metalmonkey47 Posted February 2, 2011 Report Share Posted February 2, 2011 (edited) So I was working at Autozone tonight, and this young couple comes in and tells me they have a problem with their car. My first instinct is to ask what kind of car it is, so i do and they respond that it is a 1991 Acura Integra. Cool, no biggie right? The guy told me he's been working on cars for a few years and this has him stumped. I ask what the issue is, and they tell me they made it halfway home and noticed a weird sound of air rushing and when they accelerate hard and let off the gas, theres a strange whirring sound under the hood. He said it was running okay and was even going pretty fast for a car with some kind of "issue." I walked outside with the dude while the girl walked down the "ricer" isle to look at "performance" accessories. Naturally, at this point I began to get suspicious of their knowledge of cars. The guy seemed kinda dumb and used terminology that is only used by the most ignorant of my customers. Said something that I could only equate to him telling me the air filter box was leaking? WTF... so he opened the hood and... Ebay turbo kit. I spent 20 minuets explaining to him why it wasn't a problem. And still, he didn't seem to believe that was it. Sent him accross the street to talk to the guys at the local shop. Good fucking riddance. Edited February 2, 2011 by metalmonkey47 Quote Link to comment
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