My 2006 Sedona has been rattling consistently for a couple of months now. This video pretty much confirms what I've been reading about it. I bought this van because I didn't want to work on stuff anymore. Jokes on me.
After the snow had melted it was time to see what I was working with.
The wagon is solid, but has some surface rust. The previous owner had ran over something in a parking lot and damaged the passenger side fender. The engine leaks a lot of oil so the engine bay and underneath of the wagon are soaked. The radiator is shot. The brakes are bad. There's a lot wrong, but it's OK. Things are getting replaced anyways.
To me, the Turbo has never really performed that much better than my Moto X 2013 did. The battery life of obviously better, and the camera is too at times, but sometimes the software seems slower and it becomes unresponsive a lot more than I remember the Moto X doing.
I was looking to replace my 1979 Mercury Capri with something that I could haul the family in. This '85 LTD wagon came up on Craigslist and I was able to pick it up for a reasonable price but in less than reasonable weather. A 45 minute drive in a blizzard and really bad brakes made things fun.
My plans for it are a 351W and T5 manual transmission swap from the V6 and automatic that came with it. It'll get a 8.8 rear axle to replace the open 7.5 differential that's in it now. Hopefully I can save up some money to eventually go fuel injected too.
+Verizon Wireless do I have to cancel my contract? Your fraud department and your customer care department need a program where they work together to fix issues when people have been hacked. One hand doesn't know what the other is doing. 20 minutes on the phone today over a week of waiting for a call back and my issues are still not fixed. Sadly your company has lost a $900 phone due to your fraud department not being able to stop a shipment.