Ran fine for a year. Six months ago
the plenium cracked and broke, head
damage, $1,000 to fix. A month ago,
explosion, crunch and a piston
connecting rod was shattered (it's
about an inch thick of solid steel -
imagine the force of that explosion!,)
pieces through the engine-$1200
estimated to fix. My husband decided
to tackle it - car was entirely apart
when we got the recall from Buick that
fuel adjustment guage was defective.
We found fuel in the vacuum lines &
that little part caused this. Since
car is apart & we bought $500 in parts
to fix, don't want to tow it to Buick.
RUN SCREAMING from this vehicle.
comfortable ride - when it rides.
Serpentine belt was designed by a nut
job-have to take the motor mounts off.
There's a diagram in owner's manual
after you've spent hours trying to
figure it out.
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