Not sure if I should say Thank You or WTF? Glad to see you have a sense of humor.
XR chill out we were just having a little fun. I guess we should have asked the OP if he was indeed serious or was it just a parody???? If he was serious; then my apologies to him. But you seem to be alot more butt hurt about then he does.This shouldn't need responding, but since it does, I'll try to be polite about it.
I've walked into more people than I care to count that have no idea what they're doing when it comes to cars, just like some people have no idea what they're doing when it comes to computers. I had to teach my sister in law how to open her hood and check her oil. She's the kind of person who doesn't notice when there's a wheel-sized patch of leaked oil on the ground (dirt & gravel) where she parks.
There are plenty of people out there who would benefit from having a tutorial to describe simple tasks to them. Let's not belittle those people. There are many people out there who haven't the slightest clue how to do anything automotive related, and rely on their dealerships to do their inspection to make sure everything is working correctly. I personally know of people who have never opened their hoods in their life. I know of people who have brought their cars into the shop for a brake change because their pads and rotors are metal-on-metal on all 4 corners. To us, that's dumb, but to someone who doesn't know, it's confusing.
Consider that sciphi took the time to thoroughly describe a process he might consider elementary and perhaps mundane in order to empower someone to perform simple tasks they may not otherwise have been able to. If you have something to add or a recommendation to make respectfully, please do so, but don't troll someone else's efforts, especially when no similar efforts exist on your part.
In other words, if you have nothing to contribute or no sincere thanks to give to someone who made an effort to help other people, move along.