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Old 01-12-2018, 02:20 PM   #5321
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Nice, I see some of the MI folks took advantage of our 50F weather yesterday.
Yes, that was the plan, but the thermostat from RockAuto was delayed by a day, so it wasn't completed until this morning. But the new o-ring fit and there are no leaks, so all is well.

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Old 01-15-2018, 08:40 AM   #5322
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On the 2001 SL1; I had some undercarriage rust looked after by a body shop guy who does work out of his home.

There were 5 areas of concern - the 2 front jack point locations had rusted through, the right rocker panel and pinch weld, the left trailing arm mount and an area of the rear floor pan. It was getting harder to jack the car up with the jack points or the right side pinch weld. The photos show some or the concerned areas and the repair work in progress.

He had the car for a week and only charged me $325 CAD ($261 USD). I'm pretty happy with that price and this should keep the SL1 going for a while longer. It currently has 413K km on it and is running like a top.

On the 1999 SL2 a few weeks earlier; I had the rear bumper repainted after I was rear ended by a young girl. It was a light tap and only scuffed the paint. I used the same guy as above and she paid for it. That also fixed a bad repair job that was done by the previous owner.
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Old 01-17-2018, 10:48 AM   #5323
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Repainted the front bumper cover (stone chipped), 3D printed new front license plate brackets and re-mounted my aftermarket LED "fog lights".

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Old 01-17-2018, 03:35 PM   #5324
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Replaced wiper motor in the driveway at 20deg.

It works, sounds like crap, but it works.

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Old 01-18-2018, 03:16 PM   #5325
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Thought I had a popped tire yesterday and was going to have to pay for a whole new (or used) tire. Took it to the local tire shop earlier this afternoon and turned out to just be a cracked air valve. Ended up costing me 10 bucks to fix, not to bad if a deal for what I was expecting.

Before I could get a fixed tire though it was trust donut tire to the rescue! This thing is still great after 21 years
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Old 01-19-2018, 09:08 AM   #5326
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Yesterday went to the top rated Midas in town to have my cat replaced, since I had to wait as long as I did they gave me a 30$ discount. A very pleasant and comfortable experience, tho I'll have to bring it back monday since there's a small leak in one of the welds.

The tech also welded and replaced the clamp on the Catback adjustable pipe, I thought they were referring to the flex pipe when it was mentioned. Though I preferred the 1-1/2" bandclamp over the heavy-duty U-Bolt clamp they replaced it with.
Ok so to follow up, the leaks we're coming from the flex pipe band clamp and the rear adjustable pipe, witch was not actually welded. It just looked like it initially since it was ground on. The front band clamp had blown all of the sealer out, so I tried Ultra copper as a sealent for both joints. Both band clamps and seals have held up nicely so far ^^

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Old 01-19-2018, 09:53 AM   #5327
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Thought I had a popped tire yesterday and was going to have to pay for a whole new (or used) tire. Took it to the local tire shop earlier this afternoon and turned out to just be a cracked air valve. Ended up costing me 10 bucks to fix, not to bad if a deal for what I was expecting.

Before I could get a fixed tire though it was trust donut tire to the rescue! This thing is still great after 21 years
As a rule, you should always put the space saver spare on the rear.
Unfortunately front tires also go flat.

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Old 01-19-2018, 08:33 PM   #5328
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On the 2001, the coolant was drained and the thermostat removed. It was then filled with distilled water and driven around for a while, then drained again. A new Stant thermostat was installed and then refilled with regular Prestone. The ects was changed a few months ago. The temp gauge had been at 1/4 but is now at 7/16. The heater was okay before, but now it's really hot.

Also, oil & filter changed (regular Pennzoil 5W30 and long filter) and the air filter changed.

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Old 01-20-2018, 01:12 AM   #5329
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As a rule, you should always put the space saver spare on the rear.
Unfortunately front tires also go flat.
I've heard of that, unfortunately I was kind of in a pinch and didn't have time to do it properly. I only drove on it for about 10 miles though and everything seems fine after the fact

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Old 01-21-2018, 01:58 PM   #5330
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Changed Calipers, Rotors, and Pads today.
Replaced ABS pump, need to replace front right wheel hub assembly now as the abs sensor screw broke off in it. Used a junk yard replacement to fix my old one.

