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ImpalorA4
03-15-2005, 08:44 AM
Well today car came back from the mechanic...
1) Cranck shaft is unbalanced! how much to fix this? or is it even fixable.
2) Bearing in the Trans is leaking Oil.
3) Sucking in extra air throwing a code everytime.
4) Back right wheel bent from the inside.
5) One of the back wheels has a squeeking sound...bearings are ok, control arms are fine caliper not hitting anything. have no clue what it is.

Well should i just sell it cheap its a 96 120000 miles...or fix those things get a new clutch and drive it into the ground?

Man cant wait to start my own business and not worry about money.

greengravy
03-15-2005, 08:47 AM
well, for what you sell it for think about what kind of car you can get for the same money. look at all the shit you have to replace. is it worth it to you to replace all of those things when you could have jsut bought something else taking a risk of having similar things go wrong with that car... personally i would sell it, but then again ive had 7 cars over the past 3 years. when they become too much of a pain i get rid of them. your call mang.

IndieRockSteve
03-15-2005, 05:45 PM
1) wow, how the hell did that happen? (and how did they know)
2) shouldn't be to bad being a manual.
3) through where? a hose?
4) wheels are cheap. buy some nice aftermarket rims =)
5) constant squeek? intermitent? speed related? rpm related? power related?


Originally posted by ImpalorA4
Well today car came back from the mechanic...
1) Cranck shaft is unbalanced! how much to fix this? or is it even fixable.
2) Bearing in the Trans is leaking Oil.
3) Sucking in extra air throwing a code everytime.
4) Back right wheel bent from the inside.
5) One of the back wheels has a squeeking sound...bearings are ok, control arms are fine caliper not hitting anything. have no clue what it is.

Well should i just sell it cheap its a 96 120000 miles...or fix those things get a new clutch and drive it into the ground?

Man cant wait to start my own business and not worry about money.