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Suddenly, salesmen's ears all over America spring to the wolf-like erect position.Let the games begin! I just paid off the note on my Fusion.
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Best be careful. Some cars' fuel pumps do not like to run out of gas.
"For Sale. Mercedes 300TD wagon. Converted to run on wood. These cars can easily go 900,000 miles. Needs bodywork, upholstery, tires, brakes, exhaust, tune up, AC recharged. Radio doesn't work. Windshield cracked but not in driver's view. Some chrome pieces missing. Minor rust in floors and trunk but I have a new floor from another car ready to install. Transmission slips but only when cold. No smog test needed! Won't last long at this price. $12,500 or best offer."
No, I'd use something like Simple Green first and brush it on with a stiff "parts brush" (Autozone) and lay a plastic tarp under it to catch everything; or I suppose you could go to a self car-wash if they let you do that kind of thing. As long as the rack isn't physically loose I think you could test drive it to see if the stiff steering was merely from a lack of fluid or if, in fact, the steering rack has been wiped out from lack of lubrication.
You definitely want to look at this video: