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Let's play "Did I get ripped off?"
Posted 19 December 2012 - 10:52 PM
Posted 19 December 2012 - 11:15 PM
I will try to post some more pictures. I really don't want to drop the tank.
Posted 21 December 2012 - 10:17 AM
Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:47 PM
PS. If you are any good with fiberglass, you can skip the undercoat, fiberglass patch the holes, and have a body shop paint the panel. I don't ever advise spray paint due to it's lacking a catalyst and not actually creating a proper moisture barrier.
Posted 11 June 2013 - 01:28 AM
Thanks for the advice. I got the CELs off months ago, and this car has been AWESOME! Why should I be suprised? It's a subie So now it's time for phase 2----(What Fubaru said)
I'm in AZ. so, not too worried about rust spreading, and I've been told the car is safe. Going to fiberglass the holes, and paint over the car. Hope to add before and after pics.
Posted 11 June 2013 - 01:29 AM
Oh, and in case anyone has similar problems, here is the much delayed update:
Well, figured I should update, even if it's months late.
Got all CELs off her for under a $50 bucks! BWAHAHHAHHA! Got a lot of help from you guys, and a little luck.
Fixed code p0325 by replacing the knock sensor for 15 bucks on ebay.
Fixed code p1400 with this http://forums.nasioc.....php?t=2310341 ..I ended up running a new wire from the computer under passenger carpet to behind the charcoal box in the rear.
3- Fixed p420 (temporarily). The catalytic converter is bad, but I can still get it to go for 100 miles or so before it turns on again, and got it past emissions.
The 2 others were associated/repeated codes.
With the brakes done, it has been a super reliable ride for the old lady, and I think I'm going to tackle the rust and try to plasti dip it! Will update it.
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