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Old 07-28-2010, 12:34 AM   #11
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Looks nice. L32 covers and all.
Nah, just painted l67
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Old 07-29-2010, 12:45 PM   #12
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Sorry, my cellphone camera kinda sux.

This was last night. Left to do is the tensioner pulley and alternator, starter, downpipe, and fluids. I am also having a hard time with the vaccuum lines. There is a T coming off of the throttle body, one end goes to the evap but I cant figure out where the other end goes.

Hope to have it fire up tonight.
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Help quick!

Just went to start it and got no fire.

There is no spark... I checked the wiring and found that the ground wire had snapped off. I fixed the ground and I still have no spark! What do I need to check?
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Which ground wire are you talking about? You didn't blow a fuse or fusible link did you?
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I was referring to the ground that comes off of the icm harness...


I found out what the problem is... I hooked up a scanner and I get no rpm reading while cranking. This means that the CPS is bad or not working right. I figure it'* because i bent two fins on the crank pulley when I was installing it. While I bent them back, apparently i didn't do it well enough because the cps isn't reading it.
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It looks like I'll be pulling the engine back out of the car tomorrow. Im going to pull the crank pulley off again and verify that the fins are straight, I'm also going to swap the CPS for one that I know works.



this sucks :(
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Sorry to hear about that! :(

And fwiw, l32 Valve covers wont work on a l67 because the l67'* injectors are in the heads so the valve cover is Built differently for it.
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So what'* the update, you ever get it started?
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So what'* the update, you ever get it started?
Honestly, I'm still kinda pissed off at it. I acquired a crank puller and soon I will drop the subframe to get to the crank pulley.

I refuse to pull that engine out again
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