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    Re: Should I start looking to trade? 96 Eldorado with Gremlins

    Quote Originally Posted by drewsuf82 View Post
    so as an update, it's the actual fuel line that's leaking, the rails were replaced in october of 2004 with the recall.

    The battery did have a bad cell and was partially covered under warranty (still cost me ~$60 to replace)

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    Updates to other issues:

    RFA module is bad, we diagnosed it following what the computer says and it says to replace it after the steps.

    Car still states that high end AC has an open circut error, however when we checked it out everything seemed legit.

    Car now says NO TCS / RFA data (I keep forgetting to write these codes down)

    After disconnecting the battery and the Wiper Control module for a bit today apparently my wipers are working just fine again

    We attempted to replicate the blower motor turning itself on and of course it didn't (it's in the shop why would it do what it's been doing LOL) however it seems like it was a common issue for this car (common enough that he knew it was approx a $500 fix)

    Oil light still blinking (even after another new battery) -- I give up LOL

    Thankfully though it got me to work, and Interstate your battery warranty is horribad....apparently even though it's a new battery i only have 2 months remaining on the warranty
    Sounds like you put one of Interstates cheaper batteries in it in the foirst lace. I just replaced an Interstate battery that failed after two years of use and it was free.

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    Re: Should I start looking to trade? 96 Eldorado with Gremlins

    Quote Originally Posted by orconn View Post
    Sounds like you put one of Interstates cheaper batteries in it in the foirst lace. I just replaced an Interstate battery that failed after two years of use and it was free.
    They've apparently changed the warranty on them. Year one is a full replacement for this battery, after that it pro-rates. The new battery has a 4 year warranty however it was replaced under the old warranty so in about a month I'll be SOL LOL

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