|06-14-2015, 10:22 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2015
Location: Long Island
2006 ION-3 Sedan
Hello and thank you.
Hi, I found this site searching google for a random misfire, thanks to everyone here that posts all the good information and their knowledge.
I replaced my coil and icm and all is good.
I bought my dad's Ion3 that he was going to trade in to dealer when buying a new scion Xb. Payed him what the dealer was offering so I got a decent deal on an seven year old 06 with 47k on it. It now has 66k and is nine years old.
I've been reading lots of old posts and just ordered the f5 from crate engine depot. I never knew so many people were into modding the Saturn but i can understand it, they are fun to drive. I just had Saturn sl2? that had 120k? on it when i gave it away in Virginia to drive the ion back. Hoping the f5 suspension helps make the ion closer to handling like the sl2, tough to do since that was so low and didn't body roll but i like the better power of the ion now.
So thanks again to the people who take the time to post here. Mitch.
I don't speed much anymore but I don't slow down for turns much either to keep the fun factor.
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|06-17-2015, 09:20 PM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2000
2001 L-Series 3.0L Wagon
Re: Hello and thank you.
Hello and welcome, mitche! If you haven't found it already, you might check out the Ion Forum section for even more helpful info.
1993 SW2 MT 188,000 hard Boston city miles ("Rozzie")
Gone but not forgotten:
2001 LW300 ("Elle")
1999 SW2 MT
1966 Corvair Monza convertible
1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan
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