They are smart to hold onto them. Ours live in the basement also, but when a 240-S70 comes in, they are priceless. (Don't doubt that the day they say they are getting rid of them, I will be first in line to add to my own collection at home).
I'm looking for a nice crimper with interchangeable dies, or a kit to cover a wide assortment of connectors. To start- Junior POwer Timer connector pins. Does anyone have a recommendation?
I have a deutch connector tool already and spent the weekend crimping. I'd like to do all...
Not even kidding how often I see this.
Just last night as I'm walking out of work, a new tech calls me over. "How often do you call MAFs on these?" (It was a P3, but same thing). Never I reply. Every time someone calls one, it never fixes the problem. Tell him to check all the pipes...
My co worker just put a TKX in his little Mazda wagon that is pretty damn quick. He was saying that it shifts really nice and crisp upward of 9k rpm. The guys he got his kit from spin over 10k and say it shifts nice at those speeds even.
Push down as hard as you can on the pipe that attaches to the throttle body. Those codes, plus the way you describe things, has always been a pipe off for me.
You said you smoke tested the intake, how much pressure?
The rubber hose that goes to the passenger side of the IC likes to split...
Get a Vida laptop.
The trans pan looks to be the source of your leak. It is fairly easy to change on a P1 chassis due to no cross member in the way. It is sealed with an rtv. Transmission flush might not be needed, you'll lose about 4L of fluid doing the pan, which is about half.
I looked around for a while for something to use as a speed sensor in my T5 with my ECU. I never really found a difinitive sensor without using converter boxes and stuff. I didn't see this sensor in my search though. That might be interesting.
It is an accessory. It is a software which is downloaded to the car.
It was not standard (at least in Canada, where I'd expect it to be). Vast majority of people in my area had it installed at delivery. No remote start at -40c sucks.