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Prior to tomorrow's engine and transmission oil/filter changes (5k and 20k resp.; towing the boat up into the ADK next week, and then down to Norfolk naval yard the following week, the trans is a little early but I want fresh fluid), I figured I'd finally replace the Mickey Mouse coolant flange. The hose/flange is 2 years and 30k miles old, but I got tired of looking at it.

The new flange and clamp, $20 at FCP.
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The old flange was held on by a non-loosening solid clamp. I didn't want to gouge the hose to snip it, so I 1) used a hacksaw to cut the old flange off the hose, at the end of the hose and then 2) used a short hack saw to carefully cut the flange parallel to the hose, inside the hose, making sure to not touch the hose. When almost all the way through, I was able to snap the flange's neck with a slotted screwdriver, pull it out of the hose and then easily remove the band clamp.
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New flange installed; dab of nickel antiseize to the steel bolts as I always do, and torqued to 84 in-lbs. I got distracted a few times and realized the coolant jug I thought I had was empty not full, so the job took about an hour including the bleed procedure.
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And for good measure, the clean and dry steering reservoir I installed a while back, this proving that when they weep, it's because they're in need of replacement.
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Edit: before complete reassembly, I figured it was a good time to back-spray the various heat exchangers up front with a hose. Even though they looked clean, the water came out brown at first!

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Edit: before complete reassembly, I figured it was a good time to backflush the various heat exchangers up front with a hose. Even though they looked clean, the water came out brown at first!

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I hope you backflushed the heater core too.
Kinda hard to get the hose up under the dash.

Perhaps “back-sprayed” is a better term. I flushed the air part of the heat exchangers, not the liquid part.

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I hope you backflushed the heater core too.
Kinda hard to get the hose up under the dash.

Perhaps "back-sprayed" is a better term. I flushed the air part of the heat exchangers, not the liquid part.

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Thru these hoses under the air box.
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Thru these hoses under the air box.
I'm not spraying a hose through my heater core, inside the cabin, and I can't imagine anyone would ever want to. Water destroys interiors.
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I dont mean take a garden hose and spray water inside your dashboard ***x1f642; heater core has two hoses coming out into the the engine bay. You can backflush the insides of the heater core thru these hoses #1 in the diagram. I think I read on a forum somebody did it.

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Old 07-07-2020, 07:48 PM
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I'm not spraying a hose through my heater core, inside the cabin, and I can't imagine anyone would ever want to. Water destroys interiors.
Yeah, that's not something I'd do unless the heater core was out of the car. In which case I would be replacing it anyway, so it doesn't really matter.
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As a preventive measure. Couple years ago my heater core was clogged and I wasn't getting heat from the vents. I took some pictures when replacing it. Maybe I can post a DIY if the pics are good.
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I dont mean take a garden hose and spray water inside your dashboard ***x1f642; heater core has two hoses coming out into the the engine bay. You can backflush the insides of the heater core thru these hoses #1 in the diagram. I think I read on a forum somebody did it.

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I didn't do that to the radiator, so no need to do it to the heater core. If my coolant came out any color other than bright blue, I'd agree that the system would need a flush, but there is no reason to do that to this car.

The E21, however... that's a mess.
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Just mostly finished the filter change on the transmission; of course I had to choose the first day in weeks we get rain, and an inch of it no less. And of course the E21 is blocking entrance to my garage, where the lift is. Walked the car up 4 ramps, put on only a bathing suit, and got wet lol.

Installed a Wix filter and gasket. The old filter seal was a bit rough to get out but not bad. I deformed it by twisting a large slotted screw driver against the solenoid body and then used needle nose pliers to yank it out. Drive the new seal in (wet with ATF of course) with a hammer and a 27mm socket. Took the pan inside to clean with scotchbrite and Brakleen wipe down (gave the case the same treatment), applied a dab of nickel antiseize to the pan bolts, and tightened them in CW fashion from the center-out in stages up to 84 in-lbs.

With the filter changed, I pumped in 4.8 qts plus a 10 Oz bottle of Lubegard red before fluid dribbled out the fill hole at a fluid temp of 69*C. After I took it out and hammered it, I couldn’t get the fluid temp above 80*C (normally in mid 80s) and now letting it cool down to close to 50*C for a final fluid level check and top off.

I did my last drain/fill 20k miles ago and the filter 45k miles ago. Fluid came out nice and red, and the magnet had almost nothing on it. Nice clean pan, just what I like to see. Now she’s ready to tow the boat a few thousand miles over the next few weeks.

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Just mostly finished the filter change on the transmission; of course I had to choose the first day in weeks we get rain, and an inch of it no less. And of course the E21 is blocking entrance to my garage, where the lift is. Walked the car up 4 ramps, put on only a bathing suit, and got wet lol.

