Date: Fri, 04 Mar 2005 20:31:01 -0500
From: Lou <justmenospammputer...edu>
Subject: Re: '94 NG900S DIED/Won't start


On Fri, 04 Mar 2005 19:44:13 -0500, ma_twain <ma_twainnospamo.com> wrote: > >Is there a common reason for the 94 NG900 being so popular as a car for >your children? I got one because it was inexpensive, I got the more >expensive Classic 900 turbo with the SPG package for myself :-) My daughter purchased the car because it was a decent car that she could afford (18 years old). I took her to a used car lot where a friend of mine works. I had worked at a full line dealership where he was in sales. They were asking 6995 USD for it. We brought it home and I went over it pretty closely. There were a number of minor things wrong with it. Before took it back, we talked it over and she told him she could only afford 3300 USD. The usual head scratching and "let me see what I can do" routine and the offer was accepted. I had done some research of the cars and thought it was worth the money and was a fairly safe car for her. I could not afford to buy it.........then again, my wife and I looked at a '95 Jag Vanden Plas last week....... ( : 0 > >My NG900 bucks all of the time and has cut out completely while driving. > The problem was the ignition switch, wiggle it and it turns off all >electrical circuits in the car, including lights even if you are doing >55 mph at night. This is an automatic, so I had to slide it into >neutral and quickly pull of the road without lights . . . Not fun or >even remotely safe. Now, I need to watch out for the 'Check Gearbox' >light. . . > >This NG900 makes me appreciate my Classic even more. > >Mike wrote: > >> I have no idea, but my sympathies are with you <g>. >> I also have a daughter with a 94 NG900S. Her latest problem is the car runs >> beautifully 99.9% of the time. But ... once in a while, it bucks like mad >> and stalls in traffic. >> She pulls it over, starts it back up and it runs perfectly for many days, or >> weeks. >> She is hesitant to drive it. Unfortunately, no 'Check Engine' comes on for >> this new event, but she has had a bunch of them in the last 4 years. She >> also had the dreaded 'Check Gearbox' light that cost $400 to replace a part. >> >> I hope you find your problem. It should be easy to find - if it won't even >> start. >> It's the intermittent problems that are tough. >> >> Good luck, >> >> Mike >> >> >> "Lou" <justmenospammputer.edu> wrote in message >> news:is0h215i8cu5sg8n5hpcanevma1c84jq63nospamcom... >> >>>125K miles >>>2.3L >>>Battery replaced yesterday and driven for about 50 miles with no >>>problem. Daughter stopped on parking lot, turned around by backing up. >>>Put transmission in drive and started to drive away. Engine died and >>>will not start, cranks fine. The instrument panel " ! " symbol >>>inside a diamond shape is on. No abnormal symptoms prior to failure. >>>It was just dropped in front of my garage by the tow truck. My >>>thoughts run toward a fuel pump or pressure related issue. Any >>>thoughts? >>> >>>Thanks in advance. >>>_________________________________________ >>>Usenet Zone Free Binaries Usenet Server >>>More than 120,000 groups >>>Unlimited download >>>http://www.usenetzone.com to open account >>> >> >> > _________________________________________ Usenet Zone Free Binaries Usenet Server More than 120,000 groups Unlimited download http://www.usenetzone.com to open account

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