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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-29-2015, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Just a simple thread for the work on the TSi I acquired for $400 bucks day before Christmas. I was actually out surfing junkyards when I found it. Original asking price was $700 until I picked the car apart out loudly. I think once I pulled the engine codes he knew I wasn't bluffing on knowing it.

A/c works but may be little low on charge. I am surprised there. Was told water pump leaked. It did. All of it. Drove it 10 miles back to house watching temp gauge. Engine was smooth, but I kept I slow. I was surprised at the fact I made it with the water pump as loose as it was.

Overall you can tell the first, or at least first owners took care of the car and only the last one was the start of the downfall. Still feels like a good car just needs little love. Not a replacement for my Original Eagle. But just a chance at keeping another one from being scrapped so soon.

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1997 Eagle Vision TSi 3.5 214K miles.

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*TL Lux Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats
-AF
APAS Monotone Paint
ARD Radio Cass/CD/Amp,11 Infinity Spkr
BARS 90 Amp Alternator
BCES 600 Amp Maintenance Free Battery
BNMS Traction Control
BRTS Anti-Lock 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
CGDS Front Height Adjust Shoulder Belts
CGWS Next Generation Front Air Bags**
CKBS Floor Carpet
CKMS Cargo Compartment Dress-Up
CKRP Cargo Net
CLES Ft/Rr Floor Mats w/Driver Tie-Down
CSRS Passenger Assist Handles
CUFS Full Length Flr Console w/Cupholders
CUNS Overhead Console
CVBS Leather Wrapped Shift Knob
DGB All 4-Speed Automatic Transmissions
DGXS 4-Speed Automatic Transmission
DHDS AutoStick (R) Automatic Transmission
DLBS 2.5 Overall Top Gear Ratio
EAAC All Engines
EGE 3.5L V6 SOHC 24V MPI Engine
GADS Tinted Glass Windows
GBDS Sunscreen Windshield Glass
GFAS Rear Window Defroster
GNCS Sun Visors w/Illum Vanity Mirrors
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GTSS Power Mirrors, Fold-Away
GVBC All Vehicles W/Power Mirrors
GXRS Keyless Entry
HABS Air Conditioning w/Auto Temp Control
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JAAS Instrument Panel
JCBS 120 MPH Primary Speedometer
JHAS Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers
JJAS Cigar Lighter
JJBS Dual Note Electric Horns
JKFS Cowl Mounted Hood Release
JLKS Premium Body Controller
JPBS Power Locks
JPCS Power Trunklid Release
JPDS Power Windows, Driver One-Touch
JPRS Pwr 8-Way Driver & Passenger Seat
KBXP
K1WS
K3WS
LACS Illuminated Entry
LARS Message Center
LBCS Glove Box Lamp
LCBS Front & Rear Door Courtesy Lamps
LDAS Underhood Lamp
LETS Trip Computer
LMBS Halogen Headlamps
LNJS Fog Lamps
LSAP Security Alarm
MDAP Front License Plate Bracket
MMFS Day Light Opening Moldings
NAE California Emissions
NHMS Speed Control
PW1 Stone White Clear Coat
QW1S Stone White C/C
RAAC All Radio Equipped Vehicles
RAZP AM/FM Cassette Compact Disc Radio
RCKP Infinity Speakers
RDCP Power Antenna
SBCS Speed Sensitive Steering
SCCS Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
SDCS Touring Suspension
SUAS Tilt Steering Column
TAAC All Tires
TBBP Full Size Spare Tire
TRUS P225/60R16 BSW AS Touring Tires
WNKS 16X7.0 Aluminum Wheels
YAAS Build To U.S. Mkt. Specifications

