IS THIS CAR WORTH FIXING?
Hi. I own a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville with around 180,000 miles and a V6 engine. It was purchased for $1,100 in January 2007. These are the following problems that it has, the brake lines just went on me yesterday, the fuel lines are rotted, the oil pan has holes in it, there are engine wires that are not working properly causing a popping sound and my car surges forward when I try to accelerate, water gets in and mold is growing on the a belt is rotted one the engine(Serpentine belt?). I am extremely frustrated. How much sould all of this cost me? I think that it is junk at this point and to tell you the truth I am relieved becaue I hate this car.
August 30, 2007.
August 30, 2007.
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