miss. Don't tell me we're going back
> to late 70's/early 80's mentality!


Well, they're wearing the clothes we wore, so...

Natalie


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