This is a typical GM product. It
looks alright on paper, but in real
world use, it falls flat on it's
face. This vehicle has been beset by
problems from day one. The built-in
TV/VCP will short out the rest of the
interior lights. It is on it's 3rd
transmission. The rear differential
is going out (clack clack clack!).
The intake manifold has cracked. The
fuel pump has died. The brakes are
garbage. Even the oil dipstick is
rusty. That's sad.
The factory jack that comes with the
car is identical to the one GM
includes in their sedans. It is
completely inadequate for lifting a
full sized van. It's pretty funny
they even bothered to include it.
There is no way to improve this
vehicle without a clean sheet redesign
using modern technology. No push
rods, no drum brakes, no leaf springs,
no live axles. This van is just
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