LoL :lol: my experience has been that if you start saying these things they label you as "Trouble Maker". :crazy:
Most probably your coolant flange is dying (or is already dead). Adding water is not gonna help ya. Just get it fixed ASAP. With the winter on the corner water will freeze out and you'll be sorry. The car needs G13 coolant not just water.bad coolant leak from back of engine (still can't find, ~1/2 quart a day of water added)
ُThe part that says "The pull cord is to open the door" in the posted picture is indeed worrisome. If th ecar is in that condition I'm not surprised about anything.or the OP is incredibly careless with his car
I sent mine to CheapABS and Steve repaired mine for $100. Three years on and it's working fine (knocking on wood).I also saw write up on fixing those things, and figured that for $100 or whatever the module company charges, it was cheaper than me attempting to learn how to solder an aluminum wire coated with gel.
Forget it! :crazy: The way you do maintenance on the car you're not gonna keep any lady around. oke:And yes ladies.... I'm single
Just wonder how could we spend more a 1 Trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) bucks on bombing Iraq but the feds don't have enough money to fill the potholes. :crazy: I'm just too too old for this shit uke:is that area noted for pot holes 2 feet deep?
Usually when rotors gets old they also get thinner. This makes them less resistance to the brake heat. So when braking at high speed the amount of generated heat bends or deforms the thin rotor a bit. That causes the imbalance in front end and you get the vibration.When my rotors got some age on them and after more than a few panic stops, I noticed quite a bit of vibration in the front end. The weird part was the vibration seemed to be there regardless of whether you were on the brake or not. Anyway, fresh set of rotors and pads and I was vibration free.