Next up: find this front left clunking noise from braking going forward then back. I suspect balljoint as the right side went bad about 4000 miles back.
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Old 01-21-2018, 03:23 PM   #5331
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Changed Calipers, Rotors, and Pads today.
Replaced ABS pump, need to replace front right wheel hub assembly now as the abs sensor screw broke off in it. Used a junk yard replacement to fix my old one.

Next up: find this front left clunking noise from braking going forward then back. I suspect balljoint as the right side went bad about 4000 miles back.
Check the gap between the end of the front lower bar and the threaded insert after braking and after backing up --do not use brakes when backing up though --hand brake to stop instead. The ends tend to pull out of the bar.

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Old 01-21-2018, 05:07 PM   #5332
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Didn't get the clunk, may have to do with braking in reverse and turning right. Here's some photos of it from sitting in park over night, reverse, forward, reverse.
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Old 01-21-2018, 08:45 PM   #5333
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Found the problem Apparently one of the caliper bolts was loose only slide rail

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Old 01-31-2018, 12:12 AM   #5334
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For the past month or so I've thought I had a failing belt tensioner since the belt would make a really loud squealing noise at lower rmps. Brought it into the shop as I don't really have a good way of replacing a part like that on my own. Turned out to not be a bad tensioner but an oil leak spraying oil all over the belt. Apparently the leak was coming from the valve cover gasket and I was about 1qt low on oil because of it.

So in the end, new valve cover gasket, new belt as the oil stretched the old one out, and back up and running better than before

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Old 02-03-2018, 01:40 PM   #5335
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I replaced the spark plugs and wires on my '02 SC1, and a bit later I'm going to investigate a leaky sunroof issue.

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Old 02-07-2018, 11:29 AM   #5336
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Had to replace the starter last week. Ended up buying a unit from Amazon (ECCPP) for $37 and it worked flawlessly. Hope I don't have to go through the pain of putting that top bolt back in though!

Also changed the oil and transmission fluid/filter while I had it jacked up. I've owned it for 6 months now and once the weather got cold the trans did some weird things. I had the reverse slam issue, a pretty bad 2-3 slip, and some other weird downshifting issues. It only does the reverse slam on occasion now but it's not near as bad, and the other issues have all gone away. The fluid wasn't burnt but had a weird smell to it. Also, had the magnet still on what looked like a stock filter. Could have been changed out with a stock filter but who knows. I took the magnet off and replaced it with a cheap Purolator filter.

I have a high idle at times that I need to figure out still and need change the thermostat. Other than that it's running well.

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Wow I am so far behind.

Replaced the transmission valve body , new Fluid.

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Installed Fog Lights

Installed New touch screen double din radio with back up camera

Replaced all bulbs with LED , except brake and headlights.

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That should be about it. ( 4 months )

oh and new Top motor mount , this week


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For the past month or so I've thought I had a failing belt tensioner since the belt would make a really loud squealing noise at lower rmps. Brought it into the shop as I don't really have a good way of replacing a part like that on my own. Turned out to not be a bad tensioner but an oil leak spraying oil all over the belt. Apparently the leak was coming from the valve cover gasket and I was about 1qt low on oil because of it.

So in the end, new valve cover gasket, new belt as the oil stretched the old one out, and back up and running better than before
Back when I had this done, my mechanic recommended that I come back in two weeks or so to check on the leak and make sure it's actually gone. When he was originally testing for the leak he put this stuff in the oil that's yellow under a black light, kinda cool actually. Well when he ran his black light over the everything this morning the gasket was fine, no oil coming from that, but there is however still a leak. There's a small crack on the top of the valve cover that oil is still coming out of. He brought he into his garage to show me what he was talking about. It's very small but a crack is a crack, so oil does come out. Not too sure what I'm going to do about fixing this..

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There's a small crack on the top of the valve cover that oil is still coming out of. He brought he into his garage to show me what he was talking about. It's very small but a crack is a crack, so oil does come out. Not too sure what I'm going to do about fixing this..
Hit the junkyard, find an aluminum cover to replace the plastic one, and never worry about it again?
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Purchased a precut window tint kit on eBay last week and did the install yesterday. I figured for $25, what the heck. Surprisingly, it came out pretty good.

I was pretty sure I could do the flatter windows. The doors and quarter glass. I was sure I'd screw up the rear. After watching a few YouTube how-to's, I picked up a new heat gun and a drier sheet and proceeded to shrink the tint to the shape of the rear glass. It actually worked. My self done tint job looks as good at the "pro" job on my Camaro.

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