We owned it for 2 months with no
problems. Then we had to drive to
Texas. On the 2nd day of our journe the
fan was torqued off and hit the
waterpump.(We were pulling a 88 Bronco
2). So we got the waterpump replaced.
Then 40mi down the road it happened
again, this time it broke the waterpump
and the radiator. So we fixed all that
and another 50 miles later the fuel
pump and fuel filter went bad. So all
and all between having to be towed and
getting parts fixed it cost us about
$1000. Also the back windshield stopped
working fom the rear and the switch had
to be relaced on the dash. You also
can't roll the passenger window back up
from the drivers side.
AC works great, has a lot of power
mechanical defects, cheap parts, gas
milage is horrible (about 10 city/12
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