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  1. Joe, how lucky we are to have members like you that contribute so much to the enjoyment of our cars... Thanks,
  2. 2003 996 C4S JFP, Jon and Loren... many thanks for the support and direction. I removed the battery and panel all looked good, I also removed the top hat cover next to the bulkhead on the trunk side, again no tell tale signs of cracks there either. I guess next will be to look at the charcoal canister and gas fill check valve. I think I'll change out the charcoal canister first. 6 years ago when I installed the LS3 V8 I had a problem connecting up the charcoal canister to the new conversion. A friend of mine from the airport holds certificates on welding, A/C, Elect
  3. I put the car on the lift and removed the belly pans... I was hoping that would find the source of my stinky gas smell once the belly pans were removed. Nope, no stains on the belly pans and no wet hoses. So I guess the next step is to check/replace the fill pipe check valve and or the charcoal canister. Can anyone tell me if the check valve is stuck open will the car run fine and could be the source of my gas fumes... If there's a problem with the check valve will it show up on my Durametric program? Thanks,
  4. Do you have a TPS... Throttle position sensor or because your throttle body is cable driven you do not... Can you manually pull the throttle back to an idle either at the pedal or throttle body... I have a similar problem, but properly not related. I replaced the TPS and throttle body, now it takes several ,minutes for the engine to return to idle...
  5. Jon, That's a good idea to step back before throwing a lot parts at the car. I have my T-Bird restomod project on the lift right now. To do it right I need to drop down the belly pans for a good once over. Speaking of belly pans... Here's a tip if you're tired of replacing the belly pan brackets/retainer clamps. I used aircraft loose nut plates and riveted them to the braces.
  6. The fumes went away, now there back with a vengeance... I changed the gas cap which was cheap and worth a try, what are the possible choices? 1. Per 356, check for hairline cracks in the gas tank sending unit... 2. Per Judgejon, replace the check valve behind the right side fender liner. 3. Could the charcoal canister be full. Where is the charcoal canister? 4. Can this problem be identified with my Durametric program... Thanks, all replies will be appreciated... Mitch
  7. Jon, The Bride of Frankenstein would blow the doors off your ''409'... With a taller ring and pinion she clocks out on paper at 206 MPH at redline in 6th gear, but not with me in it... On an earlier post I mentioned that the idler pulley bolt backing out which is not good... If you ever have to replace that bolt I would recommend using loctite.
  8. Joe, I know I'm in dangerous territory pushing this conversion, but it's been a fun to drive car, gooobs of power and reliable. My point Joe is the electrical was the most challenging part of the conversion snd was a major expense to get it done right. It does bring together different parts, but the word Frankenstein might be a little over the top... Today the after market people have develop easier programs that tend to be plug and play where as 8 years ago you better have your Phd in order...
  9. No, I believe both ECU's have their own job... The Conversion utilized the GM gas pedal, so like you I was surprised when the Porsche OBD port cancelled the check light. It has been years since I hooked up the Durametric program, but I did today with these results... I just thought I need to see if I can date when these codes were thrown... At the top of the attachment it says, "Current /Fault Codes. I want to get to the bottom of this pretty quick, I've never have been flat bedded home so far. I did get stuck in Winslow, AZ for one night with the original engine. The id
  10. Coming home in the middle of the day, probably high 90's, good oil temp and water temp was good when all of a sudden my gas pedal went away and the LS3 V8 cough and quit. I tried to restart without success, Finally it started and got me home without further incident. I plugged y OBD II reader in to the GM port and it wouldn't clear, then plugged it into the Porsche port and it cleared. I have 90,000 miles on the 2003 C4S model and 25,000 on the LS3 motor. NMy question is this a routine mileage event or something else? Certainly it was more of a "ha
  11. My longtime friend and master locksmith said Graphite and LPS 1 also work well...
  12. Mike, Obviously it's something, I installed a short shift kit in my '03' and don't remember any wiring attach to the the shifter? But then again I can't remember what I had for breakfast. On a rare coincidence have you checked the lamps in the tail light housings.... I doubt that the back up lights are on their own fuse, but have you checked that? Keep us posted even if it means embarrassing yourself... Mitch
  13. BM, When you say the A/C kicks in what does mean... The first thing I would check is to be sure the clutch on your compessor is engaging, Stick your head under the back bumper close to the A/C compressor then have someone turn the A/C on... You should hear the pulley coming together with the clutch plate. Also, if it's working you can no longer turn the clutch plate.. And you're sure that you have the correct amount of Fregon, I believe our system takes 1.9 lbs. of R134 Freon... Also, it's good to include the year and model of your car. There's a lot of posting on
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