Ode to the Nissan Frontier

I love my truck,
Don't get me wrong,
It's put in 250,000 miles,
And is still going strong.

But what every Nissan owner knows,
When for the ignition key we reach,
We cringe and hold our breath,
And fear that inevitable, horrible screech.

Replace, rewire and remove,
Websites, books and mechanics I have seen,
Pulleys, bolts, and parts unknown,
Still the devil resides in belts serpentine.

Despite the trials and tribulations,
My neighbors will forever know,
Winter, spring, summer or fall,
When it's off to work I go.

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