The timing belt slipped at 100,000 miles.
A fuse short circuit to the fuel pump because of a exposed wire that led to the rear defroster switch in the dash board at 101,000 miles.
Failure of the electronic controls on the carburetor which is also known as the throttle body at 102,000 miles.
Driver side brake caliper locked up at 103,000 miles.
The thermostat failed at 103,000 miles.
The distributor went bad at 104,000 miles.
The head cracked in the spark plug hole at 120,000 miles.
The catalytic converter failed at 130,000 miles.
The power steering pump started leaking at 150,000 miles.
The muffler rusted out at 155,000 miles.
This car must be highly maintained in order to function properly.
This car runs great when kept up.
Great on fuel use and low on burning oil.
This car does get up and go for a four cylinder.
After 100,000 miles expect problems.
Learn how to work on it yourself or you will be taken to the bank or have more problems getting it back then when you started.
This car always had a problem passing California's smog tests even after a tune-up.