Re: [DML] Re: test drive-is this 'normal' for deloreans?!?!
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Re: [DML] Re: test drive-is this 'normal' for deloreans?!?!

Not to mention that with all the angle drive issues our cars have, odometer mileage is extremely unreliable. It sounds like although you are seeing low miles, the rest of the car is giving off a differant story.


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Teitelbaum 
  To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Friday, October 20, 2006 10:37 AM
  Subject: [DML] Re: test drive-is this 'normal' for deloreans?!?!

  Not every Delorean you find will be in good operating condition no
  matter what the seller claims. That said, Deloreans do not have power
  steering. Maybe the air pressure in the tires was very low and that
  will make the steering hard. It is hard when you are not moving but
  when the car is moving it should be easy to steer. The rough idle
  means you will have to spend money on the motor to get it to run
  correctly, they will idle smooth when properly set up with fresh
  parts. If the clutch and brake are very hard to press that can
  indicate a problem with them and again more $$$ to fix. The poor
  performance will be fixed when you spend $$$ to fix the idle. The
  bottom line here is you should find someone locally who has a Delorean
  so they can help you. They will know what is "normal" and what is not.
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