Hi Scotty, I really do enjoy your enthusiastic videos and your dyi approach. Like you, I am cheap…
Hi Scotty, I really do enjoy your enthusiastic videos and your dyi approach. Like you, I am cheap and try my best to fix it myself or at least have a good idea of whats going on so I don't get fleeced at a garage. My problem is with my chrysler 300. It has a little over 100,000 miles on it and so far has been an "ok" car but my wife loves it. I hate it cause its a Daimler Chrysler and has complicated suspension parts that wear out.
My real dilemma is this annoying rumble at idle that sounds horrible from inside the car and yet I cannot isolate it from hood. A mechanic told me it was my catalytic converters are gone.....so I had both replaced along with some o2 sensors......guess what...rumble never left.
Upon any application of power.....no rumble and car shifts fine and accelerates well. It still has original spark plugs, water pump, timing belt and all pulleys...I am stumped and afraid to hand over to someone so they can just guess away....I don't trust my local chrysler dealer either.
I used to be a journey man aircraft mechanic and understand mechanical well, but this car has me beaten.
any ideas??? Cheers. Brian