Takuro Spirit
takurospirit
9/12/19
2:35 PM
86

I mean, people do this shit in their cars WITHOUT any driver assist, they sure as hell are going to do it when they don’t have to touch anything to make the car go.

9/12/19
1:08 PM
1

The oil pressure and temp sensor was moved under the intake manifold for whatever reason on the 3.6L, I’d be willing to bet most of that $800 was the labor cost associated with removing the intake manifold. Its between a 1 and 2hr job to remove and replace the manifold.

9/12/19
1:07 PM
18

While you can never prevent everything, it’s Chrysler’s job to properly vet their suppliers and their processes.  Considering what I’ve heard from some former automotive engineers, Chrysler’s supplier and part approval processes are (or at least were) light years behind other manufacturers.

9/12/19
12:30 PM
8

Bad news for them in general but its kinda cool to see they have turned only 6 warranties into a stop sale. That’s a blip on the sales sheet and a rare glimpse into them actually researching failure methods.

9/12/19
12:15 PM
10

I think it’s less of a design issue and more of some guy screwing up at the factory.

9/12/19
11:11 AM
5

That Focus took the hit like a champ.

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9/10/19
12:28 PM
39

As a young computer nerd, I figured out if I removed the sticker over the tab on the 5 1/4" floppy we were given to play “Oregon Trail,” the disk would be writable.

9/9/19
4:07 PM
3

Reminds me......My great aunt/uncle have a pair of Superbirds that they daily drive. Hers is Panther Pink, his is Medium Blue. No they’re not numbers matching, no they’re not perfect, but they are wonderful in every way!

9/9/19
4:00 PM
1

Prowler!

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9/9/19
3:35 PM
2

I remember seeing Superbirds just parked on the street, somebodies daily driver, an amazing looking vehicle with a very tall wing and a very long exposed nose.  What a beast.