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- Sun Apr 13, 2008 10:43 pm
- Forum: Audio / Security / Electrical
- Topic: Dimming lights, no mods. (cont)
- Replies: 11
- Views: 853
So I have this classic dimming lights problem ever since i bought the car at 12k miles. The problem is similar to http://forum.2gn.org/viewtopic.php?t=5430&highlight=dimming+lights but not as bad. When i use anything power my headlights simply dim a little. Windows, brakes, and maybe the stock stere...
Seems like there alot of threads on this stuttering problem and some are subtle and some are worse. Ive had this stutter for awhile but it isnt too bad. I will only get the stutter when coasting in 2nd and I let off the gas and then slightly accelerate again, then i will get some bucking at about 17...
- Wed Feb 20, 2008 11:23 pm
- Forum: Parts/Product Reviews
- Topic: JonnyMopar and Booger Bushings
- Replies: 16
- Views: 2425
Yeah, props for the boogers, I really liked how much more solid the shifting felt afterwards, its not like stirring soup anymore. The install wasn't too bad, you have to develop a technique to get the bushings on and off, i got em off with needle nose pliers and a twist/pull and push from other side...
- Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:48 pm
- Forum: HT Exterior
- Topic: How-To: Seal Your Tail Lights
- Replies: 20
- Views: 6588
So you are just sticking it to car housing, that would make it pretty hard to get off again right? I would prolly go for the gasket option since shit happens and may need to replace the taillights.
Looks like i got a little wax on my weather stripping that doesn't come off easy Who knows the best way to get this stuff off? If you find a archive or something on this topic plz post.
As slvracr noted, I took apart the bellows tube and saw that the couplers were way over their stopper bumps, I bought this used and it came to me with couplers slipped onto the bellows tube already. This is wierd though because if i shifted the couplers to the "correct" position, there was no way th...
So i installed the iceman i got and after initially starting up the engine for a check i saw this gap in between the bellows tube and the manifold. I put my finger around the gap and sure enough felt vacuum. I give it some gas while finger in place and got plenty more vacuum. Everything is tightened...
http://forum.2gn.org/viewtopic.php?t=22926 This half answered my question. Maybe picture with ghetto schematics will help. :D So, according to the above post, on a 2.0l the pcv inlet will always have its own filter. So what happens to the inlet end when you use a aftermarket cai? It hooks directly u...
So i was inspecting the coolant level and happened to see that my the end of the pcv hose was just dangling. This is the end that gets air from the stock air box, and it had broken off from there. I looked closer and saw that it had been broken off before and the owner tried to glue into place. The ...
- Mon Jul 09, 2007 1:30 pm
- Forum: Introduce Yourself!
- Topic: Jacked up SXT from Las Vegas, Reporting in!
- Replies: 22
- Views: 1955
:rofl: Reminds me of when i was trying to e brake into a street that was too narrow. After I got to sliding and was comming around and oversteered a bit and finally got control, i looked over at my friend in the passenger seat and the look was pure terror. There was also a guy driving the other way ...
So in the past i have seen the famous do it yourself 3.0 cai on alot of 1st gens and some 2nd gens on neons.org and here, but i am having trouble finding the right thread for a 2gn (non-magnum). Someone point me in the right direction or resurrect thread for me? If you don't know what i am talking a...