Doin pretty good, and you? Hey I took the Caddy on it's first 1000 plus mile round trip, and it went great! I got 28 miles per gallon! Not bad considering my wifes Cavilier 4cyl only gets 32mpg on the same trip!
I had called a body shop and asked about my trunk leak problem, he didn't mention the tail lights, but he did mention the chrome around the rear window, but he said thats usually in the ones with fake convertable top.
As for me getting in the trunk, no way. Lol. I'm 6'3" tall, 350 lbs, and have had 3 major 3 minor back surgeries. BUT I'm sure I can find a friend, or my little 5'4" 115lb wife to do it for me. I'll ask her tonight when she gets home.
By the way, I havent got my new wires and plugs in yet, but this one guy did something for me that may of very well fixed my dying when it rains problem. He cleaned this area of the throttle body or whatever that is big round opening, and he also cleaned many sensors, and the air charge temp sensor? I think? Anyway, after doing that, it hasn't died yet. I need to give it it's first oil change, it claims I have 51% left, but I'm a 3000 mile oil change guy. I've used Havaloine for many years on my other vehiciles with no problems, looks like previous owner used a brand called Northland which we don't have around here, in fact, I've never heard of it. My mechanic claims any good API certified brand is fine, he uses Valvoline.
Good to hear from ya! I'll let ya know when I get the wife to check the trunk for me.
As stated, it looks like condensation, its droplets under the spare tire cover, and on the spare tire. Appears to have done this a LONG time, and alot of wd-40 and 3 in 1 oil and alot of vise grip work. Lol. To get the rusty bolt that holds the cover off.
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Im doin just great, you can start by removing the inside carpet, then put whoever in the trunk with a light, if the carpet is white on the back side it has water comming in somewhere, is the carpet wet?
Monday, June 9th, 2008 AT 2:44 AM