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Date:         Tue, 13 Dec 2016 06:12:38 +0000
Reply-To:     Mike Miller <mwmiller6@ATT.NET>
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From:         Mike Miller <mwmiller6@ATT.NET>
Subject:      bad back so bad van problem
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Vanaroners, I appolgize for the use of band widtch but but as I posted earlier my power steering rack, 87 syncro, is moaning when the wheel turns. Several people responded with suggestions, for which I thank you all. But they all depend on my either 1] being able to get around the van and check fluid levels, etc. or 2] getting the van to a guy who can do those things. My back is making worse sounds than the power steering rack, or rather I am when I try and use it.  To that end does anyone know of a back fixit person in the North bay area of the San Francisco bay area? This is probably related to stenosis, and/or a bulging disk so accupuncture and the like is probably not appropriate. I have someone for surgery if that becomes necessary but I'd like an alternate to that. Please send any suggestions you may have. Mike M with the bad back in Cotati, just follow the moaning and crying sounds.  

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