Yah, I KNOW that I have more than 90000
mi on a 1999 626, But does that mean
that I should not be upset that my car
has been in the shop more than I have
had it in my possesion?! Not only did I
change the transmission, but the
enginge. Oh! And it gets better, the
car is currently at the shop(Im still
paying a car note monthly!) because the
check engine light has been on forever.
I am paying for the sensor to be
changed, and was told if that doesn't
work the dealership will have to order
me a new chip! Basiclly I have replaced
the entire car. If I decide to sell it,
its not worth even close to what I've
put into this.
When I first made the purchase I loved
the pick up and the handling was alot
better than I expected for this type of
Transmission, SHOULD not be so
difficult. I have taken this to a few
shops and never have I seen a mechanic
SO frusterated. Its positioned weird,
it doesn't run long, etcc....
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