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    Russ B
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    Maybe I’m just blind but I can’t find a way to search for particular phrases, words, and topics within the forum. This would be massively helpful and save on repeat posts etc. I know there’s a search function on the home page but that only seems to link to videos and blogs.

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    Russ B
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    Using Firefox on Windows 10.

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    EricTheCarGuy
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    There is a search function that is site wide on the Home page as well as some of the other pages on the site. I’ll see if we can also have that search placed on the forum. Thanks for your suggestion.

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    Tony Groff
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    Hello, I’ve been a follower for years, but never posted in the forums, ETCG videos have helped me several times over the years. After searching but not finding, I created a forum account here to ask this same question – about searching the forum posts specifically. I was hoping to find an ETGC video, or lively forum discussion, on what to do with a car that’s not worth repairing?

    In short, I have a Dodge with a bad Jatco CVT that costs more to repair than it’s worth. I came to search the forums for suggestions on what others have done – donate to charity, send it to the crusher, sell “as-is” to a private party for a few hundred dollars? I think I’d like to go the charity route, but there are so many results I don’t know who to trust. Thank you for your time!

    –Tony

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    EricTheCarGuy
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    @tony Groff You might consider posting this to the General Discussion forum to get more responses.

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    Jeff Kelley
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    I’m not sure what charity I saw years ago, but it could have been Goodwill. Yet, whatever charity you donate it to, remember to get a receipt for the current value of the car. It’s tax deductible. I’ve donated to the Salvation Army as well.

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