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This is a discussion on huge problem, please help me out if u can... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by scoobyracer03 ok so it is on the back of the motor only accessed from underneath then? Follow ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobyracer03
    ok so it is on the back of the motor only accessed from underneath then?

    Follow the link I posted, and download the zipfile - then look it up and you will know.

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    lol my bad i glanced at that thinkin it was part of ur signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgilbane
    damn....seems to me like you have everythhing in that car you shouldnt have )bov, cai, turbo timer) get rid of em all!!!!!!!!!!
    What is wrong with a turbo timer?

    I thought that just kept the turbo running so you didn't just pull the oil out of the turbo as soon as you shut the car down.
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    Not sure why you want to look at very uncommon things to fix before fixing the obvious ones. Take off the bov, the cai, and auto timer and see what happens. It's easy stuff to change as long as you have the stock parts. You should be able to switch these out in just a couple hours max. A shorty intake isn't bad, I have one. But I have one because I have a lot of other mods that more or less utilize it.

    At first it sounded like bad gas, but with mods like the ones you have they are modifying the A/F ratio and are most likely the root of your problems.

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