Needs:
- Timing Belt Set (Done)
- Some Hoses Partially Done
- Left Rear Tail lamp (Done!)
- Front Right Corner light housing (Done!)
- Pretty sure Cradle bushings
- Struts (pretty sure they have 214K miles on them)
- Headliner
- OTIS board replacement (Done!)
- Door Panels and Leather seat replacement/repair
- Headlight Brackets (which one does not)
- Infinty Stereo or repair current one (Volume knob no worky)
- Swap tires so all Four Polish Alum rims are on.
- Inner tie rod bushings (who would've guessed)
- Brake Fluid Flush
- Oil Change
- Brake inspection (they work but I like to know) Replaced Front Pads Needs Rotors In front, rear unknown.
- Haven't found anything else yet
















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Timing Belt, Water pump, Hydraulic Ten. and Idler repairs complete. Need new thermostat housing (bleeder valve stuck) Engine runs good seems to have power.

Slapped cheap cheapest pads on front (they were metal to metal) for now.


Cradle bushings will be ordered here next week. Once they come in and I get inner bushings taken care of I may go ahead and put the car on the road legally. Drive it bout a week or so see how she does rather it will be worth the extra money for some other minor fixes. However fuel filter and plugs/wires will be done though along with a upper intake cleaned seeing I gotta take it off to fix the damn tie rod bushings.

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Only took three tries to get everything in sync! What a PITA.







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Not uncommon to be one tooth off the first time.
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Not uncommon to be one tooth off the first time.
First try we had one cam and crank synced. Second try both cams synced but not crank. Third try managed to roll crank back one and got it.
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Don't matter much now, but I like to get the belt over the sprockets, stick a rag/paper towel between the belt and timing housing on the drivers side cam, use a 18mm wrench to move the passenger side cam so that the belt falls in place and then take out the slack there and put another rag in to hold the belt in place on that cam, then get the belt over the crank sprocket in the same manner and install the tensioner.
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Don't matter much now, but I like to get the belt over the sprockets, stick a rag/paper towel between the belt and timing housing on the drivers side cam, use a 18mm wrench to move the passenger side cam so that the belt falls in place and then take out the slack there and put another rag in to hold the belt in place on that cam, then get the belt over the crank sprocket in the same manner and install the tensioner.
On the second try I did that with the second cam actually.
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RKE purchased and programmed. Apparently in 96-97 you start the programming via the DLC connector vs the Trac Control switch in the 93-95.

PolyBushings Cradle mounts ordered.
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Poly Cradle Bushings Installed.

New Inner Tie rods bushings installed.

Front Toe adjusters un frozen and anti-seized

New NGK Plugs (old ones were Autolites!) Installed

New Plug Wires (Champion)



Needs swap bar links
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And figure out why There is no TCC engagement.
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Seeing this at a quick glance it looks as tho the hood is broken, then my eyes focus better and see your other Vision in the background.

Car is looking good!!
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Poly Bushings Installed. Had to weld the Bolt Nuts on the front ones to get bolts out.

Found it needs Ten. Rod Bushings and control arms. (Basically cradle bushings went bad and they let everything else get bad because of it) Will need Rack bushings later on.

Passed Emissions been driving it. TC still does not lockup. Found lots O Glitter in pan. TC clutch prolly gone. Still shifts halfway decent. Will find another trans.

Finally Cleaned it, Did quick sweep on engine bay. Quick shine on rims.

Replaced Radio. Impressed with Stock Infinity System. Will keep it stock.

Pulled the Vortex thingy ma jig out of the intake and open the air intake box a bit. Shes roars bit more now.

Pretty sure Valve Cover gaskets are seeping. Need to replace the Water outlet with replacement. Will Paint VC when I do gaskets (If ever) and plan on sandblasting intake and either painting it or maybe try and shining it up.

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I love how all my friends with custom audio systems in their cars still think my OEM infinity system sounds better. :grins:
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I love how all my friends with custom audio systems in their cars still think my OEM infinity system sounds better. :grins:
The Sound in the ESi which is, all aftermarket does sound alot better. I just didn't expect how good the Infinity was.
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