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Well they are the same generation of truck but the vendor must have a reason to exclude the 2001 from the design you want. You'll have to call them up. No one would know better than they. TEL: 951 270-53881 ·
Oh, an opinion? I have plenty of those
I don't think any German car ever looks good in Italian colors. That orange BMW reminds me of when people put little hats on their cat and post in on Facebook. It's just not right.
See, sometimes I even surprise myself. I had tried to post it directly from my iPhone 6, but it came out too big. So I decided to download the file right to my computer and then try to post the picture. I must be becoming a bit more tech savvy than I thought!2 ·
Best thing to do is have a tech hook up his test equipment and then drive the car, and capture the data being sent by the various sensors and modules at the exact time of the malfunction. This could be a misfire, or a fuel delivery issue. However, if there's no problem at higher speeds, it's probably not fuel pressure. With a misfire, it should be worse as you climb a hill. But there are other possibilities too.1 ·
GENTLEMEN: Can any of you with past dealership experience help this guy out in our Answers Department? I think I know the answer but I'm not quite sure.
Basically he wants to know if his Mom enters into a contract on a car as primary co-signer, with him as secondary, and the dealer gives him the car, and then his mom refuses to sign the loan papers, what happens? (Apparently she thought he'd be the primary but the dealer put her as primary so that....well, I'm not sure why they did that).
My impression is that the whole deal falls through and that the dealer might try to sign him up solo at a much higher interest rate. If I'm right, is he obligated in any way? He has possession of the car.1 ·