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Posted by C///MR on May 16, 2001 at 20:10:05:

In Reply to: spark plug install? posted by Adam p on May 16, 2001 at 16:17:56:

... after you've checked the gap. I'm curoius about the winey sound you mentioned. I don't notice that with mine. Here's a site that has great info of the fuel switches on the ecu you were talking about the other day. (didn't know if you saw it) My shift rebuild kit arrived today but the new dowl pin was missing. Damn. I was under the car today looking at the tranny mounts and such. I might wait until I get a UUC shifter and do it all at once. It looks like a PITA! What is the name of the parts guy at the dealership. I need to pick up those A/C bushings and a new bracket (the holes in the bracket are worn out of round and adding the misaligned compressor)
see ya, Chris

I put in some new plugs, is there any thing special I shoulg or shouldent do? like take it easy for a 100 miles or so? or is there no break intime? C///MR and I spent about 20 min putting in the e36 m3 timing chain tenseiner, in all it is not much different for me cause the old one was not that big of a deal and rarely acted up! I have noticed that the car is a bit winey under accel conditions.. I am sure all of this will go away after the part is warn in!!





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