Well Just returned to work from my accident last July.. Waiting for a break in the weather to go finish the cruze and get back to driving her. .
"Holy Sh*t! There's no way that going to fit!" But, somehow I always manage to make it work.
I've actually never used a fluid filled guage. If something happens to it, I'll replace it with a sender and wire it to my Aeroforce scan guage.oils low on your gauge ..... and I would have tried to go with electronic sensor type.. Vibration and gauges especially liquid filed tends to end badly in my experience.
Sorry I had to...
View attachment 301345
You just now figured that out. We saw it a mile away!@MP81, @Cruzing12 , and @Valpo Cruze
I will loose trunk space but the Cruze is no longer my primary vehicle anyway.
UPDATE:You just now figured that out. We saw it a mile away!
It was, until I pulled the starter to replace it in August.Is your Camaro drivable?
Was it the windings or the Bendix?It was, until I pulled the starter to replace it in August.
That was the main reason I hadn't driven it all...well...a new reason for me not to - after it tried to strand me at the gas station two miles back in the previous November; would spin but not engage. Had experienced that at home when I went to start the car to let it run in the spring or some time around then. Pulled the starter (have a new one) thinking I'd be motivated to replace it shortly thereafter (it was Dream Cruise week)...which clearly did not turn out to be true.
Starter issues aside, the car gives me a multitude of reasons not to drive it, so I usually just end up taking the Cobalt instead. If I take the Camaro, I usually end up muttering to myself while driving it, wondering why I am.