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Old 07-13-2019, 05:21 PM   #6021
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Put in a can of PEA-filled Gumout multi-system tune-up in the gas couple days ago.

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Old 07-13-2019, 07:53 PM   #6022
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In an attempt to level the engine, I placed two (2) 9/16” ID x 1.5” OD x 1/8”thick hardened flat washers over each of the two threaded studs that secure the upper engine rubber mount to the body of the vehicle. It might be temporary, but it made up for the sagging O.E.-type solid mount and there were enough extra threads to safely torque the nuts to 37 foot pounds.

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Old 07-13-2019, 08:19 PM   #6023
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I patted her fanny and watched, off and on, as a new front windshield and back window rubber seal (just at the roof) was replaced. The project took a tad over 2 hours to complete by an amazingly skillful and detail driven individual. He was actually fun to watch while he worked.

Now, I get to sand and paint the windshield wipers because it doesn't take big tools and a jack to accomplish.

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Old 07-13-2019, 08:43 PM   #6024
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Found the low coolant light and a low reservoir - found a slow leak coming from the thermostat connection.

Replaced the upper and lower hoses, and replaced the thermostat with another Stant. The previous one was torn up. Seems like they only last every 4 years or so...

2nd attempted @ SMOG - and passed! Registered the car - here's to another year. Let's get to 300k!

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Old 07-13-2019, 08:47 PM   #6025
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Old 07-13-2019, 10:42 PM   #6026
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Installed my Sunroof Doctor CNC aluminum guides. Finally have a functional sunroof in the 98 again

Hopefully got everything sealed back up good. Left the headliner out for now just to be sure, and once I'm sure there's no leakage I'll put all that back in. Will be ordering a new seal for the glass next, that at least is a quick and easy install.

Was an all day project, but it's DONE!











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Old 07-13-2019, 11:57 PM   #6027
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Worked on front brakes. Probably going to hear a swish swish swish and feel a peddle pulse. These have been the rustiest brakes I've ever seen, and the hubs are rusty enough that a wire wheel only does so much. They had been metal to metal.

I still have the passenger side to finish up tomorrow.

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Old 07-13-2019, 11:58 PM   #6028
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Today I gave my 99 a bath. Much shinier now, but I have to clay bar it and remove a bunch of the scratches to make it look even better. At some point I'd like to get the wheel refinished, but that's a project for the future.

Yesterday, I repaired the fusable link on the starter motor that corroded apart and left me stuck at a gas station Thursday night. That was a fun three hours waiting for the tow truck. Not a bad run for the starter though, 20 years and the only thing that went wrong was an easily replaceable short length of copper wire. Much better than replacing the original starter with a cheapo aftermarket one.

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Old 07-14-2019, 04:25 AM   #6029
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Red Hot being the guiding light on the Highway to bring in cars at the Fundraiser!

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Old 07-14-2019, 07:51 PM   #6030
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Let's see... First, I joined the forum!

I just replaced the power lock switch, since it was broken and the locks in the car were constantly locking/unlocking. Now I have an electrical gremlin to hunt down since there have been some ridiculous issues with the instrument cluster (some gauges not working, then all not working, then all fine again). I'm tempted to bring it somewhere just to get diagnosed, then do as much work as I can myself depending on the issue.

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Old 07-14-2019, 11:34 PM   #6031
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I just replaced the power lock switch, since it was broken and the locks in the car were constantly locking/unlocking.
Welcome! Very common apparently, the driver's side switch was broken and stuck in the locked position in my 98 when I got it too, the previous owner just removed the power lock relay lol. Quick trip to the junk yard solved that problem. As it turns out, the passenger switch is the same as the driver's once you pop it out of the handle



After tackling the sunroof job yesterday, I got my radio, subwoofer, dash camera, and reverse camera all hooked up and installed today! I'm an audiophile, it was bound to happen lol, this is literally just stuff I had sitting in my garage...

Basic double din Android radio. Nothing high end, but it does everything I want it to and then some (DVD, GPS, bluetooth, etc), but being Android based lets me use my Spotify account and download my music directly to it, one of the best things about it, and pretty much my sole source of music in my other ride with a similar but better MUCH better Android radio





It's one of those Chinese size speced units, so the face is a little larger than a US speced size double din, so the front trim won't fit yet... got to take a Dremel to it... so for now, this is how she sits...







Backup camera function. Don't mind my mess in the shop right now... doing some renovating so have half of it torn apart and there's crap all over the place...





Camera's mounted right above the license plate and the wire is just routed right though the tag light panel, where it passes through a preexisting grommet and follows the factory wiring in the trunk along the hinge.







And the view from the dash camera that's always recording to it's own SD card when the ignition is on. Just a safety thing that I like to have on all my vehicles.





It peaks out the windshield right beside the rear view mirror.






And last but not least, the little Rockford Fosgate self contained amp/sub combo in the trunk. Love this little guy. Sounds great. Have transferred it between about 3 vehicles now lol. It's not enough to rattle the car next to you, but it really fills in the lows where needed and makes overall system sound amazing. Best of all it doesn't take much juice, so I'm not worried at all about the stock charging system keeping up with it.








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Old 07-15-2019, 06:22 PM   #6032
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Drove it around town, and will drive it 100 miles to work and back later. The plan is to finally put it into regular service. It still needs work, but I think I can drive it for now. It now has new pads and rotors up front... crustiest brakes I've ever seen!

