Discussion in 'Great Lakes SHO Society' started by bubba, May 4, 2015.
We need a meet! Last time most was together was Boat's wedding!
Let's do it!
That would be fun!
It would be fun. Come fix my SHO so I can drive it!!!!
What did u do Jayro? And no problem
What did u do?
He's still having the stumbling problem and a cam sensor code. If I didn't have so many other projects up here, I'd offer to 'store' it for you
Meet at my house...AWESOME driving roads nearby!
Awesome where's boat at????
Wish I still had my sho parts stash where's the stumble coming at? I would find his thread however still getting use to the new fourm hahahaha
I don't know if I have a SHO that would make it that far ...... Just kidding. But seriously, I want to see how the wagon is coming, I miss it!
Timbo is right. I have replaced the cam sensor, ECU, DIS and coil. I have cleaned up the grounds, but I am still getting a CID code (214 IIRC). I am thinking that I have an issue in the wiring to the Cam Sensor.
The real issue is that I haven't been able to work on it for more that a few hours every other month. It's been so wet that I can't even get it out of the driveway and around back to my shop. If you really want to fix it let me know......we could work something out.
let us know when it stops snowing.
Hmm, I've had a faulty aftermarket cam sensor out of the box before, so you might be right.
And to Chris: Yea, I'm not sure if my SHO would make it that far either! LOL.
I'd like to meet some of you guys in person, have a few brews and burgers. Oak Openings metropark or someplace....
I thought that might have been the case, so I replaced it twice. I may try one more time just to be sure.....
Yes! It's time for a meetup. The ol' 95' is just getting rustier since a few of us met at my house a couple of years ago. I also need to make sure I get written into Perry's will. He's not getting any younger and I want that black 91' back someday.
I hit 62 in March. Don't drive the SHO too often, but it did make it to 'da U P last year.
This would be fun. Im by the detroit area.
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