Got to love an old Dodge truck in a commercial for a Korean car.
I hear that! I'll take the old American iron over the imported crap all day long. BUT I need to get rid of the dodge FWD mini van because you can't work on them. I have no clue how to get the even# spark plugs! that and it needs a water pump and crap how do you get to that either?mttaff said:I don't know, my crewcab is 41 years old and had 2 motors. Second one being a cummins. I bet it has a better chance of making another 41 years than my wife's kia had of surviving the first 41 years. It's a nice van and been trouble free so I'm very happy with it but I also expect it to wind up in an electrical nightmare one of these days lol
AMEN!mopar65pa said:I hear that! I'll take the old American iron over the imported crap all day long. BUT I need to get rid of the dodge FWD mini van because you can't work on them. I have no clue how to get the even# spark plugs! that and it needs a water pump and crap how do you get to that either?
Thus the reason I love our old trucks! room to sit in there and work on stuff. LOL..............
just watched video of how to get the water pump out. PPPPFFFF the heck with that! someone else can do it. and I'll sell the thing...........Elwenil said:Can't work on the minivan? Sparkplugs? I take it that it's a V6 and the intake curves over the back valve cover? If that's the case, you have to pull the intake to get to the rear plugs. Same as the Avenger/Sebring V6 engines, if I remember right.
Yeah not going there. I'm too old for that stuff.neil4224 said:AMEN!
Drop the K frame son, that is the only way to work on these new compact things. Dad and I were working on a ford escort once and motor wouldn't come out through the top. Dropped the K-frame by using the come a long on the garage support beam and used it to pick up the entire front end of the car to "slide" the K frame out from under the car. (My Idea). Was the smartest thing we did all day.