Talked to the guy from Butler, he said they do a lot of Mods like Saiger said, and they get the extend lower train warranty to 100k miles.They seem to mostly resolve these issues without explicitly describing the issues to either their potential customers or competitors.
If you haven’t been to the Butler factory, you owe it to yourself Lee. The mechanical/engineering side of you would truly appreciate the craftsmanshipThey seem to mostly resolve these issues without explicitly describing the issues to either their potential customers or competitors.
Man I feel for you brother!Ok so Chevy says van ready to go but I should tow it to Northridge.
Aprox $500 to tow it 62 miles.
they day it’s a couple bad fuel injectors but won’t know for sure until they tear it down.
I figure I bought the van through Empire they got it through a place in Oklahoma the place hydramaster uses.
Well I’m going to have towed tomorrow to Northridge. But I’am not having. It towed back to the AV.
There a Chevy dealership in Northridge.
I’ll bring it there and let them work on it.
Afterwards Empire will send somebody to pick it up and and reinstall the clutch drive and I can go pick it up.
This went from a evap code and possible bad pressure censor in the gas tank to, running horrible after battery was changed and new spark plugs.
To now the engine is fubar.
Really unbelievable. I hope they can get it going I have a $1000 payment this month and have used it three days.
When it works it’s great and besides the fuel pump 4-5 days down it’s been great.
But if this takes two weeks, I’ll sell it and never buy another direct drive ever.
It’s to hot here!
You need to find a real mechanic. Not someone who takes parts off and puts parts on.