I purchased a 1999 Aurora with 75,000 on the odometer. Really clean, service records and clean car fax. Purchased a set of GM service manuals and started looking things over.
Never thought I'd find one in this condition. Then disaster struck. The drivers seat (memory module is melted) stopped working. Now I know that this is not the place to post "help" issues, but......This seems to be a sad state of affairs so early in our relationship. Car and under seat photos. Very shocked that the module actually melted.
Thanks for the valuable info on the site, I look forward to exploring the forums and hopefully getting this issue behind me. For now, color me bummed new guy.
Last Edit: Oct 19, 2019 10:48:42 GMT -6 by Deleted
My advice to owners of [ any ] older car ... Beef up the Grounds ! Remove screw, shine terminal and metal around screw hole , replace rusty stock screw with a stainless one , paint over new screw to seal out water . Do this on every ground terminal you find . Bad grounds cause excessive current draw .
Post by lanceslambos on Jan 24, 2020 18:12:06 GMT -6
Welcome. You should be more concerned with the head gaskets
'98 Aurora w/ Accurate Engines port & polished VIN Y 4.6 bored.30 over, NSP stage 3 PCM, K&N intake, performance exhaust, Razzi skirts, Lund wing, strut bar, custom paint, went on a diet and lost 160 lb.