I do have mixed feelings. I took the listing down, then about an hour later posted it again to refresh the listing and said that if it's not sold by 1/1/19 I'm just going to keep it. Not even 30 minutes later I got 3 of the ever so common $200 idiots, then the one that came and bought it. Sad to see it go, but the money is very welcome at this point. I thought he was going to come back tomorrow, but when I went out to go get pizza for dinner the car was already gone :lol2: Oh well, I had everything out of it already, signed as-is bill of sale and the cash so it doesn't matter now.Patience pays off! I'm sure you have mixed feelings.
I never discussed the "flood clear" mode with my daughter. Time to do that and also with my grandson. And some chance of water in the gas. Today I was not in the problem solve mode so I took her to work first. And I pre judged and thought the fuel pump quit. So when I got back to the car, first thing I keyed the ignition and heard the pump so I could rule that out.My Sable would occasionally start up fine, then run really rich, belching blue/black smoke. Needed to rev it for 30 sec or do to clear it out. Then, ran fine. Only happened a few times a year. Always wondered if it was a leaky injector.
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I grew up in the 1960s, started driving in 1971 and old habits never die! I check tire pressure the first of every month, and all fluid levels every Saturday morning. It may sound a bit much, but I get a lot of years and mileage out of my cars.Today I checked all the air pressure in my tires and check fluid levels. As vehicle owners, how often do you check your vehicle fluids and such just ordinary routine maintenance?
... As vehicle owners, how often do you check your vehicle fluids and such just ordinary routine maintenance?