I have a 1988 Volvo 240 wagon which has just failed California smog test as a gross polluter We've replaced the catalytic converter, O2 sensor, thermostat and have inspected it for vacuum leaks. The NOx reading is still over 3,000.
Anyone know much about these cars? They're usually pretty simple and I've never had one fail a smog test before.
i have located the leak to the back of the engine towards the windshield. Not the radiator or radiator hoses. Its a small hose i think it might be a heater hose. Is it hard to change and how can i be sure this is it. A lot of coolant drips from here. What else might it be leaking from back there. Hard fix?? Thanks
1989/1990 can i take a superchagered 3.8 and swap it for a none sc 3.8 and still use the superchager
I have a 1994 V6 Camaro and it won't start. My dad decided to unplug or take something out of the engine for it to not start. The car cranks, but that's it. I found some stuff unplugged near the intake but that was about it. The guy is going blind and has gone crazy. I need to use my car and that guy won't speak to anyone. Any info on what he took out would be nice. Thanks