I'll likely take a look at the rear brakes this weekend, and start ordering parts. Maybe change the oil. The current oil is the cheapest (FVP @$1.99/qt) to basically "rinse" the old oil out. I've got either Rotella T4, or Supertech Synthetic for the next oil change. I'll probably save the Rotella for my truck. So far the engine seems to be doing well on oil. When I first got the car, and was only running it in the driveway it was smoking like a chimney, even after a piston soak. It only improved after taking a blast down the highway, when I got it plated.

I will hopefully start cleaning the plastic interior too... I'm thinking warm water and a rag with a small amount of some sort of cleaner added. This will be a first phase... it's bad.

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Old 07-15-2019, 08:41 PM   #6033
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Those are cool mods, 98 Gold Uranus. Maybe you should post that again in the Mods section as a separate topic.

I replaced the serpentine belt tensioner with an AC Delco tensioner. I was initially concerned that I might have purchased the wrong one, because the AC Delco tensioner was larger than the original Dayco tensioner with a wider diameter for the pulley and a flat, wider metal part. The bolt holes were in the right place, though, and the AC Delco tensioner installed and worked correctly. One thing that I immediately disliked about this AC Delco tensioner is that the 14 mm tension release bolt is partly recessed, making my serpentine belt tool with its flat crow foot wrench useless. I had to use an angled combination wrench to release the tension, where one side of the wrench has a 14 mm hex wrench and the other side has a 14 mm open wrench. Gripping the combination wrench is uncomfortable and borderline painful because it is so thin. I have another tool that is designed to hold combination wrenches and add leverage which I could use along with velcro to keep the combination wrench in place. The original Dayco tensioner made an audible sound when I spun its pulley while the new AC Delco tensioner was silent when I spun its pulley. I wonder if I can remove the pulley from the Dayco tensioner and replace it with a new pulley. I briefly tried to turn the 14 mm bolt counter clockwise with a Crescent wrench, but the bolt would not budge.

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Old 07-15-2019, 09:40 PM   #6034
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Those are cool mods, 98 Gold Uranus. Maybe you should post that again in the Mods section as a separate topic.
I considered it. For now, it was just what I did that day, so it ended up here in this thread

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Old 07-18-2019, 02:23 PM   #6036
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I fired up our 92 SC and drove it over next door and back.

We bought this car (white/auto) years ago - with a seriously smoking engine ( not in the good way) and parked it in the barn.

I looked for a good engine - and bought another 92 that the guy had hit a deer with. He claimed it ran great. I did fire it briefly before buying. $250.

I found out the guy is a schlock. He " rebuilt" the engine and used so much Permatex that he partially clean o sed off oil passages.

I took it down. New rings and valve guide seals. New mainseals. Replaced scored main bearing. Ect Ect....

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The car body - the guy did a brake line job - and made a mess of it - leaving the old lines in place - and strip towing up the new. Removed, discarded, made new. Bled lines.

It started on the third rev. Came right to idle. No smoke. Quiet. Transmission operated properly as did brakes. The oil pressure gauge ( yeah - gauge) shows 3/4 at idle, cold. I guess that's right. Never had a gauge before.


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Old 07-18-2019, 06:34 PM   #6037
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Experienced my first flat tire yesterday. Put on the doughnut and drove it home from the train station. Found a nice nail in the side that dad and I later plugged. In the meantime, I have a newish 2006 Ion tire on there, which is listed as P195/60r15, which isn't what is standard for the S-series. Am I looking at long term problems if I keep it on there? I ordered a new Goodyear from Walmart but doesn't look like I will have it till a week or two.

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Changed the AC low and high port schrader valves. When I pulled the low port cap off I could actually hear the freon hissing out, so I'm pretty sure I found my leak lol. Put gauges on it and there was less than 5 psi in the system...

Was all set and ready to tare the entire system apart and replace every o-ring, but after literally hearing the gasses escaping after just removing the low port cap, I figured I'd just start with replacing those valves and see what happens from there.

Was quick the change the valves. Recharged the system, got ice cold AC again Was a quick and cheap fix attempt, so I'll just let time tell if it was my only leak. I'll just put my gauges back on it in a couple days and see if the pressures are about the same.

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Experienced my first flat tire yesterday. Put on the doughnut and drove it home from the train station. Found a nice nail in the side that dad and I later plugged. In the meantime, I have a newish 2006 Ion tire on there, which is listed as P195/60r15, which isn't what is standard for the S-series. Am I looking at long term problems if I keep it on there? I ordered a new Goodyear from Walmart but doesn't look like I will have it till a week or two.
A mismatched tire on the rear is not a big deal. But, a mismatched tire size on the front is a bad idea.
The front diff is built to accept temporary speed differences between the left and right sides, but if they are constantly turning different speeds due to different sized front tires, the differential will heat up and wear out.

On Saturns in particular, the differential pin is sensitive to heat and it can slip out of place and completely smash the transmission case open.

If you just need to have the car on 4 wheels, put the mismatched tire on the back. Not the best idea for handling's sake but it will get you around temporarily.

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Checked my mileage for the first time today. It was a short run but I couldn't wait! 200.4 miles, 5.815 gallons is 34.46mpg!!!

I was hoping to top 30mpg, so I'm beyond pleased with over 34mpg.

That was mostly 70mph with cruise on.

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