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Re: The saga continues... (long)
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- Subject: Re: The saga continues... (long)
- From: "Matthew Brenengen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 10:34:14 PDT
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I know where you are coming from. After I bought my QSW, the front
power window broke. I spent hours and days fixing it. Then, the back
passenger door would not open. The latch was broken. Hear is a puzzler
for you all: how do you fix/replace the latch if you can't get the door
open. I finally was able too, but I would say it was about 90% luck
that I was able to do it.
In addition to the window and the door, I got it home to find no brake
lights - fixed them with a new switch. The back power window would not
go up (mystery short?). The Denon tape deck would not play tapes, it
would just flip from one side to the other (opened it up and actually
found that the drive belt came off - put it back and it works fine).
I think that with every car that has been owned by one person for a long
time, a new owner will find lots of problems. These things developed
over the years, and the owner just got used to them. I assure you that
once some of the initial issues are repaired, you should have relatively
smooth sailing for a while. The fundamental mechanics are good. You
are not likely to suffer a complete failure in the drivetrail. When
these little things do crop up, you have us to turn to for help.
Enjoy your QSW!
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