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Opinions please... based upon my build with the. 1995 302 with the OBD1 codes, I am running lean on both banks with an error code 136 and 172. After smoke test for vacuum leaks, O2 sensor test, cleaning the mass air flow, and fuel pressure test, everything is perfect. But look at this plug, is...
I used the dorman contour fan and the junkyard wires using this diagram. This Summer I just bypassed the engine coolant sensor with a paperclip to keep it on high continuously. There are a few writeups online using a Volvo temp sensor for the high and low function of these fans.
Couldn't wait...Doors fully restored, installed with new seals.
I have almost 500 miles on it and not happy with the brakes. Everything is new, no air in the lines, rear drums are adjusted but I can't get the brakes to lock up. Booster is getting 16 inches of vacuum. Is that too low?
There is a little watch battery that powers it. You can also force it asleep so it does not connect since I also use my Bose speaker in the garage and don't want to have that connection when I am not driving.
My dash has never been cut and didn't want to invest in an expensive wifi tuner so I just started out using a Bluetooth speaker and my phone. That was an absolute pain trying to reach for my phone every time I wanted to change any setting especially wearing sunglasses. I got this little gadget...
I have their shorty headers and they are nice and beefy. I don't know why I read across the internet that some leak and some don't but regardless, my tailpipes were spitting out water because the extra air was causing a lean mixture and running hot ashy plugs.