Well here goes. My 01 SSEi has had problems from the get go; power window failings, fuel pump, trans, leaking in the trunk.
Don't have any steering problems yet, and hoping I don't.
Just recently, my cat converter is making very loud noises.
You know for the money I have spent on my car, I could have bought a new one. Love the car, but hate the cost of keeping it running.
Did you ever find out what the shaking was? I know this post is years old, but I have the exact same problem. Thanks.
I own a 1999 Bonneville SSEI supercharged. It has 252,000 miles on it and I love my car.
The air conditioner went out, it needs the part that makes the heat and air come through the vents. Heat and/or air only comes from the top window vent and side window vents.
Also, I have an oil leak coming from valve cover.
Basically that is the worst with my car. However I'm trying to get these things fixed without getting ripped off. Any suggestions? My husband is not mechanically inclined.
They make an extension for the O2 sensor, thereby pulling it back a bit out of the exhaust stream, fooling the computer. They also make an O2 sensor that plugs in between the sensor and the plug, and they're around $80 or more. Mine was like $20 and goes between the sensor and the pipe. These cars, when older, spew a bit under certain situations and trigger the light. I've heard of folks replacing cat converters, thinking they were no longer doing their job and still having the light. My best friend for 40 years (and a mechanic for 30) was surprised I found the fix. Hasn't come on since, and it's over 1 year now!