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it will need pressure tested,possible head gasket but most common problem is the lower intake manifold gasket is leaking
might not have a resivour to pour into.working at sears auto ive seen a ton of cars with sealed units
haven't come by that one but your first best step rather then having the engine pulled out is to try a product called at-205.its about 10-15 dollars a bottle and ive sealed a few oil leaks and some big power steering leaks with it.its hard to find so call around
those only came in '81 '82 and '83 DeLOREANS. BUT SERIOUSLY,SOMEBODY PLAYED A TRICK ON YOU THERES NO SUCH THING.ITS FROM THE MOVIE BACK TO THE FUTURE.
the 2.0 is non interference unless its a diesel or probe.
no.you have a misfire on cylinder 3.
ok I cant say for sure what your problem is but it looks like some diagnostic procedures need to be performed.a fuel injector balance test needs done for sure along with a fuel pressure drop test.white smoke usually indicates a bad head gasket or cracked head but it could also indicate unburnt fuel in the exhaust.dont rule out the fuel pressure regulator as this could be the problem.a scan tool with live data showing fuel trims would really help you out on this issue.let us know how it goes,good luck.
I got a good main relay but it was so corroded it pulled the terminals up thru the junction box when taking out the relay.i cleaned it now the car wont start.no comm with the scan tool,no spark,no injector pulse after pluging the relay back in.thoughts?car fell flat on its face then regained power but after taking out that relay its dead in the water.
the cooling system is going to need pressure tested to find the leak as well as a possible head gasket leak test performed by either the blue fluid test or leak down test.
got rearended so hard today my hat flew onto the back seat n never left a mark on the bumper.now that's impressive.