If the alternator + terminal has 14v, and the battery still has 12, something's wrong in between the two. Either a blown fuse, or bad wiring.
Did you disconnect/disturb the crank sensor? The ecm probably doesn't know that the engine is spinning.
Sounds like clogged cat. Hook up a vacuum gauge to the engine. Under high load/rpm vacuum will disappear if it's clogged.
don't worry about it
Just spotted this. Thought i'd share.
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I think the strut bearing is usually separate from the mount.
For most regular street cars, i'd recommend just getting the top of the line store brand.
I've seen a few. I don't think they're that rare compared to other GT cars. I think they just seem super rare because you don't see many EGT's at all...
Get real! If someone is grotesque and flaunts it instead of dressing conservatively like everyone else, they will get treated differently.
Shit, I should come on here more often. I do have the large style ones and they're in better shape than that. Not perfect, but pretty darn good. Odds...
You seemed to do alright, but for other readers these are my recommendations.
In places with corrosive air and/or salty roads, every 5 years sounds like a good idea. For everywhere else (most places) 10 is probably more...
Had a 2nd gen 1.9 escort stop by work one time. Exhaust manifold was on very loose by maybe half of the bolts. Many had fallen out completely. Guy...
I have some for 94 wheels. No idea if they are compatible.
Hmm, i thought it was 22v
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The pressure goes up as vacuum goes down. It's controlled by the fuel pressure regulator.l
Good to know, haven't used my gallery in a LONG time! Guess i've been spoiled by being able to upload pictures mid post.
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