Thanks everyone. It's been a crazy transition, but as stated all good.
I'm gonna look at putting some new rubber on the 2011. It currently has Michelin sport cup 2's on it. Might look for something with a little more mileage capability. The SC 2's seem to wear fairly fast, and at $430 a...
Been a while since a post. Life has been crazy busy with lots of changes. So far all for the good. Changed companies for work, great move. Twins are at U of M, one graduated already and the other end of this year. Hard to believe they graduated HS in16. The one who graduated already is...
That is what I was thinking except part of the bracket is missing. I would have to fabricate something to replace it.
Agreed, but now to figure out how and where. Appears buried under back seats or side areas.
My son's GF has an 07 Pontiac G6 convertible. Last week the top made a horrendous noise and it stopped working. Opened the trunk to find one of the little flaps that fold out to cover the mechanism broke and hanging down. Upon further research, the aircraft cable was snapped and the bracket...
Is it possible for oil to literally pour out of the clutch ball on the side of the block?
Guess I'm asking if it's a pressurized point as I have a massive leak under pressure. Not the filter or sending unit, what else is left?
Not typically, but if they did, bad news. Not to mention they probably would not last long due to the paint getting into an open motor. The armatures are open to the atmosphere would get contaminated / coated and stop working.
OK, I have a 87 as well, older model. Pushing 20 yrs old for sure. Been giving me fits lately. There is a local electrical distributor that's a Fluke dealer. Might see if it can be repaired, but if the repair is too much, I'll be getting a hold of you because those are great meters !