we’re taking a look at a pretty unique vehicle. We see, occasionally, some of these little British sports cars, and today we get the pleasure of servicing a 1967 Triumph MG.
If you have an Acura vehicle and you’re looking to save a few dollars on repairs versus the luxury nameplate costs that comes with that dealership services, please give us a call here at Saul’s Automotive. We would be happy to take a look at it and show you how cross-branding can save you money on your car. We can be reached seven days a week at 303-919-7769.
This 2002 Buick Rendezvous that came in for service today has been experiencing a fuel leak from the gas tank itself. We actually have the fuel tank here on the ground, because we removed it for our own inspection. GM has refused to perform a recall on this 2002 Buick Rendezvous faulty fuel tank.
Today we’re going to be taking a look at a 2001 Jeep Wrangler that recently came into us with the complaint that the vehicle would only move in four-wheel drive.
When Ford produced the Ranger they anticipated they would sell 50- to 100,000 a year. They sold over 300,000 a year for the past 25 years. As a result we see many, many, many Ford Rangers getting regular maintenance service to keep them on the road as long as possible.
While to us this may seem like just a trim or just a cosmetic piece, this little piece of plastic might be the rarest component on this car. Those little pieces are very, very rare on older cars because they weren’t manufactured a lot and they got damaged often, so owners down the road would often be at junkyards, looking to take those parts to replace them on their own.
One that we’re gonna show you on this 1978 Ford Thunderbird is this original plastic underbody grill.
Today, we’re up underneath a 1965 Mercury Monterey Marauder. There were very few Marauders put out on the road and there are some really unique differences with them.
One of the differences that we’re going to be looking at today is in the hub assemblies. The factory hubcaps were a steel cap with a hundred-spoke design. They offered them in 60- and 80-spoke, just depending on what people wanted.
In the case of this 2005 Mazda V-6, front-wheel drive vehicle, the factory clutch made it to 84,000 miles. Not too appealing for most owners. The reason we’re going to be showing you a little bit about this is we want you to understand the time involved with this repair.
In the early 1990’s Dodge partnered with Cummins to produce one of the most reliable trucks ever built.