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    1994 XE
  • Place of Residence
    Portland
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1994

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    Oregon
  • Country
    United States

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  1. Thanks! Original job somehow. Was lucky to get this 1 owner from a older lady who bought it new in 94 and has kept it in the garage. Still has the lighter blue pinstripes pretty well intact. Also helps to live in the Pacific Northwest. lol I believe its is Sapphire Blue, or Blue Jade. Navy blue to me lol
  2. That is really great to know! I will look into it more if I am to experience anymore trouble. You guys have been a great help. I swapped the oil soaked starter and it started great for a time. Then the intermittent issue returned. I took the 6 screws out to get the ignition switch and sure enough the 4 out of the (I think 5) clip in points for the ignition switch were broken. Resulting in the improper seating of the ignition switch, and I'd bet dollars to donuts that's where the issue lied. $30 bucks later, a new switch, and no further problems thus far.
  3. I was having intermittent one click no crank, no start. Recently I went to start the rig, and there was not even the "1" click, just nothing at the turn of the key. Dash lights lite and door chiming confirming battery is good. Smacked the starter with a wrench, the one click came back, and eventually cranked and started right up. Does this eliminate the possibility that its the ignition switch, and confirm it has to be the starter going out? I only say this because the previous owner has history of the starter being replaced several times for whatever reason.
  4. Drug the kid out of bed and drove up Logie Trail. Not a bad morning.
  5. Thanks for the info! I took off the MAF and housing and gave it a good cleaning. I also switched back to a wix filter because I’d heard horror stories of the knandn getting oil on the maf, crap sticking to it, and sending fooey voltage. Also cleaned about 2 shop towels worth of carbon build up from the throttle body housing. Running like a top now.
  6. Thanks for the info! I took off the MAF and housing and gave it a good cleaning. I also switched back to a wix filter because I’d heard horror stories of the knandn getting oil on the maf, crap sticking to it, and sending fooey voltage. Also cleaned about 2 shop towels worth of carbon build up from the throttle body housing. Running like a top now.
  7. Can’t put a video up till I figure out the intermittent idle surge and stall at idle. I think I’ve found the culprit, got a connector on the way. Hoping it’s not the iac
  8. 94 is giving me intermittent idle surge and stalling at idle. I am hoping I have found the culprit and it’s not iAc. Any thoughts are welcome. Got a new connector coming, going to start there.
  9. Finally got rid of the hideous stock exhaust and tip. 2.5 cat back with the shortest magna flow I could do. Unfortunately no off road adventure yet. Mostly family errands. Can’t wait for the summer
  10. Lol yep new exhaust is this week! And yep 15x8s and cant remember the offset currently
  11. Got the wheels back from the 99
  12. Great input thanks man. I’ll be off-road but I don’t think too crazy. I think these and working on the torsion bar should would for now?
  13. Great info thanks! I’ll most likely do that. Really don’t want too have to relocate or extend anything if I can get away with it.
  14. So if it’s a suspension lift like this one, is less relocating and extending required? New to this .
  15. That’s what I thought.

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