OK from where I left off last time, had codes p0410, p0300, p0302, p1519 and a p0105 I think the last one was!!
anyway, the recent ones are p0410, p0300, and p0302.
the new shut off valve did the trick on the p0410. I did buy the check valve just in case but it was not needed at this time.
new coils ,wires and direct coil boots fixed all misfires, p0300 and p0302
as I was troubleshooting all these codes I came across many rubber vac line connectors that were just old and about to fall off their lines. so I tracked down as many as I could and replaced them with store bought vac hose rubber... p1519 (MAP sensor) has a vac line on the bottom of the sensor that was barely held on by a hair piece of old hose. code fixed!
the MAP sensor is located right next to the first intake tube of the intake manifold. one screw holds the sensor on a bracket and vac line runs out the bottom of it.
next was just a surprise fix. p0105 which is the cam adjust solenoid...I pressure washed the engine months ago when I found that the solenoid was leaking oil. got most of the oil off of it back then. but apparently I did not wash it good enough.
I was cleaning out the supercharger connector with contact spray and noticed that a lot of oil had again leaked out around the solenoid. so I just started spraying that whole area with contact cleaner. I notice that it was cleaning a lot better then the pressure washing I did awhile back. I popped off the solenoid connector and oil drops came out of it. so sprayed that along with all the wiring in that area. soaked it down!
cleared all the codes and went for a drive...bam!!! NO CODE!!!!
drove about ten miles and nothing...hope it stays that way!!!
OK another supercharger question,,,,
up til now I assumed that my SC clutch was always on because the face of the clutch was always spinning at all rpm's. I've seen many vids showing this condition where the clutch face spins while the clutch was engaged.
So my question is. has there ever been a case, where the face of the SC clutch is spinning but the clutch itself was not engaged???????
here's what I'm seeing. while the engine is running and I work the gas from under the hood I can bring the rpm's up slowly and I when I hit 2000 rpm's I hear the SC kick in!!!! I hear it because its old and it make noise to begin with. but I can hear it kick in at 2000rpm's every time I hit it...
also, when I unplug the SC I get a code for it. but when its plugged up and running no codes?????