Bill Hewitt Powerstroke dead and obituary, brick and mortar repair business death

After expressing my feelings about Bill Hewitt to some people at Monkey House and his lack of knowledge and vast amounts of disinformation, I decided to visit www.powerStrokehelp.com for the first time in a long time. A $99 per month subscription to a website filled with errors and biases sounds a little outrageous to me. Something like… “On the 7.3, do not remove the high-pressure fuel tank plug while the engine is running because the oil pressure will be over 3000 psi and oil will spray everywhere.” or “The main cause of engine failure on the 6.0 is from high EGT Started, causing the cylinder head gasket to fail, which in turn caused the oil cooler to fail, and then the water in the oil cooler got into the oil pan, which then damaged the engine.” Heat and caused the EGR cooler to fail, which in turn caused the oil filter to melt and the engine to Smells bad”…etc. Or is that really what happened? Maybe I just don’t know how these things actually work.

I wonder how much Keith can charge the public when this guy charges for inaccurate information, which he does.

People want information… they want to hear what they want to hear (in this case, they want to hear that they can add toys to their truck without having to do boring things like operate it properly – It’s a rogue) symbol, not a machine! ! ! )…they will pay.

The problem for Keith and DTS now is that they are forced to hear a lot of truth…and the truth is a price they don’t want to pay…

When this site first launched, I called it a bunch of spam wimps…and then they even asked me to join (I forgot I was a member until you rubbed your nose in it…).

I’ve said it before…and I’ll say it again…the world is full of charlatans, hypocrites and thieves. We have to put these people out of work. They are popular with the masses because they tell people what they want to hear. This can make things difficult.

I’m going to be 60 this year…I won’t have to put up with this shit much longer (and no, I’m not retiring…retirement is just the beginning of the end)…but mostly you do look forward to the next 30 or 40 years. You can pursue your career or job however you want (your choice)…or you can explore how to turn your “craft” into a “career.”

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