Sounds much better, and the valve cover Looks awesome!
WOW Orlen - your are giving me some competition in the clean engine bay department.
Nice work orlen! I know I have not been on here in a Long while.Just had some back issue's and just went yesterday back to the neurosurgery doctor for a follow up.I have to get yet another shot in my lower back for arthritis that is just kicking my @@@ literally.Great video and just on some pain meds in the time being. Ron
Well.......it's about time Ron!!
I been wondering where you been hiding lately, been worried about you!!! Glad to see you are still around and about - if still suffering from that terrible back of yours.
If only Doctors were as good at fixing people up as they were at taking everyones money.........well I guess that kinda falls out of the scope of this site, doesn't it.
It is GREAT to see you better enough to grace us with your posts again, Ron. I hope the Wife and home are doing well. I'm sure your little fleet, as like my own - keeps life from getting boring. Always something crawling out of the wish list and to do bin...
Thanks and I posted earlier today on mikes cav wagon running bad.I had to revive my old post on the 1985 fuel pumps as there no longer made,but the 1986 is the same!I know when my fuel pump was going my car ran like do do and makes you think its everything else.Plugs,wires,dis cap and or eng modile and or egr or 02 sensor.I do go for another shot this week in my back and that should help a ton! If your fuel pump fails I think the 86 would work as well just for reference,.It is the same stuff just two years newer.Thanks Ron
Great job Orlen!
Doug in P.R.
92 Pontiac Sunbird LE, 2.0, AT, Red / Black with Grey 146K miles. Hurricane Maria Surviver! ( It takes a licking and keeps on ticking ! ).....in Salinas, Puerto Rico!
Car looks good, keep the rust controlled and it will last forever.