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  1. I too would like to know a part number for this hose. I have a 1996 with a manual transmission. Thanks Billy
  2. Well the way everyone used to check the draw at the dealer was with a clamp on low ammeter. You clamp around the negative cable. Using a Dvom is no good cause they usually turn off automatically and switching it on wakens the ecu's. First off you must let the car sit for at least 2-3 hours, make sure to manually lock the hood latch and leave the door open and also manually lock the latch. The draw per factory specs is max 36ma Now I agree with you, dont go to the steelership, thank god I dont work there any more, most of the guys there Hacks, parts changers who just wanted to fix your car so it came back. but if you must take it, request that the shop forman do the repair. vizcarra vizcarra44@yahoo.com
  3. Well the way everyone used to check the draw at the dealer was with a clamp on low ammeter. You clamp around the negative cable. Using a Dvom is no good cause they usually turn off automatically and switching it on wakens the ecu's. First off you must let the car sit for at least 2-3 hours, make sure to manually lock the hood latch and leave the door open and also manually lock the latch. The draw per factory specs is max 36ma Now I agree with you, dont go to the steelership, thank god I dont work there any more, most of the guys there Hacks, parts changers who just wanted to fix your car so it came back. but if you must take it, request that the shop forman do the repair. vizcarra vizcarra44@yahoo.com
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