Roomy comfortable ride with good
acceleration. The 1996 3.4 liter
engine was poorly designed. Alternator
on the bottom of engine which is pricey
to fix and common to go bad in colder
climates, especially hard winters.
Tune ups require removing the upper
plentum and igntion system (coils and
ECM) Not an easy vehicle to
troubleshoot vacuum related problems.
Good car when it is running well but
sluggish with vacuum problems due to it
I like the roominess and a very
comfortable ride. If maintained has
Alternator placement should be
reachable. Battery placement reacable
and not underneath the washer
resovoir. Easier tune up (spark plugs)
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