Community Lounge, Introductions and General Discussion Discussion, I have am a new member and have a '91 STS in General Discussion; Hi. I've been registered here for a small amount of time, but never really posted anything. I must say that ...
Hi. I've been registered here for a small amount of time, but never really posted anything. I must say that I have learned a lot about cars in general from reading a lot of everyone's posts. This has saved me a lot of money as I've been servicing my car by myself instead of taking it to the go old dealership or a high priced mechanic. You guys have saved me thousands of dollars. Thanks.
BTW, I currently own a 1991 Seville STS. I used to have a '96 Concours with the Northstar engine, but I couldn't get rid of it fast enough. The engine was roo expensive.
My '91 STS is polo green and has almost 170k miles on it. I bought it a week ago and did a lot of work to it such as spark plug wires replacement, air filter replacement, air cleaner mounting gasket replacement, coolant flush, brake fluid flush, brake hoses replacement, serpentine belt replacement, oxygen sensors replacement, pcv valve replacement, changed engine oil & filter, engine oil pan gasket replacement, tranny oil flush, tranny gasket & filter replacement, tranny auxiliary hoses replacement, and engine oil auxiliary hoses replacement. Next up I'll be putting new brake pads on it, a new stereo, some new speakers, and some chrome wheels.
However, I'm having a hard time and need help on removing the old spark plugs, removing the fuel filter, removing the EGR valve and gasket, cleaning out the throttle body bores, and some other stuff that I'm sure may be easy to a number of people on here.
welcome bro! there a few of us 91 seville 4.9ers around here! only a select and distinguished few of sts owners though. (yeh, i'm envious of you and the others!) your car looks great. :coolgleam welcome!