BUDDYWHITE said:1. optional volt guage stuck at 16
2. Ash tray latch broken
3. Glove compartment loose
4. runs commonly between 210 and 230 degrees ( well documented )
And always remember the other saying, "Free advice is worth what you pay for it". :glolwildcat66 said:Well I figured it was for older cars but I was just passing on this info. You know the saying
Believe half of what you see
and none of what you hear! :lol
wildcat66 said:1 Volt? Someone mentioned it!!!!
2 Ashtray? No
3 Glove box? I think I remember someone saying the latch can or should be adjusted, some were talking about having to slam it shut.
4 check your fan! Is it running? Does your A/C run warm and cold? You should get it checked before the long drive to Texas, it isn't any cooler here :lol
BTW I heard this on the news today, if you car is overheating you should turn on the heat,(roll your windows down first)
This is supposed to take the heat off the engine!
Pretzel said:Thanks looking4,
After I read your post I went and checked my mat and both L/R sides had deep cuts in them.
proly wait till close to end of warranty and have that replaced too. :smash
............I also noticed that the mat in the bottom of the roof storage area is torn. The tears appear to be from the roof sitting on the mat. Does anyone else have this? I talked to the dealer about replacing it and they are looking into it.
:seeya E :seeya
Orange SSR :ssr
looking4_an_ssr said:I've had the mat in the bottom of the roof storage area replaced.
The new one is getting cut into as well. I might have to stick a small rubber matt there to prevent it. This is one of the things that I heard was mentioned at the Lansing Crafte Center that they didn't seem to know about, but I don't have the whole story on that.
I've yet to hear that jet engine under the hood and my :ssr has gotten plenty hot. Fan has already been replaced, use the A/C on recirculate (as suggested) when it is warm out and in stop and go traffic, still didn't keep the temp down when returning from Corona 2 weekends ago...240+ most of the way home :banghead and it wasn't even hot out that daysavilloc said:They said when the fan does come on you'll know it. It sounds like a jet airplane under the hood. So they said not to worry. If you hear the fan then you getting into the hot range.
I don't know if this is true but that's what they told me.