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Author Topic: Project: Phoenix  (Read 39331 times)

Offline CzechSilvia

Re: Project: Phoenix
« Reply #220 on: 03:45:45 PM / 04-Mar-17 »
Fixed the boost leak and the water pump takes a shit. Will it ever end...

No, from my experience it does not. You fix one thing and during that process you find another two issues that need to be addressed. That's the s12 life
But what do I know? All I know about cars I learned from youtube...

Offline sideways_s12

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Re: Project: Phoenix
« Reply #221 on: 04:39:44 PM / 22-Apr-17 »
Welp back to square one. fixed the water pump and the rad springs a leak. on top of that my original problem with the maf came back...

Offline Cajun1guy

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Re: Project: Phoenix
« Reply #222 on: 07:55:25 PM / 27-Apr-17 »
Gotta love it! Car just wants your undivided attention and love   :yes:

Offline sideways_s12

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Re: Project: Phoenix
« Reply #223 on: 10:57:21 PM / 06-May-17 »
Lol That's kinda hard when you work 7 days a week lol But I got a rad from Wandering so that issue will be fixed and then it'll be back to maf wiring...