Bodycam Shows Mesa Officers Rescuing Man Pinned Under Car

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Bodycam Shows Mesa Officers Rescuing Man Pinned Under Car

Don't wory about getting under a car that is not properly secured.

Shit only happen to others.

Like that guy.

 

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stokkebye's picture

What a dumb fuck soyboy. Wasting our taxpayer services on his dumbass, smfh! 

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Dagambit's picture

everyone knows if you have to change a tire, you need to call 911 first so the cops can lift the car. what the fuck was this guy thinking?

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Nakey's picture
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he looked pressed for time.

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daftcunt's picture

This is why I have a hydraulic lift in my garage!

 

Also: A big LOL at bluelacesilverpants!

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bronobo's picture

i only lift one end of the car if i'm going underneath, and i put 2 jack stands on the lift points, then wedge another 2 under the frame rails until they're snug.

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Dude's picture

there have been cars running 25 years without an oil change just filters and top it up with new oil

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Nakey's picture
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wait, how do you change an oil filter without first draining the oil?

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bannik's picture

Jizz...a thick layer of fresh virgin jizz, the sperm in the jizz reacts by aggresively eating the old oil thereby cleaning the filter but it has to be extra fresh and you will need at least 13 Berg loads or at least 2 bannik loads...

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daftcunt's picture

Same way you normally would, the filter sits above the sump in all cars I know. Still not recommended as oil actually wears.

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Nakey's picture
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not in a saab 900, the filter is right in front of the engine at the same level as the sump.

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daftcunt's picture

Which model / year? Probably the hole/tube where the oil is returned to the sump is still above oil level, just try it next time you change the oil.

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bannik's picture

id be more worried about your NSFW content posting than talking about car engines... 

you need to respect the other users who arent pervs like you

 

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Nakey's picture
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i gave you the model, 900. the year was something like 90-95

i need to do the oil on my rodeo this week but i probably won't try it. doing the oil in one of these is trial enough with out attempting anything like this.

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daftcunt's picture

The Saab 900 engine, Oil filter looks to be right behind the alternator towards the right of the pic.

 

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Nakey's picture
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my bad it was a 9000 not 900.

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daftcunt's picture

Also in a Saab 9000 engine the filter sits way above the sump (lower third of the pi, slightly off centre to left):

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Nakey's picture
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dude why are we going down the rabit hole with this?

heres a video:

 

can we move on now please?

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