I looked at the main belt as best I could and it was nice and tight like usual. It's atleast not the belt in the front since that was trying to turn, but stopped after the engine gave out trying to turn over.
Hopefully it is the starter though. Or the o2 sensors. Just did a look up on the average life span, and if the ones in my jeep are still the originals, then they're at almost 3 times over.
Hmm sounds good, but some of those sensors can be really expensive, I had one that cost 300 in something.. cant remember, I just totally freaked out.
Starters are much cheaper, but in some vehicles can be really a pain in the .... to get to. In my grandam, it took a friend from work all day to do it.
ohoh Great, i posted before i read above. Can you change it yourself? Ive changed the on in my truck 3 times, and tightened it 3 times.. its so heavy for me to put in .. I have to hold it up under the bottom of the truck lol. And I always forget how to do it.
If you have your manual? you know the big book? look at it, you can save a couple hundred if you can do it yourself.
So glad for you woot!
RANT! I live in southern idaho, and the air is orange, and you cant see the sky. The guy that towed my truck this am said he talked to some fire fighters and this fire wont be out till it gets put out by snow in november!!! They said they were evacuating Featherville today. I feel for thos folks there, i hope they can protect the community.
I have a kazillion things planned for the cooler weather of sept and oct and nov, and it isnt breathing smoke and choking out side. Crap! So much i need to get done... so much..