The 1989 Ford Tempo was anything but a reliable car. Very unreliable with many problems. Search these sites for info and reliability ratings. www.nada.com www.edmunds.com www.consumerreports.com www.msncars.comAnswerI disagree. I have a 1989 Ford Tempo, 2.3L, 114K miles, and have had it for over three years now. I have had very few problems with it. Very reliable -- if you take care of it. AnswerI have an 1988 ford tempo manual, and i have had only minor problems with it. It has 286K kilometer. I have replaced the altenator, starter and head gasget. however, my sister had an 1989 automatic, and she had basically the same problems. AnswerI very strongly believe that the 1989 ford tempo is the most reliable car out there. Ive had mine for 4 years and the only thing ive had to change was the oil. I put a body kit, rims, new aftermarket exaust and many other things to make my car superior to other cars. I think it is a very good car. AnswerI have a 1989 two door Ford Tempo I like it because it drives good when it doesn't stall out. This car to me is not even really driveable until I can get a person to work on it. AnswerNot a reliable car....2 starters,fuel pump and alternator within 1 1/2 yrs...now it is broke down again and it is a good chance it is the starter..again!!! AnswerAny car will have problems. I had an 88 with a 5 speed and it was onew of the most reliable and economical cars that I have owned.(I have owned about 15 cars in the last 20 years) I paid 650.00 for it and drove it for a year with only maintenace to pay for. (Brakes,oil changes) AnswerI had a 1985 Tempo (bought new). It had 156,000 miles and still got great mileage. I also have a 1993 with the V6 and it has 200,000 miles. The cars are only as good as the owner. If you maintain it well, it will last a long time.
I have a 1991 Tempo 2.3 that currently has about 173,000 miles on it. It is a fantastic car. As long as you maintain it, it will get you where you need to be. Other than replacing parts as they go, I have not encountered any major issues. The DIY aspect is a little frustrating, it is difficult to reach some places, replacement parts are hard to come by (most have been discontinued), but it is easy to rig things that will work (i.e the air retrun on the catylitic converter was replaced by finding a suitable high temp rubber hose at an industrial hose wharehouse). I love this car and will hold onto it for years to come.
Some of the most common repairs on dishwashers is the thermostat, the control panel and the internal wiring.
Here is a common saying that uses the word reliable. As reliable as a screen door on a submarine.
HP Laserjet printers are considered the most reliable of common household printers one can buy. Many can print colors as well as grayscale pictures, and are often priced quite reasonably.
As reliable as a sundial at midnight. As reliable as a screen door on a submarine. As Michael Vick at a petting zoo.
Filipinos are considered hardworking, resourceful, consistent and persistent in their work habits. Following are the common Filipinos' work values: Goal oriented, competence, knowledgeable, orderly, reliable, loyalty.
"Common laptop computer repairs are battery replacements, screen cleanings and virus removal. Batterys will most likely have to be replaced during some point of the lifetime of the computer."
When the builder that you have hired is using your Caribbean Princess deck plans to build you a new deck, you should be sure to ask him about common repairs. You need to know what types of things will break so that you can be monetarily prepared to pay for these things. You also need to know so that you can find out if you can make the repairs on your own or not.
Read your governing documents to determine the limits of your ownership. If the association repairs something in the common area of your property, that is their responsibility and generally, these repairs are paid from the association's operating account. If the repairs were made to part of your property noted as 'limited common area', they may also be required to repair it and pay for it, or you may be: your governing documents are specific about maintenance of limited common areas. Again, who pays for repairs -- depending on their location -- is detailed in your governing documents. If your governing documents are silent on all these points, you may take the bills to a common interest community-savvy attorney to prove that you do not owe the repair expense. Your governing documents include the CC&Rs, the By-laws, and any amendments or resolutions passed by the board or owners.
The mortgage is not included in the Common Area Maintenance. Common Area Maintenance (CAM) expense is considered the expense for taxes, insurance and maintenance and operation of the Common Areas of a property including but not limited to, shared utilities, community lighting, parking lot repairs, landscaping, etc. A mortgage is not considered an operations expense. Leases will usually specify what constitutes CAM charges reimbursable by the tenant (lessee) to the owner (lessor).
The springs that let the sodas out often need replacing.
There are a great many things that are considered to be common knowledge. Not touching things when they are hot is common knowledge for example.