Type: Posts; User: icrashcars
Throw some Rotiform center caps on there and people will nut swinging you all day to buy them.
nice design, btw.
Sliding ski/ snowboard rack. Does not include roof bars (must use OEM).
Brand new in the box. $200 shipped.
I just went through the same BS.
Did everything you did, but finally found it was a bad MAP sensor. It sits on top of the intercooler. replaced and my car is 100%.
If youre in CNJ, go here. They will install and align your car perfectly. (they also sell different brands)
MAP sensor? It located on the top of the Intercooler. I had simliar issues which were resolved by replacing the MAP. Not sure how to test though.
nobody can tell you that over the internet. do the maintenance and see if it improves. if not, take it to a mechanic.
There are two easy/ inexpensive maintenance items that you can do to improve shifting. (if they havent been done in 30k miles, def do them).
Align your shifter....
Check the Charge Pipe connection. The OEM connection is very shoddy and the rubber O-Ring fails quite often in older models.
Possibly a warped rotor.
If the new rotors/ pad are not properly bedded and broken in they could warp.
Look for waviness or uneven ware on the rotors.
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There are tons of threads about this issue, and most of them do not indicate a solution. This is because there are too many factors to consider, including:
evap system leak
Bump. Still looking.