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Test it in a pan of water on the stove. With a thermometer you should be able to watch when or if it opens. I always test thermostats before...
5-7 psi is probably not enough. I typically pump my Motive bleeder to 15 psi. Try that first.
Yes, the compensating throttle inside the intake plenum runs off vacuum. The air pump supplies air to the cats during the first moments after startup.
PM the address.
"Driving for pleasure", is specifically permitted under the Governor's order.
The fans aren't going to run until you have at least 190 in the radiator. Keep running/bleeding/driving.
You need a fully charged battery. Take care of that first.
I have a guy here that I send cars to who does upholstery and tops. It's not something I would do myself. There are almost certainly guys near you...
Perhaps the thermostat has failed.
Look carefully, is it actually a crack? Here's a picture of the same part. There is a casting mark in the same place. Unfortunately the part...
Get an IR thermometer gun from Harbor Freight.
Make sure it's full of coolant. You might need to bleed the air out. Run it and measure...
To replace the entire top? $8K isn't even close. Back off and take a few more pictures so I can see which part is cracked.
Post a video showing the problem.
Is the battery fully charged? Low voltage can cause problems.
[ATTACH] A Collector plate won't be a problem in most circumstances. The only place that you might get trouble is if the same cop sees you in rush...
I have no idea what the "E2" you referred to is. What are the symptoms? What do you mean by "stop working"? Does the pump run? Is the engine lid...
A healthy cooling system could withstand significantly more pressure than the cap will permit. Your heat exchanger has failed, I doubt it was...
Sounds like you've got the sides out of synch. It's been 20 years since I messed with one of those.
It looks like you have the bolts removed. You should be able to move the tray enough to get the hooks out. Cutting them will also work, as will...
Quite a design isn't it.
You should be able to remove the hooks without removing the tray.