As the weather is getting better for being outside, I'm ramping up the work flow on getting projects knocked out. Currently have intake apart, going after coil in cylinder #3, and blown away by how much oily moisture has infiltrated the gaskets and around the PCV hoses (I suspect a leak there). The surge tank had several pools of it, each about an ounce of thin oil. So getting a tried and true catch can set up will be a priority. Any suggestions there are very welcome, though I know the site has some threads on the topic. Beyond that: 1) Intake horn metal gaskets have a bunch of bubbling/flaking/peeling black paint. Is best practice to remove all paint and repaint with regular spray paint, or is there a special sealant I need? 2) See the orange sensor in this pic: This is the area under the throttle body, firewall is to the right, battery to the lower left, and you can see the secondaries' lever at top (Throttle body is unbolted and moved away). QUESTION: Is there supposed to be 2 wires going to orange sensor? What is it? 3) Fuel rail - I have the 4 bolts out, but it's locked in there pretty well. Do I just need to pull up firmly to pop it off the 8 injectors? I think Nimz indicated so a while back, just wanna make sure. Speaking of injectors, whats their lifespan? I don't remember ever having them replaced (owned car since 2000). All 8 primary intake ports show clean fuel paths, so injectors are delivering fuel, but perhaps not as efficiently as before? 4) Considering removing butterfly shaft, but not sure how involved the removal of lower intake is. Once fuel rail is out of the way, can lower intake be removed as a whole unit, with shafts, springs, etc.? Otherwise, I don't know how one would go about removing the shaft. That's it for now. I was pleased to see the rear plug wells looked very clean - #3 coil pack bolts were not tight at all, a bit loose if anything. Not sure how that happened or if this was reason for misfire (not bad coil). Need to move wiring harness to inspect valve cover before reassembling. Hopefully, I end up with no misses, at least not from rear bank! After this is resolved (all issues above), I'm onto new rear calipers. Shop said they couldn't find proportioning valve, but bias plugs will be the answer for that. Rear struts won't be hard since rear seat is already out. I guess I'll then need to stock up on yellow and blue spray paint . . . Eventually will get back to AC and wrapping up door strip led project, for which I will include some teaser pics of passenger side thus far (still a lot to do with relays, sequencer, switches, etc.).