Im planning to buy a 98 camry with 206,000 km on it. they're selling it for $3500, but im moving to another province and i have to drive it for 19 hours will it be worthy to buy it? what are the things i have to consider?
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This particular vehicle is very dependable and reliable. You will get normal maintenence issues brakes/belts etc. However, in my experience, I cannot think of any major issues this model has been troubled with. It would be a good idea to have a pro dp a pre purchase inspection to determine if there are any signs of collission or abnormal engine noises etc. before you by.
dot 3 will suffice ,look on back of can and make sure it shows spec J1704 ,do not be mislead by the gimmicky advertising or some gelled hair assistant who know nothing selling some expensive brand either
SELL THE DAMN TOYOTA! OURS CAME OFF TOO! I ORDERED A NEW ONE AND NO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CAME WITH IT. IT WILL LOCK IN PLACE ON ONE SIDE WHERE THE VISOR CLIPS ON BUT ONCE WE PUT THE VISOR DOWN ONE SIDE POPS OUT! I HAVE HAD NOTHING BUT TROUBLE WITH THIS CAR AND I SWEAR WE WILL NEVER EVER BUY ANOTHER TOYOTA!!
That depends, are you going to put it in? Or buy one installed? There is a place on line that sells nothing but engines. JDM, I think, He has your engine for $900, app. We bought one from him, it worked great, no problem fit right in, fired right up, no problem whatsoever. We couldn't believe it, we were expecting to be making 20 trips to the parts store and killing ourselves trying to figure this thing out. Anyway, a shop will charge you big bucks for the motor swap. I would say about $3500 up, Hope this helps.
How did you get a hole in your engine? And how big is it? Is water coming out? Or oil?
belt slipping or the pump is worn ,other causes could be track control ball joints (not to be confused with the track rod ends)bearings corroded up on top of the mcphersan struts and sometimes the actual steering rack ,do a plan renewal and get the goverment subsidy and buy a new car
It takes a short circuit to blow a fuse. You could try to disconnet thingsuntil it stops, but that is slow. Better if you buy pulse generator to replace the fuse, then move probe over wire until puse stops at the short in the wire. Harbor Freight might sell a short circuit test probe and pulse generator.
You can't glue that old headliner material onto the old rotted foam that came off the material anyway or your gonna have a real clumpy mess on your hands. Buy new material at a material shop like Hancocks fabric and put new material. Its to cheap to do it half ...... Greg