I have been dealing with depleating engine coolant over the summer. I never found the leak but I found it for sure a month ago. I nailed the gas in front of my friends dodge and as I was about to look in the rear view...I see a puff of white smoke. I'm 99% sure it is the lower intake manifold leak issue.
My questions start with my car has almost 150k on it. I was looking at doing some other type of mechanical tasks to the car while I'm in there. So here are a few of the things I was thinking.
Spark Plugs and Wires
Changing Rocker Ratio'*
Changing Supercharger oil and coupler(getting noisy)
Fixing the LIM gasket
Is there anything else anyone can think I need to do while I have all this ripped off?
Also, Is there anyone who has a parts list for some of these jobs. I can't afford to not have parts in had before I perform the work over a few days. Thank you.
1. What spark plugs would be best if I'm already @ stage 1.
2. Do I need to update my pcm tune after I am done.
3. Is there anything else besides plug wires I would need. (What are good plug wires anyway?)
a good set of wires would be bosch and use normal copper plugs nothing conducts electricity better than copper other than gold but wat too expensive
not sure on the Pcm not my cup of tea there
i'll have purplehazier or 2kg4u look here and make sure im not missing anything for ya
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