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Everything posted by Loren

  1. I agree with JFP - B&M is the way to go. I have installed more than 2 dozen of these and never had a problem.
  2. You can not put chains on 18" wheels (without causing damage).
  3. Don't pay the fee - RennTech.org supplies the radio code for FREE.
  4. Item 16 is 3 nuts per side that the muffler (mounting bracket on the muffler) to the mounting bracket on the car. Item 19 is 2 bolts per side that hold the mounting bracket to the chassis. When I remove the mufflers I just remove the 3 (per side) nuts 16. I have never seen any damage on these.
  5. Please read the Lost Radio Code FAQ FIRST before posting - then post in the one thread. This topic is now closed.
  6. It is one of the tabs on that screen - you may need to scroll to the right.
  7. I think you will need a shop with a PIWIS tester to re-program the instrument cluster. If that does not work then possibly a bad cluster.
  8. RE: Winter wheels - No room for chains on 18 inch wheels.
  9. P055600 Brake booster pressure sensor vacuum Fault setting condition(s) - This detects a faulty electric brake booster vacuum pump - This detects a brake booster vacuum that is too high, too low or implausible Possible causes: - Check brake pedal sensor adjustment - Check whether vacuum is physically OK (leakage, etc.) - Check wiring harness - Check relay for vacuum pump - Replace vacuum sensor - Check DME control unit for correct program/data version - Replace DME control unit
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