Check and see if it peeled part of the seal away from the door (even just a little). My car was leaking at the rear door on the back side of the seal and I just put a little RTV behind there to patch up the gap.
There’s also a number of Agency employees in there who were given notice. A guy I know was brought back the following day as a contract employee to do the same job under a different purchase order.
Do Wizard Quest!
I had all four removed in one go. Used that ‘twilight sleep’ anesthetic and started to come to in the middle of it when the dental surgeon had both hands and a pair of pliers in my mouth...
I’m in the exact same boat. At least my ‘11 SES doesn’t have all the transmission problems of the later models...
That’s pretty wild! My cousin was working on a street repair job in Michigan a few years back that had numerous over-runs because they kept running into WW2-era Orangeburg pipe (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orangeburg_pipe) that’s basically paper mache made with tar.
Same, but I’ve only made it to 82,000 so far!
The 4th row bench is a single unit with all three seats. After you take it out, there is an aisle all the way up to the front passenger seat. I think the cabin payload is more than most pickup trucks.
I have the 10-passenger transit (2016). The rear seat has two pull-tabs in the back and locks into some hard points in the floor. It weighs well over 100 lbs, so it’s a two-person job unless you’re a hoss. I have taken it out solo by tipping one end down and swinging the other around, but I would not recommend it.
Look for the Society of Creative Anachronism. They don’t screw around when it comes to wacking each other with giant pieces of metal.
Is that the one that was joint developed with Ford a few years ago? Wonder if they’re going to show up with the same issues...
You know the pain. You’ve seen the tears!
It depends on their assumption for the average salary of the 2500 employees. At 1.2% (non-resident) tax over 35 years, you would have to assume the average wage is $99,000 (if my math is correct).
Time for everyone to light up a Pall Mall and pour out a cup of coffee on the curb.
Your mission has found you, sir.
I threw up in my mouth a little.
It would be interesting to see at what point in the manufacturing cycle these automakers are sending vehicles for testing. I can see something like the labeling happening during the early production launch, but it would show up on more than just safety parts...
I’m in the market for a new pair of boots, and I should probably get something more adult than my go-to hiking or steel toes. Any thoughts on something that looks semi-professional, but won’t make me feel like I’m wearing a medieval foot torture device?