Im not really sure what I should say in this post aside from "Hi" so I guess I'll just ramble on about how lucky I just got with this car and why I am now able to join this forum.
Ive long known I needed a winter vehicle, living in saskatchewan and riding a Kawi Ninja just wasnt gonna work out, so... Two weeks ago I bought a.... Chevy Cobalt, and was immediately t-boned in an intersection by some kid who ran a red light outside my university.... we'll call it divine intervention. Long story short I ended up with a few thousand more than I paid for it, and a headache.
I found my new baby on a poster in the university, the owner was selling MY 2005 Chrysler 300C w/ 95,000 km, for 6000 dollars, all because he thought the engine was going to need to be torn apart, and it had a cracked windshield.
Sixteen Sparkplugs, two different cans of seafoam, an air filter, and an oil change later, it's running fine. I hope he feels stupid. I do however have a few questions which Id like to ask right off the hop.
One) I'm led to believe a catch can is a very good idea, and judging by how much of a difference the aerosol seafoam made, Im inclined to agree, can anyone recomend a good brand/website that would ship to Canada?
two) Why the **** is the headlight bulb for the passenger side low beam so hard to get at....
three) What are the three buttons labelled "I" through "III" by the sunroof controls for?
four) I know it needs a wheel alignment because this guy seems like the kind of guy who just didnt care about hi car and it pulls a little bit, but when i hit bumps with only the front drivers side tire i hear an almost metal on metal clank, I tried hitting them with the brakes on but it still happens so im led to believe its not a loose brake pad. Any other ideas? Indicative of a major problem?
Thank you in advance and thank you for having me