Yesterday woke up to a dead battery . Tried to jump it and smoke started pouring out from engine bay over the passenger side. Ended up frying the starter solenoid. Took almost 3 hrs to get starter out, by that time it was dark getting. So first thing this morning went to auto parts store and had the battery tested. DEAD cell. Ended buying a new battery and starter. Got home and only took 45 minutes to install new starter and battery. Running no problem now . So i took and filled her up as snow is expected today and tomorrow.
Last time I posted I did a PML and De-plastifyed mine.
Got into a wreck with someone who didn't see the RED light.
Cut the front plastics as many others have done.
Found a set of Legos with questionable rubber.
Moved to a different state on said questionable rubber until things got frightening.
Lucked out at a Used Tire joint run by a man with Tattoos on his Temples(!) and got a set of 32s that are 75% new.
Here's a pic from the Iowa side of Ol Miss.. I'll grab a pic with the River in view next weekend, my bad..
Over the last few weeks got ready for winter. New tires, rebuilt calipers (slide pins), rotors and pads, oil, front/rear diff oil, repainted rims matte black, painted brake drums black, alignment, cracked manifold replaced, washed and swept out.
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