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    Cumberland, RI
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  • Present cars
    2002 Porsche 911 C2 Cab
    2002 BMW 530i
    2007 Land Rover Range Rover HSE
  1. Logically it would only be the MAF - because when it is in the circuit the car won't start --- correct? I would consider reinstalling the old MAF and seeing if the car will start.
  2. It looks like there may have been a leak at one time. I would suggest cleaning the dried residue up and check again in a few days.
  3. With the engine off, but the key turned on, the gauge should read zero. With the engine warmed up and idling, I normally see around 1.5-2. I would suggest replacing the oil pressure sending unit.
  4. If I had to guess, I'd pick the elements in the cats are going bad.
  5. I would think the best solution is to replace HID bulbs in pairs. This would eliminate the visible difference in color.
  6. The fader and balance controls work correctly in my car,plus I can turn the volume all the way down and hear nothing. Rear speakers not functioning correctly would explain the fader issues. I have to wonder if the amp was installed properly.
  7. Very nice ! Where abouts in RI are you? I'm in Cumberland. :renntech:
  8. My car reads zero when the key on and the engine off. I suspect your oil pressure sensor needs replacing.
  9. Sorry to hear about the ticket; those are never fun. I have a Valentine V1 that has been in five different vehicles. I wouldn't trade it for anything.
  10. Have you checked the battery in the key? It sounds like it needs replacing.
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