Quick update on my Vibe
I was out checking all the lights and such before the drivers test I had scheduled for the next day upon recommendation from my instructor (all are good) and I went to start the car up
And guess what? She didn't start
She instead made a rapid clicking from the starter, which led me to believe that the starter might have gone bad
We ended up taking her to a reputable mechanic's shop, where they had a look at it
The battery was only giving 43% of the current it should've given, starter was fine
They replaced the battery and cleaned the terminals since those were slightly corroded, replaced the front rotors since those were rusty from sitting for almost a year, adjusted the rear shoes since those were a little off, and changed the oil. All said, it came to about 800 bucks canadian
But yeah, I ended up rescheduling that drivers test, which has now been cancelled due to what's going on in the world.
The shaking that I had mentioned previously has gone away, as has the steering wheel vibration
But I have realized another issue that I didn't bring up
The stickers that tell you what pressure to inflate the tires to; the one in the glove box and the one on the driver doorjam, well, I have those stickers, but it doesn't have a number for pressure, just "[blank] PSI (kPa)"
I've been going with around 32 psi in front and 30 rear, which has done well so far. I just would really like to know what those pressures actually are, so if anyone can help out, I'd appreciate it, thanks!
2003 base 4 speed auto FWD
If it ain't broken, don't attempt to fix it and in turn end up breaking it