Admit it, we’ve all pulled some bonehead moves when we first started. Heck, I still do! My very first one working on a car was when I was around 13. My dad gave me his old 1973 Dodge Coronet. Dad would drive one into the ground and buy another. It had overheating issues, charging issues, and ran like crap. My uncle was completely the opposite. He would take the best of care of his cars and I always aggravated him while he was doing it. After dad gave me the Coronet, I asked my uncle what I could do to get it running better. He said to clean the plugs and distributor cap/rotory button. So I took all that stuff off, took it to the kitchen sink, and washed them like mom washed the dishes. Then, I put it all back on willy-nilly with no regard as to firing order. I even washed the wires for good measure. Needless to say, I had to get my uncle to come fix it. He cussed me, and called me everything but a milk cow when he saw what I had done. Anybody else? Come on now!