Secondaries issue, cooling fan

Discussion in 'Gen 1 & 2 - Emergency Issues - Performance Upgrade' started by MichaelDecker95MtxSho, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. sperold

    sperold Last to Know Supporting Member

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    if you get a used ccrm at the junk yard, make sure it has the same letter code (i.e. "J" or "M") as the one you have now.

    open the sunroof, you will see the 4 hoses at approximately the 4 corners of the opening.
     
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    Once again thanks to all. You guys are great. I figured out my secondaries issue. Turns out it was not the secondaries at all. It was running too lean due to a faulty maf sensor. Disconnected it, idled choppy for a second and than misfire went away and rough idle. Took for a few mile drive and holy shit she is back, issue fixed. Just need to order a new maf sensor. This sho deffinatly has some power. Never owned a sho before this one and i fell in love. Very fun car.
     

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