Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Evansville, Indiana
If you just got it, use what you have before you start "modding" it.
What I see would cause me to do these before anything else.
Clean the headlights.
Purple power is good under the hood.
Touch up on the front facia.
As stated coolant system maint.
As stated oil pan issue.
Drive the car a few months and get to know it, and what IT needs, not what you hear it could use.
The add-on stuff you might want, but don't have, is secondary.
Make it reliable and trustworthy before you spend all your money on adding things it DOESN'T have.
You will like the car much better if you spend the time and money on the OTIS, ATC, A/S,......blah, blah, blah, afterward, and can actually use it as opposed to, "HEY, I added the OTIS today, and the MPG reads a pretty green 0. Well the tranny is shot, so I guess that's normal, 'cause I can't drive it".
There is a member here who has a low mileage "sitting" car that's wants to do all kind of mods. to it, but can't, because it's nickel and diming him to death for what IT needs, not what he wants for it.
Wanting is good, but priorities always win, if want to keep it and be happy.
Last edited by trepman; 06-30-2008 at 09:13 PM.