davism4

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About davism4

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  • Car Model and Year
    2006 sts
  • Engine
    3.6L V6 VVT (LY7)
  1. This was my car. Couldn't remember my login info so had my dad post it. we found the problem in my parking lot and the only tape I has was the duct tape. Once applied it ran much better. Hasn't set any codes in the last week so the temp fix worked. On my way now to pick up new parts. Will update after. @BodybyFisher you are correct, the only way we figured it out before looking was looking at my obd2 scanner and a very high LTFT and saw that the manifold pressure was staying steady (really high) with throttle open AND closed. So we knew it was a vacuum leak. The split in one end of the line was so big that using carb clean to find it, it didnt even get an rpm rise. It was only when my (bad) eyes saw it that it all made sense.