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  1. I have a 2004 cab and handled this issues in two ways. Easiest way is to run the thether cord behind the folding backseat and anchor it back to the baby seat back. The other way was to drill a eye bolt at the bottom of the firewall, as it has a lip that can scomodate a eyebolt screw easily. Take apart the back seat and you will see it. Good luck
  2. I remove the throttle body for a good clean and found the bank one intake manifold covered in grime. Not too bad but it got me interested. Bank two is clean, as well as inside the common manifold past the TB. What would be the reason for that grime? Blow off from the aos?
  3. My car developed few issues during a track day. The most scary one was a brake pedal to the floor after few hard laps on a circuit famous for being hard on brakes. The brake fluid was changed by the dealer 6 months ago and this was my first event of the year. I developed an oil leak as well, on the passenger side of the car, I can’t see where it is coming from so I need your help. I am not sure if this is related but I also got a p0130 code for the bank one pre car O2 sensor. A new sensor is in my future I guess. A part from that it was a fun day on my 2004 C4S
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