Shut it down, we’ve reached peak Oppo
Starter, solenoid, or loose terminal. If the battery is accessible, try grabbing a hold of both terminals (one at a time) and turning them. If one or both turn, tighten them up and try starting it again.
Crazy idea, but try starting when the door is sliding. If it still slides smoothly, you know it’s the starter. Those doors draw a lot of power, but also have their own beefy relay.
With a FWD car on worn tires, that’s just annoying. In a RWD car on worn tires, you just apply a little bit of opposite lock to keep the car going straight and enjoy a rolling burnout until you finally get traction at 40 MPH. Apply or gently remove throttle depending on how long you want your tires to last. I got my… Read more
DOUBLE POST BECAUSE KINJA IS GREAT.
As I car shop for my friends I have come across many an interesting and desirable ride for cheap which I find myself really wanting. First it was a turbo Chrysler New Yorker, then it was a turbo Volvo 780, and now this. Damn you!
Except that it is completely legal to cross into/ use a bike lane to make a legal right turn or merge to another traffic lane or parking spot as long as the driver yields the right of way to any bicyclist in that lane. The amount of clearance doesn’t matter, no contact means that no one was wronged. Read more