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Old 07-16-2018, 10:06 AM
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lol, having a baby in the next 4-5 weeks so i know the struggle lol
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Running into a couple of hiccups. Not sure how to go about the PCV system. Not sure if I should ditch it and try run a little breather filter and possibly plugging the other hole in the intake? Not sure how I would go about doing it. Also running into issues with the FPR > MAP routing. Can't seem to find my MAP or any of the vacuum line to run it. Wondering if it would work to just get a new MAP sensor and run flexible vacuum line type stuff as opposed to the hard plastic stuff? Thoughts/advice anyone?
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And I live on the west coast of B.C, car will be summer driven and we only really hit 30`C a couple weeks out of the year. Is the A/C worth keeping? The condensor has a spun bearing or something in it so I'd have to have it fixed and recharged or replaced. Not sure if it's worth the cost.
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