yeah, but before i started building this car, i had done almost nothing on cars except routine maintenence, so when i bring a car home and put it in the shop with a mountain of parts beside it... i think to myself "how am i going to turn this shell and that pile of mostly junk, into something that i will drive around?"nobody said:I'm not sure what to say, everytime I see this thread it has an odd effect. Move 7 cars, tons of parts move 3 times and design a turbo system. Overwhelmed Looking for a plug? that's funny. I feel your plight but the perspctive is a bit over the top.
Overload? sounds like a good day!!!
in hindsight, i was looking at it all wrong, i was looking at it as a whole, but now i just pick a little thing on it to get working, once its done i get something else and its finally starting to take shape, its looks (and somewhat works) like a car
i'm sure you weren't always as skillful with opels, or cars in general, i'm only 17 and up until i was 16 i hadn't done anything more than look at or ride in cars, so most of what i'm doing is new to me and only some of it makes sense (it is an opel after all)
also, i'm not looking for a plug, i have the starter hooked up properly, and the two spade connectors aren't reversed because it does nothing when i hook it up opposite of how it is now, i'm still trying to track down the problem