True, about 180 lb.Dyoel182 said:Its good because it adds extra weight to your car
I've never seen a broken one in person. Have you?jole said:and has a tendency to break
Maybe if you replace with factory parts, but that applies equally to just about anything.jole said:and is too expensive to replace.
Jole was talking about replace, not fix.sik said:theyre not necessarily expensive to fix
$240 CDN (that'd be around $200 US) from the dealer.ray said:Mine is broke
My car is falling apart guys/girls!!!! Ahhhhh!!!! I need a new timer box.
Mine's only 246,000 and change and it's had a hiccup or two, but (with the help of a shop manual, a little manual dexterity and something beside spell checker between my ears) it's now working fine.crustoid said:Mine's got 400000kms on it, nothing broken yet
And, is there a problem what I spend/waste my money on?? Its living and learning.$240 CDN (that'd be around $200 US) from the dealer.
You spent (wasted?) a lot more than that on your PG which is now relegated to the corner of the garage.
The only time Ive seen one with a problem it was electrical related and needed a new control box. I dont care for the extra weight or the gimmick of seeing the rear wheels turn a little but I'm not a hater by any means.SleepCounter said:Virtually all the mafunctions I've seen have been electronic in nature. Replacing resistors and capacitors is not all that onerous.
Maybe if you replace with factory parts, but that applies equally to just about anything.