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:). Great one, Eric.
At the current value of these cars, that is rapidly headed toward not worth working on any more.
IAC sensor, is, I think the initials. Sometimes you can get away with cleaning it, but its fragile, and often you should just replace it. IIRC...
I agree; both easier and cheaper, I suspect.
When stock and new, the car is dead flat. It has not rise at the rear or at the front. I think it can take a little rise at the rear and still...
By eye ball, that does not look like it is a problem.
Then you are posting in the wrong forum. This is for the Gen III V8, made from 1996-1999.
Boy, that is going to be sucking a lot of hot air. You would really be better off putting the OEM type filter back on in the air box and running...
I suspect that means he does not have a PayPal account... ;)
I have only gone through one starter, and that only happened a couple of years ago. The one that came with the car finally rotted out its main...
One of the things I have always liked about owning an older car is the amount of stuff you learn just in the process of trying to keep it...
:) OK, you have convinced me. That is outright ugly.
Be sure to clean the IAC sensor as well.
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