Might be able to get it with one of those flexible claw tools. [IMG]
I only use the best 316 stainless! Non magnetic:(
But the compression was low on that cylinder. Must have bent a valve or nicked seat.
Yes those good times. Like the time I dropped a small washer into the #1 and didn't notice until start up. :(
I have a good back head.
If you can put one in a Tempo the gen 3 should be a cinch. I know this has been done. probably got a picture somewhere of it.
Whoever put it in didn't give it enough uggahs.
I vaguely recall trying out one of the plastic Gen 3 MAFs, '99 I think. Wanted it for the smoother flow but could not get it to work well...
I fiddled around with a single exhaust once. Went 2.5" with a single muffler. When they installed it they used an 2" pipe to link the Y pipe and...
Unless you can tune the tables MAF a resistor will do the trick on the IAT......
All the MAF calibration would be in the PCM. Unless your car is not running the proper AF I do not see any advantage to a stock motor.
Should have chained it down in the back!
Is the subframe centered?
Open the hood and put it in gear. Then brake torque it a couple of times to watch the engine rear back.
I would assume the mounts are collapsed.
I used a chain in the front. Never changed a rear mount. Chain wrapped around the exhaust manifold and then bolted to the subframe straight...
$40 shipped for just the mount An OEM part.
I have a never used OE one.
You need a Gen 3 rear mount?
Not off hand. To give the IAC more head room (assuming it is working)
On a warm engine let idle, disconnect IAC.
Back the throttle stop screw...
With the engine warm and idling disconnect the IAC connector. It should stall or go to a really low rpm. If not it's dirty and stuck.
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