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Hello. I signed up when I inherited my Dad's 2004 LeSabre. It was his pride and joy for several years. After he died, my Sis inherited it, and and 2 years ago she brought a new Toyota and passed it down to me (long family tradition of my getting the hand-me-downs from big Sis). She had the transmission diagnosed and was told it was not going to last too long (can't remember the issue). So far, so good. I am fascinated by the workings of vehicles, and it is kind of fun to properly diagnose or resolve an issue. I am not destitute and can afford mechanics, but... I want to have an idea of what is really needed in a particular instance, just because. I do refer to Youtube for things such as changing headlights. Anyway, it is inspiring to see messages and info-sharing from all you brainiacs out there. Thanks. I hope to pursue diagnosis of failing AC next. Today, was guided through others' chats to solution for fuel gauge issue, including the part number needed. I might need to check youtube as to replacing it! This is the newest/most technically advanced vehicle I have owned.
Hi Car Crazy
I think you wanted to post your intro in the "Introduce Yourself" thread rather than in my "4th Riviera" thread. That way, more forum members will be able to see it. Unfortunately, I don't know how to transfer your post other than recreating it in the "Introduce Yourself" thread. Maybe the admin can help.