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  1. Myers_8
    07-21-2010 08:45 PM
    Myers_8
    Hey there my friend, I am sorry I got us in a little trouble from BNaylor. He shook his finger at us pretty good and I didn't realize that I had connected my thread to someone else's. I thought I was at the Park Ave location when I posted mine and it looked to me as something glitched but oh well. As long as he doesn't boot me for a one time mistake.
    I just did a post regarding my Park Ave I would like you to take a look at if you would.
    Thanks Robert
  2. JennaInked
    07-20-2010 07:03 PM
    JennaInked
    I hate to bother you again but I had another question
    One thing I forgot to say which I thought I did bt I'm not sure if it matters...but the rear wheels not only are tilting/slanting but they arent in the same direction. The top part of the tires tilt inward and the bottoms tilt out so the insides of both tires are being warn...could that still be an alignment or something else?
  3. Myers_8
    07-20-2010 02:21 PM
    Myers_8
    No I didn't have to jump anything, I gave the system a little charge and the clutch engaged. However like I said in the thread, the freon as well as the clear oil in the compressor all leaked out. The car had sat for a long time I suspect. I have changed the compressor and now I amgoing out to hook my new gauge kit up and recharge the freon. It looks as if we got into a little trouble from BNaylor. I had wrote him a message explaining that somehow my thread and the other guy's thread got connected somehow and mine was moved by Bnaylor to the Buick forum, but I thought that is where I was at to begin with, at least that is what my page showed. Then when you replied he said no more of that in this other forum. I don't want to get into any trouble here. I really like this forum it is great.
    Thanks again man for the input and my knee hopefully will get better after this 4th surgery coming up in a few weeks.
    Take care, Robert
  4. Myers_8
    07-18-2010 04:54 PM
    Myers_8
    Thanks man for all your help with getting this figured out with our Park Ave. Eventhough I am an Engineer I humbled by getting my butt kicked with some of the electronics on these cars. I have been down and disabled after having a complete knee done in November and I have had 2 other surgeries since and facing another in a couple of weeks. It looks as if all the freon has leaked out of the front of the compressor. It is very wet under it and sprayed freon up and around the engine. So it looks as if I will be getting a compressor tomorrow and switching it out.
    Thanks again for all your help and have a great day.
    Robert
  5. charliemwood
    12-08-2009 03:22 PM
    charliemwood
    u seem to be the most knowledgble person on here when it comes to grand am motor issues i have a 2000 grand am with the 3.4 i just replaced the head gaskets and had the heads redone at a machine shop have no vacum leaks that i can find. the issue is the car will only idle when i pull out the pcv valve or i take off the oil cap i have no clue what the issue is at this point
  6. xeroinfinity
    08-31-2009 05:34 PM
    xeroinfinity
    You mean upload as in attachments ?
    The site has been screwy lately, not sending email notifications and such. Today I got a boat load of notifications from the past month.

    I also noticed all attachments Ive posted recently are gone so someone may be working on things, we'll see.

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