Pic 1 is for a 2.5l engine, not a SHO. The component diagram is for a SHO which shows an alternator output control relay, but it actually doesn't...
If you want an oem 89-95 front wheel bearing, PN E9DZ1215A, these guys have 7 of them:
I also use National...
Links don't work.
Yes, pull codes before throwing parts at it. Another how-to source with code meanings:
Code 10 is just a single blip between on demand and stored codes. Not an actual code.
The Engine Coolant Temp (ECT) Sender is what sends a signal...
YMMV. Never had a problem with the Bosch, 13942 (MTX) or 15716 (ATX). Over the last 19 years, many installs of both on client cars.
Car would run rough if there was a vacuum leak. Your O2 sensors might be on the blink. I use the Bosch 13942 from Autozone.
You could always make your own engine support beam:
Used the 7mm hex heads the other day. Piece of cake to install with a 1/4" extension bar and dielectric grease in the socket to stop the bolt...
I'd also be concerned about clearance with the Socket Head Cap Screws.
No reason why those won't work, although may be more difficult to get started when reinstalling them.
AKA Ceramic Throw Out Bearing. Much more gentle on the clutch fingers.
I suspect that it's one of the old SHO Shop clutches. One was the HiRevs Jr. clutch that had 120 thou reinforcing straps with HD rivets vs. the...
All this talk about VAPS modules is all very well, but this is a '90 that doesn't have a VAPS module.
For future reference: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lxloiavbs295nth/Open%20Door%20Method.doc?dl=0
I agree, classic symptoms of the cam sensor failing. Surprised you didn't get a code 214, though.
Must be something else, then.
That may be rod bearings. Try to pinpoint where the noise is coming from.
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