2nd pic is not right.
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2nd pic is not right.
with the lock tool in place we have found at our shop that the cam can be positioned in one of 3 or 4 locations on the intake cam sprocket. Either the tool is defective, there is more info needed...
If you used new lifters or if the old lifters were reused but sat for a long time then they will not open the valves till they "pump up" with oil pressure. Takes extended cranking time. Just do it...
Took this pic from the following thread to clarify.
It is so much work to change that sensor that you should exhaust every possibility before going through the work of changing the sensor. (that is what Gary is saying)
I have seen two instances of...
Certainly if you can find something obvious like the computer you should try it, but if you understand how the trans works you know that there is very little electrical (none) involved in making...
Not a single period!!! Very difficult to understand.
You can put it in there and it will drive but you wont like it. It wont be the right ratio for your engine.
since it doesn't follow a normal pattern I would assume no one can help you based on what your describing. Your gonna have to visit a mechanic to diagnose it for you.
09A sensors are internal. 01m sensor is external.
Changing the 09A g68 requires removing the trans and splitting the case halves.
probably gonna need a trans.
Please dont contact me for a shifter.. I have NO tip shifters. I deleted my comment but TjJoiner quoted me and I cant delete that.
I hear nothing but rain.
noise diagnosis would be based on how the noise behaves. Does it....
1 get louder or change pitch with road speed.
2 get louder or change pitch when you accelerate...
I hear nothing but "rain".
remove trans, completely disassemble trans. ect.
This would be using skills that only a transmission rebuilder would have.
(why three threads??)
Both of those are the g22 sensor for the speedo. Some models are a 90 degree sensor and some are a "straight" sensor.
The G68 does have a pigtail. Most dealerships can get it for you. Lots of...
Most 2.0L trnasmissionions would be interchangeable if coming from the same generation of car. but being wrong would end up being expensive and a huge hassle.
I suppose the first question you should ask is do you have a 09A? What is the year of your Bora?
You posted this in a thread regarding stuck solenoids on a 09A. Your symptom definitely could be...
thanks for the correction...
But, i looked at some more info and that is definitely a 01P just the same as a Eurovan.
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