Have you tracked down where it is losing compression? A leakdown test would pinpoint it.Hi, it runs rough, no power and no compression on #5 cylinder.
I would say so. Head bolts break and it's always the rear ones with the least accessibility. Exhaust manifold bolts are also notorious. Special tools are required for the timing chain. Probably for the cost of the head recondition alone, you could find a good complete used engine.Is replacing the motor a better option?
Found this, and all things considered this might be a better place to put your hard earned money. Only 60 k and located in Rustchester NY....probably not too rusty with that mileage.
2006 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 with only 60,000 miles on it. Old gentleman can't drive any more. Was stored inside during winter time. Non-smoker, brand new cloth interior, power windows. No check...buffalo.craigslist.org
LOL... if anything, they look in the dealer record on the computer to see if the customer bought it there... and they *might* get their vehicle worked on a little earlier than someone who didn't -- but that's about it. Warranty customer, warranty non-customer, paying customer, paying non-customer. And parts availability could affect any part of that pecking order.Further proof that an old Gentleman was the previous owner....who else doesn't remove the Dealer badge as soon as they get home?.....answer, my dad, because he thought he would get better service if left on the back....
I think the "reese hitch" is just the seller not knowing that its a factory hitch.
Like saying a 3/4 ton truck has a tow package.. Really?