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Old 06-24-2011, 09:26 AM   #11
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Ok maintenance error ruled out then, i agree with looking for vac leak, gasket or vac line!
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Old 09-28-2012, 08:53 PM   #12
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Are you running a by-pass valve? You need to have one! I know the earlier PD kits did not include one. If your car runs fine when you take the blower belt off it is an air flow issue. If you have a by-pass valve installed then it is more than likely your mass air meter. Position and proximity to the blower play an important part.
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Are you running a by-pass valve? You need to have one! I know the earlier PD kits did not include one. If your car runs fine when you take the blower belt off it is an air flow issue. If you have a by-pass valve installed then it is more than likely your mass air meter. Position and proximity to the blower play an important part.
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