Removed my pin stripes.
Tore the front end off the car to do the timing belt and exhaust manifold gaskets. Glad I'm doing both even though the car could be down for week due to time constraints.
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Might not be able to see it, but the belt has seen better days.
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Front gasket was blown out and causing a ticking sound. Also having to replace the front and rear top exhaust manifolds studs. Will be glad to have the ticking sound go away.
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Well I bought my 93 90CS FWD on tuesday night. froze my ass off on the hour ride home. pulled it in the garage. tore out the glovebox and pulled the blower motor. come to find the tumbler fell off of the shaft. got it put back together and now i have heat. then last night I replaced the passenger front shock. talk about a P.I.T.A. and then my gauge cluster lights just went out.
what did i do today? bought my coupes older twin brother who had a hard life on the streets...
so what needs to be fixed?
Here is the "current" list
2 window regulators
door cards/handles need attention
a through cleaning
Heater core(currently bypassed)
find out why blue painters tape is holding on the isv
re-key, the key only works in the ignition and apparently there is no door key.
drivers seat needs a make over
new steering wheel, this one is the type you can drive with handcuffs on....
The car actually runs REALLY good, it turns over in half a second, you can tell it doesn't want to die yet.
So over the next few weeks we'll start reconstructing this one... it isn't as nice as the red coupe i found, but it does run and i don't have to swap an engine into it, so that is a plus.
I swapped everything under the timing covers tonight with new replacements and replaced the exhaust manifold gaskets too. Had it disassembled already as seen above. Assembly should be pretty straightforward from here. This engine compartment really needs some heavy degreaser love. Too bad it will have to wait until it's warmer out.
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I have rightclick and i was reading the instructions once before i missplaced them.
I contacted with them, they said they will email me the pdf, but still nothing.
Can you give me some hint what did you do, how did you start, any tricks?
(i have a good mid skill for low volt things)
So please give me some details. (Just dont remember what wire should i cut, etc)
You need to loop/splice the wires as indicated in the diagram.
The Red with black stripe from the pump was the 12v and I just grounded it to the chassis.
There are little tabs on the rear blinkers that you just need 2 female spade connectors, and about 7-8 feet of 20-22 gauge wire. They slide right on.
now if we can just figure out how to arm the system without adding relays we'll be all set.
Should be getting my bumper clips in soon, so I can finally have my front bumper securely attached.
Now that the weather is finally starting to warm up, I might try my hand at some body work to try and do some rust repair.
^^^ Great work making nice progress!!
In my case, with the help of a gracious friend, I removed the PS rack from my car. So, I *hope that's the hardest part.
Attempting this job at times I wondered if I'm secretly retarded and just don't know it yet?
Washed, clayed, and waxed the car. Well clayed and waxed most of the car. Arms and fingers got tired working all the crud out of the paint. Results were worth it though. Maybe next weekend I'll finish off the rest and detail the interior.
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