That sucks- kinda reminds me of my 89 SSE'* death
Engine had a knock, the coil pack went, and it was only firing on a few cylinders, the tranny was about to go, it needed 4 new tires, new ball joints, a tie rod and a new rad. So I don't regret the decision to let her go, as I parted it out myself, and all that was left was a steele carcus. I do miss that car...good memories.
When I got my 91- it had all the options that I did not have on the 89 but needed a lot of work. perfect frame though. and then the work began.....
1991 Bonneville SSE. Member # 1215
White on an Oak 98 SLE interior, Oak/Black/Chrome |Moonroof | 92 SSEI Airbox | LEDS Everywhere| Factory Keyless Entry | New Carpet and Headliner| Perfect Tails | Strut tower Bar | Moved Coolant Recovery and Washer Fluid tanks | Delco ICM | Air/Fuel Ratio Guage | Delco O2 | Fresh AC|
1990 White SSE RIP | 483, 840 KM | ALSO THE ORIGINAL ENGINE and TRANNY |
1989 White SSE RIP | 438, 501 KM | original engine and tranny | 11-88 - 02-02| The one that started it all......