Friday, October 13, 2006
Some attention for the Nissan
Newton Auto Salvage isn't a pull it yourself yard. While I asked for a complete axle assembly, I didn't expect just how complete it would be. I was a bit surprised when one of the workers came over with a forklift holding up an entire Pathfinder rear suspension except the coil springs. I'm not exaggerating - they brought out not only the axle, but all four control arms, the Panhard rod, and the shocks. I may try to recoupe some of this by selling the unneeded parts on eBay.
Labels: Nissan Pathfinder
At the moment, the '97 Cavalier is still running, but its days are numbered, I fear.
One would think by replacing most of the components already, it would run better than it did new, but suffice to say logic and reason has no bearing on reality in the used car realm.
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