Type: Posts; User: heerschap
chezzy rice lol
nice work! :thumbup: :popcorn:
:thumbup: looks nice and warm there.
nice find! and welcome aboard. lots of info on these fourms and you should get a bentley service repair manual.
wow nice work!:thumbup:
:thumbup: in for the rust repairs. keep it up!
the only advice I can give you is scan it and see if any misfire codes or whatever codes pop up. if not then start with the simple obvious things like spark plugs, wires, coil etc... and work back...
nvm thats your oil pan you machined, not your head :banghead: :beer::beer::beer:
good luck! :beer:
nice work! hope thats not a weak Fracture spot in your alumi head :popcorn:
if you can afford a new compressor, replace it. I deleted mine and its not that hard. I removed the inner rad aswell. my car runs cooler without it and you gain some hp.
could it be the rotor bore is to tight or out of round and the bearing race isnt fitting properly?
if you delete it, you need a belt for a vr6 w/o AC. (its shorter)
nice work! in for updates:popcorn:
I have a 97 ginster DE with 97,000km that I am slowly restoring, its still my daily for a little while yet :( but its helping me get through my apprenticeship :thumbup:
I had same issue since colder weather. mine scanned a bad coolant temp sensor (blue 2 pin sensor in the T stat housing) & a low intake temp sensor reading. replaced both and no issue now.
is it just me, or does that passenger strut tower look hurtin?
is check engine light on? what codes are coming up. I had same issue with the cold weather. my scanner showed a coolant temp sensor and intake manifold temp sensor trouble. replaced both and no more...