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  1. ProfessorZ
  2. 99showner502
    01-26-2010 01:33 PM
    yyeah man i have i only spent 300 for my wheels but i had belts poking out of the tires so i needed them plus my rim was bent
  3. h22a4sam
    01-25-2010 11:21 PM
    Should have put the money you spent on those wheels into getting that car running half decent. I hope you have learned from all this.
  4. 99showner502
    01-07-2010 11:53 PM
    Dude you have alot of issues with all that hair on your face lol
  5. h22a4sam
    12-27-2009 03:53 PM
    Dude you have a lot of issues with that car. I hope you got it dirt cheap.
  6. sunnyde
    12-24-2009 10:25 AM
    bro, lemme get yo wheels ill pay for the shippin
  7. aDoG
    12-22-2009 08:05 PM
    ball joints?, bearings?, axles? could be a few things and breaks sound would be like scrapping sound, i would have to ride in the lude to hear it lol
  8. ProfessorZ
    12-22-2009 08:25 AM
    Well if you say the noise was there with your stock wheels also then it's not the wheel hitting the brakes. Is it only when you turn or just all the time? If it's only in turns there is a good chance your axles are bad and need to be replaced.
  9. xxfallacyxx
    12-16-2009 10:56 AM
    It's tough for me to be more specific from x,000 miles away you know? I can't really see your car or it's wiring, or confirm if it was done properly. All I know from what you told me is that you have a switch for fogs, and appear to have the wiring to them. All I can suggest is hook up some fogs and turn the switch on. If everything is done properly by a previous owner worst case scenario is you blow a fuse. Other than that everything you do is at your own risk you know? GL man!
  10. Rosko
    12-15-2009 08:52 PM
    Looks like you have a 5th gen so that means you car is obd2. On an obd2 car its hard to run that manifold because it doesnt retain egr. What people will do alot of times is leave the egr plugged in to the harness to try and trick the ecu in the car that egr is there and working which is what someone probably attempted on your car. Even with obd2 tho the ecu still will usually have a check engine light because it is able to sense that the egr is not installed and working properly, even tho it is plugged in. If by chance it is workign properly, unplugging it will most deffinately cause a check engine light if theres not one already.

    To be able to run the manifold without an egr and no cel's you would need to convert to an obd1 ecu such as a P28 and tune the car. The P28 ecu doesnt use egr so therfore it would not cause a check engine light.

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