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    I saw that, did some research and decided I had...

    I saw that, did some research and decided I had little to add.

    I tried to suss that part number and went directly into a rabbit hole.

    I want to say that the SC harness would be unique to the...
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    The stock ABS did not use a 'booster'. If this is...

    The stock ABS did not use a 'booster'. If this is about doing a conversion to a booster equipped brake system, then you no longer have an accumulator. I'm only talking about an accumulator, so feel...
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    If you mean the accumulator, I find that a...

    If you mean the accumulator, I find that a new/good unit will charge in 25 ~ 40 seconds. This assumes adequate voltage to a healthy hyd/pump.

    As for the 15 seconds on restart, keep in mind the...
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    You might want to purchase a '93 EVTM, off eBay,...

    You might want to purchase a '93 EVTM, off eBay, as an example, then see: http://www.sccoa.com/WiringDiagrams/1993%20SC%20Wiring%20Diagram.pdf
  5. Thread: New 1989 SC Owner

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    See if this no-start troubleshooting walk-thru...

    See if this no-start troubleshooting walk-thru helpa:

    http://mnharms.com/tutorials/disnostart/

    Don't let experience with older/other cars blind you...no joke, these cars live/die on their...
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    Not sure 10% is your friend, at least without a a...

    Not sure 10% is your friend, at least without a a plan that supports it, besides otherwise stock.

    I suspect you may need to either back down to 5%, or stock, or...determine a different spark plug...
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    Any rich/lean/spark misfire can light the CEL...

    Any rich/lean/spark misfire can light the CEL under load if it's bad enough, and of course, result in fuel being dumped into the exhaust. I assume your mileage is still poor.

    Why does it pull so...
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    Chris - I got the video, but I don't notice a...

    Chris - I got the video, but I don't notice a miss, only that the check engine light comes on.

    What work have you done since last time?

    Are there any codes associated with the CEL?

    Ken
  9. ;) I did mine last year, finally. Lots of...

    ;)

    I did mine last year, finally. Lots of work, but it also provides a chance to take care of so many ittle things that, on their own, wouldn't be worth the trouble.

    Stick with it, speak up if...
  10. Unless you know you need to, neither. If...

    Unless you know you need to, neither.

    If you're just pulling parts to get to what's under the supercharger, leave that nut alone. Remove the four bolts holding the hat/top to the supercharger,...
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    I can imagine an isolated fail to one side front...

    I can imagine an isolated fail to one side front caliper and the master cylinder, such as a solenoid in the master cylinder acting up, but I can't see a chronic scenario that would cause a...
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    I'd not expect your issue to be Teves-centric in...

    I'd not expect your issue to be Teves-centric in this example.

    I'd want to know the health of the brake lines. Older lines tend to look decent from the outside, yet can swell internally and cause...
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    Don't we all - glad you made progress, thanks for...

    Don't we all - glad you made progress, thanks for the followup, fingers crossed it sticks.
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    I think I went over this with someone here in the...

    I think I went over this with someone here in the last few months....let me search and see what I can find. Might depend on year.
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    That's where I've been finding corrosion. Two...

    That's where I've been finding corrosion. Two connectors were hiding it in that location. Others were clean. Typically it's on wires that are constant hot, even when key off, I believe. Same with ABS...
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    De-pinning tools are low cost and many to choose...

    De-pinning tools are low cost and many to choose from via eBay, but the last ones I bought came in direct from China and would take a couple weeks to receive, but...they won't help re-size female...
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    Remind me, are you working with pins/male on the...

    Remind me, are you working with pins/male on the connector side, and contacts/barrels/female on the ECU side, or?



    About Arctic Silver...it is 'thermally' conductive.

    "Arctic Silver 5 was...
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    Looking at around $200 if those injectors can be...

    Looking at around $200 if those injectors can be cleaned and put back into service ($30 plus shipping), otherwise $45 for remans ($270), $60 each new on avg. ($360), maybe less if you can find a set...
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    I don't recall if you kept the same engine and...

    I don't recall if you kept the same engine and injectors, or not.

    If not, then you may be back to wiring.

    I think we've already gone thru the MAF - did we double check it's the right one? Did...
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    Yeah, don't think that has anything to do w/your...

    Yeah, don't think that has anything to do w/your issues.
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    I've heard that can mean a heavy misfire under...

    I've heard that can mean a heavy misfire under load, such as when excess fuel is being dumped into the cylinders. Remember we talked about the injectors.

    Exhaust leak from where?
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    I think Bosch may be part fitted generally (you...

    I think Bosch may be part fitted generally (you know, EC-FitzAll~~~44s), so while I've bought them in the past, I've decided not to take the chance going forward. Last O2 sensors I bought were...
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    Glad you sorted the oil pressure wiring. ...

    Glad you sorted the oil pressure wiring.

    Again, check the O2 sensor wiring/connectors, at the sensor pigtails, at least. Then consider pulling them to eyeball, then consider replacing them just so...
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    Looking back at this comment:...

    Looking back at this comment: http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthread.php?141046-Possibly-bad-tps-need-some-help&p=1125345#post1125345

    ...you had right side O2 sensor issues.

    I'd expect O2...
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    The heater core isn't fun to change out - dash...

    The heater core isn't fun to change out - dash has to be pulled, so don't get carried away if you try to blast it. Would be a shame to blow up an otherwise good unit. Good news is they don't cost...
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