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Any and all things 3.4 DOHC........... by pavo_roddy
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93 DOHC in 87 Fiero. My A/C request turns on the FAN but does not engage the clutch. I tried to put two 10K resistors between pin C and pins A and B, but I do not think that 2.5Volts is the right value.
could someone tell me the voltage on pin C of the A/C pressure transducer when the A/C is operating correctly?
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gotta but in here for a min, anyone know witch way the threds are on this bolt? its allmost striped out

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or does it not come out..... my first dohc sorry.
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I had to drill that bolt out.
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Normal bolt, really fricken tight. Get a spare socket and weld it to the bolt if its too stripped. Whats a socket at autozone 4-5$? a worthy investment.
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15mm Its normally threaded. Use heat and it will come off. Light a propain torch and heat it for about 15 seconds without melting the belt. Then use a breaker bar and a .5" socket. Then repeat with the motor in the car
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i dont have a welder so i might just drill it out its pritty striped, thanks guys
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Is there anything other than the stock harmonic damper available for our motors?
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A company used to make under drive pulleys, but has stropped. I don't know if any other under drive pulleys from other engines work, I'd bet that some do.
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FFP stopped making under drive pullies? Hot damn, I should get in the buisness!
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A company used to make under drive pulleys, but has stropped. I don't know if any other under drive pulleys from other engines work, I'd bet that some do.


Not talking about the pulley, I mean the damper (the part the pulley bolts to).
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I am wondering if anyone has delt with the later manifolds with air pump provisions. Im not going to run a pump, so I guess I need to find a plug for the holes in the manifold, Has anyone delt with this issue?
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I am wondering if anyone has dealt with the later manifolds with air pump provisions. I'm not going to run a pump, so I guess I need to find a plug for the holes in the manifold, Has anyone dealt with this issue?


By "later", do you mean '91 - '93? I wasn't aware any of the '94 - '97 motors had pumps. If it's a '91 - '93 manifold I'll trade you a non AIR manifold and we can just pay shipping to each other.

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I'd bet someone in CA would pay good money for those AIR manifolds, they are pretty hard to come by.
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He bought a 96-97 engine if I am not mistaken... Interesting that it has those...
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I guess by later I should say newer. Kind back asswards the way I said it. Its a 96 engine. So most engines dont have air manifolds? I had thought that with 94 and up almost all had the air injection.
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As some may see by the picture, I also need a water outlet for the pump.
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I may have a water manifold thingy for you. PM me your phone number, I'll be in Oconomowoc this comming weekend you can come over and scavenge through my spare parts or pick up that water outlet if your around. And neither of the 94-95 engines that I have seen had the air **** on them. Im suprised its on the 96. And quit pussy footing around and build some headers!
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I may have a water manifold thingy for you. PM me your phone number, I'll be in Oconomowoc this comming weekend you can come over and scavenge through my spare parts or pick up that water outlet if your around. And neither of the 94-95 engines that I have seen had the air **** on them. Im suprised its on the 96. And quit pussy footing around and build some headers!


Well, I do have a good friend thats a welder...
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Let me know if Jeff doesn't have one. Shipping and it's your's.
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Emc, if he does not take it I really need one too zip code 95624 LMK


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...California! ... California!

If he doesn't need I'd be happy to ship it your way.
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Paul you trying to copy my avatar? Ah yes... The dark side of REVS!
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Hahaha, no I actually thought about that after I changed it. Seriously no I wasn't. I have an Enzo gauge as my AIM icon. So I changed to that icon and then thought... I think the RX7 guage would look sexy there. So I found the new icon and then I realized it looked alot like yours. Sorry, if it bothers you let me know and I'll put the other one back up.
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I was giving you **** . Now come and diagnose my car's idle.
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As there apparently are no upgrades for our dampers, I've been looking at getting mine rebuilt. I think I'm going with http://members.aol.com/damperdoc/ . My damper is off a crate motor that's never been started, but it looks like it was used as a weight for a lobster pot. This outfit does black powder coating while it's apart. He'll do any color if you supply the powder. $80.00 with the powder coating or $65.00 without.
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I've been searching around and I haven't found an affordable or complete rebuild kit for the LQ1. Can anyone direct me to a such place?
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I've been searching around and I haven't found an affordable or complete rebuild kit for the LQ1. Can anyone direct me to a such place?


try gmpartsdirect.com

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I guess I'll need to find a water outlet thinger. Emc209i, still got one? anyone else?
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just checking the 3.4 has a 1.25in radiator hose right?
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Yeah, sorry about that Dave, I really thought that my spare engine had one on it, but I guess not. Keep us updated on the swap!
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does the spare engine have an alternator?
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try gmpartsdirect.com



I've been searching that site for engine kits, and they do not have them. Actually I'm in need of a re-ring set. I tried autozone they had very nice prices how ever they do not ship to Sweden.
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I've been searching that site for engine kits, and they do not have them. Actually I'm in need of a re-ring set. I tried autozone they had very nice prices how ever they do not ship to Sweden.

Well, If you wanted to paypal me the money or send it to me for parts and shipping, I could get them for you and send them to you.PM me if interested

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Doesn't someone make a gapless ring kit for the 3.4? I could have sworn they did? Sealed Power maybe? I see you posted on 60degree, you should try searching over there for the gapless ring kit.

And no the spare engine doesnt have an alternator, the engine is in pieces, basically it is a short block right now with a few odds and ends on it. I just thought that the coolent thing was still on it, but I guess crate engines dont come with those on them.

Edit: check this out for info on gaples rings: http://www.60degreev6.com/s...hlight=gapless+rings Maybe that isnt a good route to go?

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