I think there are four tires that come pre-mounted on the car? Maybe? :x:
Contis aren't considered tires :thumb:
And before Facebook was open to anybody who could read and type and register fake emails, etc., it was open to just .edu addresses. Essentially, a haven for college students to post to each other, to see who is in what classes, and to find out the name of that cute girl (or guy) down the hall from you.
Along with being an online message board, Facebook was perfect for the advancing student.
Until it opened it to everybody. Slowly but surely it has gone donehill, from basic to too much stuff loaded on one page.
Wife got her 08 on Oct. 5th. She has 4100 miles as of this morning. This car replaced her 2000SEL with 127,400 miles destroyed in crash and that one replaced her 1999SEL because of a buy back.
Ride is far superior compared to the other cars. Quiet, more comfortable seats, smoother, roomier, 29+mpg at 70mph, enjoy the Command Seating, very pleased with car but sad thing is not many on the road. This is a very nice car.
Blaze dude, there may be the saying that there is no such thing as a stupid question, but you really push it. You have a really broad question that can EASILY be answered by yourself. Just google it, there are tons of reviews, spec pages, etc for whatever you are looking for.
I know some other SHO owners like to go with SVT Cobra rotor/calipers or atleast calipers on their cars.
The problem with this is that requires re-drilling the lug bolt pattern from 5 * 4 1/2 to 5 * 4 1/4.
I was curious if anyone had any information on possibly using Volvo S60 R...
ok thx, i found the vacuum leak, its on that thing on the back of the intake manifold. so what kind of screw is it cause i tried a Phillips but i could not get a good fit on it. so is it like a torx screw or something like that
I have a new Catalytic Converter for sale, bought for a 2002 Taurus but will fit other years. It is the front, Y-pipe (cross over). Paid 275 will sale for 250 (obo) plus shipping. Let me know if you are interested.
Well they are back on the road now and they said it seems fine so i hope so. and i hope there is no permanant damage done that could shorten its life. the way it sounds the ding chimed and then almost imediatly lost pressure and "went out" so i am hoping it lost more pressure and didnt try to...
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