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  1. can anyone help me find a person to pull my motor and fix the head bolts/head gasket issue. Please. Soon!
  2. just wondering if this how the head gasket, stretched head bolts go. K seal worked last summer for a short time. Leak came back. radiator went again last month, crack in drivers side top. Second radiator for this car. Using about 8 oz of coolant now every 64 miles, 2 days of riding to work. Does this sound like anyone's similar issue? No misfires anymore, no white exhaust. No external leaks. Know any repair facilities near south central PA. I don't want to junk this car. only 97K miles.
  3. My misfire cylinder 6 and cylinder 7 was related to using coolant. Used K-seal to stop the bleeding. I hear $3500 motor rebuild is necessary to fix. I guess she goes to the junk yard with my Cadillac ETC that used a quart of oil a week. When will the learn to build engines?
  4. noisy rear view mirror. It appears the assembly is slight loose from the glass or something. I thought the noise was coming from the dash. With the wife in the passenger seat we finally figured it out it was the mirror shaking causing the noise. The manual says grasp and twist to remove. Really scared to do that, see other posts about taking to a professional. Anyone else with the same issue and a fix?
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About mark henicle

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About mark henicle
Nickname:
Red Sled
Location:
waynesboro, pa
Occupation:
technical service rep
Interests:
HD motorcycles, bowling, sonetts, covairs, tr4a, Jaguar XJ40
My XLR/V(s):
2005 xlr

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