What is a fair price to ask for my 1999 GMC jimmy can't get it to start scrap yard said they would give me $200 I think it worth more it has tow package auto 4 wheel drive leather interior sunroof

Asked by Mar 24, 2015 at 06:52 PM about the 1999 GMC Jimmy 4 Dr SLT 4WD SUV

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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What's the overall condition, if it's good you would make a lot more than $200 selling parts than selling it whole

Overall in great condition just don't have time or knowledge to fix it

7,835

Ok, let's see if we can save it. does it crank? if yes check fuel pump operation, have someone listen near the fuel cap, turn the key on but do not crank, the pump should come on for a few seconds with a humming sound then shut off.

Just had new fuel pump put in was losing coolant several months ago had a friend of a friend look at it said motor is not blown but needs some work

Up until last month it ran great and hate to get 200 out of it if its worth more or possibly fixing

7,835

Try to sell as not running but repairable, you should do a lot better than $200. The junkyard would make $1500 in parts & scrap

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