Infineon 2010 – Day 2

Here it sits, same as last time actually.


Hard to believe, but we managed to find a set of Koni Yellows and Suspension Technique lowering springs on an ’84 300ZX N/A in the Fremont Pick-n-Pull. Lucky find I guess.

On they went! Hopefully they’re not worn out.

A few other side things were done but weren’t photo worthy. The coolant/throttle body warmer hose, that caused us to lose 30 mins while we waited for the engine to cool off before we could fix it, was replaced and we just completely bypassed that throttle body warmer/emissions whatever part. Not gonna freeze here in CA.
The last old/brittle/cracked fuel hose on the injector rail was repaired, no more random flash fires.
The coolant temperature sensor and oil pressure sender were replaced with RockAuto discontinued/discounted parts, hopefully they work.
The intake manifold was resealed. Not sure if this was a problem but it had to be taken off to get to some of the hoses.
Found more emissions stuff and into the trashcan they went.

All in all a pretty productive day.

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~ by noodleknight on February 12, 2010.

One Response to “Infineon 2010 – Day 2”

  1. Lookin good guys!!

    Were trying to convert our auto to a manual this weekend. I know I know.. cutting it close!

    See ya at Infineon!

    The UNDERGROUND.

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