OutofFoil wrote:Good news is in my opinion it's nothing major. Bad news is it's going to be a PITA to find. What I think is happening is that you have a air leak around or through the throttle body, allowing air that is unmetered into the combustion chamber...
OutofFoil wrote:I'd go junkyarding for a used throttle body and replace the whole thing if one can be found, it SHOULD be easy to do. Only other option, AND the most expensive probability is the mass air flow sensor, easy to replace, but not cheap, junkyard used if possible. If that doesn't do it, ecu, but as said before, highly unlikely. Hope this helps.
columbia wrote:I used the USAA buying service the last time and will stick with that.
They delivered it to me at work and I signed the paperwork in the car.
Easy as ordering a pizza.
Selling the majestic Purrari... asking 380k OBO ... anything over 380 goes to charity, so get those bids in! (Toronto Humane Society) .... comes with Ipod full of nyancat songs. AND we will personally invite the buyer to Toronto to come and film a "farewell purrari" coffee run with me. (so basicly it comes with a free tim hortons coffee that youll have to pay for anyway)
we will ship this thing anywhere in north america. um... also... car stuff... it has like 6500 miles on it... purrs like a nyancat. and can be fully factory restored (wrap removed) if you're a [nyancat].
columbia wrote:Steve McQueen’s Porsche 917 From ‘Le Mans’ is For Sale
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