Installed a Wix filter and gasket. The old filter seal was a bit rough to get out but not bad. I deformed it by twisting a large slotted screw driver against the solenoid body and then used needle nose pliers to yank it out. Drive the new seal in (wet with ATF of course) with a hammer and a 27mm socket. Took the pan inside to clean with scotchbrite and Brakleen wipe down (gave the case the same treatment), applied a dab of nickel antiseize to the pan bolts, and tightened them in CW fashion from the center-out in stages up to 84 in-lbs.

With the filter changed, I pumped in 4.8 qts plus a 10 Oz bottle of Lubegard red before fluid dribbled out the fill hole at a fluid temp of 69*C. After I took it out and hammered it, I couldn’t get the fluid temp above 80*C (normally in mid 80s) and now letting it cool down to close to 50*C for a final fluid level check and top off.

I did my last drain/fill 20k miles ago and the filter 45k miles ago. Fluid came out nice and red, and the magnet had almost nothing on it. Nice clean pan, just what I like to see. Now she’s ready to tow the boat a few thousand miles over the next few weeks.

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I need to change the ATF and filter soon, who knows when it was last done (if ever) at 171k miles.
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Glad I rechecked, I was totally mis-remembering the fluid temps; they are 30-50*C NOT 50-70*C like I had in my head yesterday. The car was sitting with a slight nose-down stance on the ramps on my driveway, and the fluid dribble occurred at 60* C (running and heating up as I was pumping and then collecting more fluid), so I’m guesstimating that the fluid level is near spot-on at 50*, perfectly level. It took another quart today, which I found very interesting. Just shows how much fluid gets held up in the TC and valve body after the test drive, and what effect ~10* has. Grand total was about 6 quarts, which is more than half the capacity of the trans (10qts). I don’t think overfilling these is a possibility, unless parked on a steep incline in ice cold temps, due to leveling by weep hole instead of by dipstick.


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Been a bit MIA, did nothing today!

But have some rear suspension items (ball joints and bushings to be done). As well as hopefully check some injectors.


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Been a bit MIA, did nothing today!

But have some rear suspension items (ball joints and bushings to be done). As well as hopefully check some injectors.


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Problem symptoms with the injectors?
I just couple of days ago replaced a speed sensor on RR...and on the 04 replaced the ps Reservoir
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Problem symptoms with the injectors?
I just couple of days ago replaced a speed sensor on RR...and on the 04 replaced the ps Reservoir
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Long story short, I’ve had long starting issues. After poking around the hood I noticed a few of the metal tabs that hold the injectors were not on properly. On top of that I was losing fuel pressure after vehicle say for a while - posted in another thread this.

Took the rail out today and noticed right away 2 out of the 6 injectors were not even seated property at all.. no wonder the clips were not on right at all. Going to clean them and test with 9V bat, replace o-rings. Check for leakage once installed again to see if they bleed fuel out.

Any idea what I can use to clean out the bores where the injector resides on the engine head? There is some grime there, tried cleaning with a rag but the hole is so damn small.. any issues with spraying some carb cleaner on those? I guess anything that gets cleaned/washed down would end up on the cylinder and perhaps burned up?

First pic - first most injector notice where the metal clip sits and and grooves on the injector are not visible.

Second pic - last 3, notice the visible grove is belo the metal clips.

Not going to say this was my issue but needless to say it will get a greased. I did have the occasional fuel smell around the engine bay now and then too.






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Pulled off the rear bumper for the first time off this vehicle....along with the some of the side trim. Replacing shock absorbers, that vacuum line for the flappy birdy, and DMTL pump. Installing trailer hitch.
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Pulled off the rear bumper for the first time off this vehicle....along with the some of the side trim. Replacing shock absorbers, that vacuum line for the flappy birdy, and DMTL pump. Installing trailer hitch.

What shocks you go with? And how many miles on yours?


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Why did you pull the bumper for the DMTL pump? (or was that just a grouped list?)

For the E83... I drove mine a half hour to do a PPI for a $4900 '05... the potential buyer wisely passed, as $3k was my max recommendation, and that was stretching it knowing the buyer is skilled.

Other than that, the E83 has taken a backseat to the E21.
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Why did you pull the bumper for the DMTL pump? (or was that just a grouped list?)

For the E83... I drove mine a half hour to do a PPI for a $4900 '05... the potential buyer wisely passed, as $3k was my max recommendation, and that was stretching it knowing the buyer is skilled.

Other than that, the E83 has taken a backseat to the E21.
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Gotcha. I did my hitch last fall and wiring harness a month ago. Hauls my boat like a dream! Heck I get better mileage with the boat behind me that some guys with an empty car!
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Technically not today, but last night I drove past my house just to get to 250k.
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