Alternator/battery light

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Re: Alternator/battery light

Postby Rettax3 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 9:49 pm

GT_Indy wrote:Yah everything is becoming more computerized on cars. I believe 1982 they had computer controlled carbs and people used to think those were complex. I think another 40 years and todays cars will be childs play compared to future cars.

...But 40 years from now, ask someone to repair a 1982 carburetor with computer feed-back. :D Or even start one up, "Hey, why doesn't this car start under voice command? WTF does 'unleaded gasoline only' mean? WTF is gasoline?" :lol:


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Re: Alternator/battery light

Postby GT_Indy » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:44 am

Rettax3 wrote:
GT_Indy wrote:Yah everything is becoming more computerized on cars. I believe 1982 they had computer controlled carbs and people used to think those were complex. I think another 40 years and todays cars will be childs play compared to future cars.

...But 40 years from now, ask someone to repair a 1982 carburetor with computer feed-back. :D Or even start one up, "Hey, why doesn't this car start under voice command? WTF does 'unleaded gasoline only' mean? WTF is gasoline?" :lol:


:D lol So true. Same will happen with alternators. Batteries will take their place eventually.


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