I am unable to figure out, why my truck says cheyenne on it, yet it looks like a silverado. I do not have power steering or power windows, everything is manual except the transmission and the steering, brakes as well. I am unable to explain that to anyone.
I was also curious considering I live in Arizona, what I can do to keep from getting the sun bleached spots in my paint it is white, so can it even get sunbleached. Also out here there are a lot of trucks with chipped and cracked paint mine looks great in comparison.
Also I have just replaced the A/C system, by that I mean everything. The fuel pump, perviouse owner put the wrong one on. New suspension, all new fluids, new dash "check engine light", and had the emissions passed on it with a new catalytic converter.
This is the first car my father has baught me and I am hoping it is the last, but with all the stuff coming up left and right it is draing me pretty bad. My father got it at a pawn shop for 3,500 and I have invested another 6,000 in it so far. I guess my main question is, should I get out of it now, before I go broke, or should I stick it out. I do not know if Chevy's of my year hold value or not and blue book says nothing for something in my area. Outer body is in good condition some minor scratches and dings. And mechanically I have replaced averything from rear axle seals to dash board matt.
What have I gotten my self into and if it is made here in the U.S. Why is it so expensive?
any advise would be great! I love my truck her name is Bonnie but she is breaking my heart.
have the same problem?
Sunday, April 5th, 2009 AT 9:35 PM