by budeth on May 16, 2013 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Skylark
I keep up with regular maintenance such as fluid changes on time and tune ups. Its a decent riding car when everything is working at the same time, but unfotunately, that is hardly ever the case. Brakes pads, and rotors wear out super fast, tcc solenoid for trans is always failing and is a nightmare to change, poors weather seals leave car flooded during hard rain, ignotion coil covers failed about every 2 months(sometimes more), electical issues all the time, window motors and regulators fail often, headlight/turn switch issues constantly. Just a poor excuse for a car. Nothing is easy to work on with this beast. Only plus is the comfortable front seats and soft touch interior. Never again!
by Monika Wilson on Nov 22, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Skylark
I have only had this car for a few months but I have to say that I love it. I have had a problem with the driver side window but that I can live with. I bought this car from a private owner that took great care of it. So far it has been dependable and a joy to drive. No complaints.
by Lil' Bobby on Feb 22, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Skylark
I bought this car to last a year. When
purchased, she had about 188,000 miles and
needed a little work. She needed need brakes,
calipers, the whole bit. Next, were the wheel
hub assembly. I hope to keep this car for a
while. It runs great. I will hope to clean up the
interior with new seats, ceiling frabric, and
transmission overall and fix oil leakages.
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