Wow, dumping the Bronco already?
im not able to post a ton yet but ive got mine partially restored and on the road.I'm sure the Probe forums are even more dead than ours, but this one is down to nearly zero activity. Even some of us die-hards don't actually have Cougars on the road at the moment, we just keep coming back here because we like it here. The top five contributors probably have two or three road-worthy Cougars between us.
Ahh, ok. I do remember you getting the Probe. I had a 93 GT when I was in college and it wasn't exactly the most reliable either. Bad piston rings in cylinder 1 forced an engine swap at 91,000 miles, and I chased check engine lights the entire time I had the car.No, I unfortunately found a bunch of rust on the silver car at some point, and jumped ship to a '93 Ford Probe project that had fallen into my lap. I've been daily driving that thing for over three years without any tow trucks so far, somehow. I miss the cougar, though.
That's crappy.Got the Cougar back from the local garage that took 3 months to replace the clutch last week and finally got to drive it.
They didn’t hook up the fan ground so it overheated while in traffic.
They screwed up something when bleeding or installing the TOB so it failed while in traffic.
It lasted 170 miles and I waited 6hrs for a tow truck.
Murder should be legal.