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  1. If you undid the throttle body, check the connections around that area, as was mentioned, any vacuum leak .. or basically any source of unmetered air (air after the maf) can cause this behavior
  2. Check your fulcrum pins. They sometimes fail I don’t have a picture, but there are two. Location depends on which 5sp or 6 sp. try a google search to find pix of these pins. mike
  3. Check your radiators like you planned. check your water pump, see if there is seepage. you can remove the serpentine belt and see if it turns freely. lastly, it could be your thermostat sticking. mike
  4. Cheaper to buy than build a race car. I’d check with woody of woodies parts for door qtr, bumper and mirror. Especially if rear qtr is not affected
  5. Thanks to all those who helped! NOLA Motorsports bound tomorrow morning. I’m stoked and nervous, but most of all relieved I can hit the track thx to everyone’s help! cheers, Mike
  6. If I remember correct - it was either where the pin to the chain guide (flip the yellow arrow), or the triangle just below it.
  7. In my case the bolt fell down and backwards into the hole, then managed to roll forward into the webbing of the engine -- it was in the first webbing just below the hole if you can find a picture of the engine -- you might be able to try there -- not as tight quarters as trying to get down to the IMS. I think it was along side the clutch, not behind it... but its been 4-5 years -- so I maybe mis-remembering. In my case it was a royal PITA since I did my CPS in the driveway -- only to F it up -- and then had to trailer it to my buddy's shop to get it on the lift.
  8. I don’t have the picture that showed exactly where the bolt rolled to ... it’s in the other phone you can see in the first picture ? but it you can see an example of the webbing it fell into. so if you can get you magnet to go into the whole and then bend forward and check those crevices... you might have a chance.. you might consider borrowing a boroscope and see if you can locate it. otherwise, my recommendation is to drop the tranny, which is what I ended up doing. Murphy has never been a friend of mine when it comes to mechanical stuff... so I was prett
  9. Oh, I fished for that **** thing for a LONG time with a magnet -- to no avail. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news -- but I don't think there is an opening in the bottom, so once its in there -- I don't think its coming out (and that's not a good thing). I think I have some pics on my phone -- maybe if you can see the possible locations -- you might be able to fish more productively. M
  10. I don’t know on a TIP if the same hole exists, but on a manual just below the cps is an access whole to the flywheel/clutch assembly. I dropped the cps bolt and lost it too. I ended up dis assembling the entire back end and removed the Tranny to find the bolt had roles back onto a ledge on the engine block. it was just waiting to play pachinko with my flywheel. turned a 15min job into a 2 day nightmare. DYI tip, reach in there, feel for the hole and stuff a shop towel in there, so when your mag and tape plan fails, the bolt can’t find the hidey
  11. Water pumps are a wink leak, in particular the bearing. unfortunately folks see chipped plastic impellers and think the plastic impeller is the problem. replaced with steel, bearings fail, and the steel impeller damages the block
  12. What does software voltage pin on the obdii control? if I assert a voltage on that pin will it change the mode of the DME?
  13. If you see me running around with a bunch of 9v batteries in OBDII bundles just before race grid -- LOL
  14. The rain, the battery running down, battery cables, kill switches, fuses, relays, DME, Immobilizer, Key RFID, etc None of that had anything to do with it Shortly after I bought the car I installed a traqmate system, including a traqmate USB to control the cameras and data acquisition. That system had been in the car for nearly a year prior including 2 or 3 event weekends with no symptoms whatsoever. There was a pin on the traqmate usb labeled 5v with the input analog pins. The documentation. Is poor, so I hooked up 5v off the obdii port after having found you can get 5v off of
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