You are not going to find any coolant on the ground. I have a BRM and this is the story:
The coolnat flange is located on the driver side of the engine block. It has orange gasket which in time becoems britle and begins to leak.
It will leak only when the coolant reaches the operating...
Keep the ASV. Also deleting the EGR cooler will cause a delay in the coolant reaching the normal operating temperature.
Might want to take that into consideration if you live in a state with harsh winters.
1. Impressive improvement in your sentence structure.
2. Still disappointed that you continue to use i instead of I.
3. You have better chances at winning the Mega Million than selling a 17 year old car with a salvage title and issues for $8k.
4. Pictures of my 06, since you asked for them:
Not trying to rain on your parade, but:
1. Is this a troll posting?
2. No structure in the post, it sounds like a rant.
3. No use of paragraphs, also you do not seem to understand the proper use of "I".
4. Making your own windshield fluid because it's expensive? I thought it's about $2-$3 for a...
Frank does have the modified bearings that are supposed to better lubricate the cam. I have installed his cam kit in my BRM in 2014 when the car had 145k miles. It still goes strong 9 years later at 307k miles. Also, he is very helpful and provides a lot of information.
Check the pictures on these threads to see the location of the sensor:
Sensor with harness...