Granted I have seen plenty of rigs that have insides nicer than my home and these are usualy owner operaters. In 12 years of working on rigs I have seen some nasty stuff. Arabs and Indians. (red dot not how) have a nasty habit of cutting a hole in the floor of the bunk and doing there biz. Those rigs don't get worked on either. Kitty litter boxes over flowing. BO so bad it is like that Seinfeld episode except not as funny. We had a rig show up last night that was missing and seemed to be an injector. No big deal Call Jubitz and send the drivers (both women) off to the hotel for the night as the rig won't be looked at till the morning. I get the job and go to get in it and see dog hair everywhere and a godawful stench. Lovely.. at least it held air all night and I just fired it up, released the brakes and got it in the shop as fast as I could. Whew it is an N14 Cummins with a data port on the block, that means I can keep the doors closed. /forums/images/graemlins/screwy.gif I hook up the puter and log on and start doing diagnostics and sure enough it is an injector. I start the cyl cut out doing the ever popular let it be #1-4 dance. No dice craps it is #6. There is a reason the SRT(standard repair time) for #1 is an hr and #6 is 4 hrs. You have to remove the floor mat, part of the dash and remove the dog house. and then do the repair inside the cab. Ok it sucks but working on trucks is part of the job. I smoke, the drivers smoke so I figure to just buy another pack of ciggaretts and charge em to the job so I can lay several around like incence. I pull the drivers kick panels and that half of the mat up and it is soaking wet and has a greenish liquid covering that section. I think heater core and am trying to figure out how coolant got over to that side while I am taking up the passenger side. Sure enough it is saturated and has a 1/4" pool on that side which happens to be where the heater core is. Of course I run my fingers through it and instead of the good ol smell of antifreeze.... I get a nice whiff of rancid stale urine.. I dumped my just bought $8 lunch from Taco bell and dashed off the wash room and started scrubbing. I thought it was antifreeze all over my hands. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif I go in and tell em I won't work on it, Roy talks me into doing it and so I did the job from the engine bay side with mirrors. LOL After I had it all back together and was getting ready to take it out I realized that the dog they had was a Shepard sized dog, dogs that big don't usualy relieve themselvs inside unless cooped up for days on end. While backing it out of the shop I noticed that bucket was behind the pass seat and there was also a dog watering bowl. The rig was a mess and looked like it hadn't been washed since new. It don't take to much imagination to gather that the bucket was not for washing the rig and that the dog was not pissin on the floor. Them 2 ladys been pissin a bucket and it turned over. If that aint nasty I don't know what is.