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58Bonne's 1958 Bonneville

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TeachScience

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About TeachScience

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    Learning to Fly

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    T
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    2001
  • Car
    Bonneville
  • Trim
    SLE
  1. Too soon to tell. He was just being an aggressive driver. It's pretty common for guys in lifted trucks around here to act like they are hot snot.
  2. I'll live but I can't pick up my 1 year old. How do you tell a 1 year old that you want to hold him but can't?
  3. And the Bonnie is dead. Head on collision with a lifted truck who was attempting to pass a big rig illegally. Not only did he total my car and mess me up pretty bad, but it almost caused the semi to take our a school bus. Overall we were all pretty lucky considering the circumstances.
  4. I still haven't fixed this but I had them pull the codes. I'll post it and see if anyone can advise.
  5. Looks like it may be the fan or the resistor. Anyone know why the resistor is 100$
  6. Yuck, 90* and no air. Then I get stuck in construction traffic so no wind.
  7. I haven't put in more coolant yet because I realized that it would "blow" ice cold with the exterior button on and the sun roof cracked. Looks like it has to be a fan. There was a ticking from the passenger dash.
  8. Put down the glue stick and back away from the car.
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