Yeah where's your 213 relay? I think Roger is on to something here.
Nice!Coolant crossover pipe cleaned up and installed. The end that goes into the block has been polished down to 1500 grit including the chamfer. Did the same for the inside of the block port. A good amount of assembly lube for the o-ring into the block as well as the port itself and it was good to go viewed from the other side (since my water pump is off).
Oooohhhh that's gonna look good. Nice score.Too many projects lately so no time for the new exhaust on this wagon. I did purchase a new oem spare key for $2 shipped on eBay. Keep misplacing the single I have. One of one on that deal otherwise I would have shared. I also bought the brushed aluminum R console trim from here.
Careful with the machining of the exhaust manifold. I had the head mating surface of mine decked by the machine shop twice over the ages. Enough material had been removed on machining #2 where the whole turbo assembly was sitting a bit closer to the head, close enough where the oil drain pipe o-ring at the motor would not seal properly and spewed oil droplets all over the bottom of my car. I had to force the drain pipe in for it to fit, and tried re-seating again with a new oring after the leak to no avail. I found another exhaust manifold, installed and problem solved.Some old stuff removed and at this point I still need to pull the water pipe free from the block (all disconnected) and pull the old rear motor mount. Some old and new parts below to include the differences in the heat shield.
Need some advice...
Time to replace the subframe bushings on this ‘98. Is the two piece Kaplhenke unit the way to go today or the Yother unit from CJ? Which is easier to install? I don’t find the former on the Yother website.
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