Nice! If your friends with that guy your alright in my book for sure. I'm a little further out west and you really don't see anybody build these here but they've all heard of em. It's like havin a unicorn or somethin so nobody ever has anything bad to say about it but then again not too many can build turbo cars either and I'm not entirely sure I can sometimesAlso fellow Nebraska person is cool to see especially with this project. GTPower and i are old friends and ive been in and out of the 3800 stuff. But i buy and sell stuff to often for it to matter lol
I never would've thought if that either. I did think I shoulda updated to an iat maf but it's whatever placement is right behind throttle body so other than heat soak it should at least be fairly accurate. I'm just gonna jam one of the two oem sensors back in it and if the needles somewhere in between nothing and everything I'm gonna call it good. I'm just glad it's holding now and I didn't screw somethin up somewhere as deep as I've been in it so far.crap i forgot about that, shit
some of those long sensors are 4 wire with a fuel pump switch activated by oil pressure with the pressure sensor on the other two pins.
sometimes the iat intergral MAF's are kinda nice for simplifying stuff
Nevermind it's for my boost controllerSo, I go to see how bad this dipstick grommets gonna make me cuss and I find at least one broken wire hangin...maybe my closed loop issue? Looks like black and red and I know it's a shitty pic but that's close to where factory o2 would tie into the harness. I just remember o2 colors bein purple pink and brown tho. View attachment 89170
Also I swear it's losin coolant somewhere unless it's workin bubbles out but everything's wet down there from all this screwin around so I guess time will tell on that.
Anyways I'm gettin real close to takin it for a drive.
I think I had a similar issue on my 04 with the crap ZZP extension harness. All the sudden my wideband would peg lean and the car would chug until restart. Shit was that annoying til I replaced it.My recent O2 sensor headaches on the Cressida were directly related to poor power/ ground performance with my GM pcm
Because the O2 sensor heater circuit didn't have enough voltage for the PC M to continue operating because of voltage drop the p c m disabled the O2 sensor feedback and heaters.
It's part of the low voltage / alternator is dying get the customer to their house limp mode managment