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Old 02-19-2006, 07:17 PM   #11
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took the plug out.. hosed it with some rust check.. plugged it in and out bout 3 times.. car won't start.. no spark.. took the rubber boot off the plug to see if plug can go in further ( maybe bad connection.. ) same issue..

Well.. today'* hi is -8C and yesterday was -14C so needless to say.. its too damm cold.. its going into the shop tomorrow ( gettin towed maybe tonight ).. let you know wat they say it was

P.*. I never got a notification email.. strange.. oh well.. thanks anyways guys..

EDIT: Someone know the cost of it?
You're prolly looking at $170 total bill (parts included)
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Old 02-19-2006, 07:57 PM   #12
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You're prolly looking at $170 total bill (parts included)
USD?? So that would be bout 220ish~ CAD

Strange thing is after almost 2 hours of the car up on ramp.. I decided to go move the car around to get it ready to be towed.. and it started and the CES went off.. strange.. just wondering if the rust check was pooled up on the connector area that it insulated it from firing.. and after letting it drain for that time that it got connection again.. I will run it like this for a week to see if I can any misfire and or CES before takin it into the shop

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What'* this rust check stuff? Is it an electrical connection cleaner? If it'* meant more for rust only, then it probably insulated you from getting a signal.
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What'* this rust check stuff? Is it an electrical connection cleaner? If it'* meant more for rust only, then it probably insulated you from getting a signal.
yes.. it'* not electrical cleaner since I'm thinkin.. gee.. something went from hot to cold and sat and swam.. so there would be better chance of rust/corrosion causing problems more then wear and tear.. so I used that instead.. and didn't think of the non conductive property till AFTER it started working.. We'll see how it is this week

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Description: Rust Inhibiter protects new and old metals. Deep penetration and loosening. Corrosion protection for crevice areas. multi-purpose lubrication.

Didn't get email notification again.. but got it for PM'*
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Stop letting your car go swimming...lol

Next time..use the rust stuff, then an electrical contact cleaner to clean the rust stuff off once it does the trick.

And check your profile for notification settings.
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Stop letting your car go swimming...lol

Next time..use the rust stuff, then an electrical contact cleaner to clean the rust stuff off once it does the trick.

And check your profile for notification settings.
Checked profile settings.. seems correct.

and next time I go swimming with my car.. I'm gettin a smart car with 6 airbag.. and a rubber tube around it.. it should float better then the ARC of Bonneville
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I know it'* off topic...

Where'* the riced out hamster?... that monkey isn't cutting it!
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Where'* the riced out hamster?... that monkey isn't cutting it!
That better?? Which hamster you refering to? EDIT: Never mind.. removed the hamster avatar.. cause well.. it use to be someone elses and got permission to use it

Can you put this on the other Bill "Willwren" avatar?? LMAO
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Just make sure hammy is the right size or we'll both be in trouble.
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Just did my Crankshaft sensor...car was shutting down while driving intermittenly. This fixed it and car runs great. its 1998 3.8L Bonneville. Remove Pssgr Front Tire. Remove Serp Belt. To remove big bolt for Harmonic Balancer need to use Impact wrench (I used electric 375torq) But you must first use a blow torch to heat up the bolt about 5 minutes and use impact wrench, normal Counterclockwise to unscrew. Then you need to buy the Harmonic Balancer Puller (generic type) BUT you must buy 3 bolts 1/4 inch like the ones that come in the Puller kit (they just don't have this small size). They go thru the slanted slots on the Balancer wheel and there are small nuts in the slots. Go slow and screw in the center bold from the kit and the wheel comes off. Then pry off the plastic cover plate. Unlatch the sensor connection. Unscrew the sensor itself. There is a plastic pin in the middle so pry the sensor easly after you undo the two bolts. Put in the new sensor onto the center pin and snap the connection make sure the little plastic latch-hook clicks on. The Plastic cover snaps back on. Then the Harmonic wheel goes on, there is a pin the needs to be matched up. Push it on as far as you can then use the big damn bolt that u took off and screw it in slowly. Unscrew a little push it in. Use bolt to make it go in more. Undo. Screw in more. After you think it'* done and you put the belt back on see that the belt is running in-line so that u know you have screwed the Harmonic Balancer to its end. Hook up the Battery. Start car. If all is running good Put the tire back on and drive it around. Run for 150 miles to see if computer is no longer sensing sensor problem.
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