Joined: 27 Nov 2006
|Posted: Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:34 pm Post subject: Read this DISCLAIMER
|Read this disclaimer, because if you get injured or screw
up your vehicle, it's going to be your fault and not mine.
The information on this web site is provided free-of-charge. The things you learn here are presented as accurately as possible. However, no guarantees are made as to the completeness or accuracy of information.
It is entirely possible that by following the directions here you will completely and totally hose up your vehicle forever and ruin the engine, transmission, transfer case, interior, soft-top, electrical systems, or just about anything else on your vehicle to such an extent that your vehicle may become inoperable.
It is also possible that you might be working on your vehicle as described here and injure yourself by using unsafe practices or because you failed to take steps because they are not listed here. Your vehicle may fall off of the jackstands and squish you like a roach with a big crunching noise.
No matter what happens to you or your vehicle, remember that it is entirely your responsibility and not the web site owner's nor the authors of these hopefully helpful but possibly destructive and dangerous articles.
Working on automobiles can be incredibly dangerous work, and accidents, mistakes, negligence and failure to acquire adequate training or seek out a professional could be the last thing you ever do before your vehicle slides into gear, hops over its blocks and runs you down, drives into your den, and explodes, killing you, your family, and everyone in your small town in a gigantic, torrential explosion never before seen either on television or in the movies.
Read the owner's manual and study it carefully before ever operating your vehicle.
Use extremely safe, careful practices while performing any sort of mechanical labor.
Consult official documentation (not this website) for any information about your vehicle before beginning any work on it.
Acquire professional mechanical, auto-repair training, and own adequate safety equipment and always use appropriate tools and hardware.