I've been seeing cars that won't hold above 180 psi on the high. You drain and measure the drain down. You end up with 75% of underhood label capacity.
Create the vacuum. Using the underhood label for capacity. Recharge with a scale. A full charge clocks in at 240 - 275 psi on the high side...
Hey all I just found this forum. Wish I could say it was for a good reason. My cruze started acting up and I was Google searching for how to repair it or to try to estimate a cost. This place looks cool, just wish I didn't buy a car that had so many known issues.
Just a few days ago the number of CARiD followers on Facebook reached it's new record of 2,000,000 people!
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1. Every new sound that you don't know what it is is automatically assumed to be a catastrophic failure waiting to happen.
2. No parking spot is EVER good enough.
3. Every person out there is looking to steal/break into your car.
4. The F'ing rain.
5. Girlfriends just don't understand...
A bit about me......I buy cars....a lot of them.....over 20 in the last 13 years.
I am not a fleet buyer, I am a enthusiastic owner.
I have been a enthusiest for over 45 years and currently own 11 vehicles.....one of which is a import (Miata)
This is what I've learned over the years and I will...
1 Reason... New project car.... Goals... 350-500 WHP... More to come in near future...
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**** 1/2 way clean!!! ****
***** Updated ****
Cleaned up the hood and painted the flaking hood pins (cheap mans fix)