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    Default balance shaft eleimination

    better than having them in

    the vibration is minimal

    you do get better performance out of the motor

    suited to a manual gearbox not so good for an auto

    to do you need a sump gasket
    the kit is aprox $60
    timing cover gasket kit from repco $?
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    Default digi dash wiring

    from old fart with thanks








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    Where can you get the kits these days? they dont seem to be on ebay anymore?

    Highly recommend doing this

    Quote Originally Posted by magna buff View Post
    better than having them in

    the vibration is minimal

    you do get better performance out of the motor

    suited to a manual gearbox not so good for an auto

    to do you need a sump gasket
    the kit is aprox $60
    timing cover gasket kit from repco $?
    tp manual efi
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    Default TM problems

    Left blank for TM specific problems
    Last edited by magna buff; 15-06-2012 at 05:07 PM.

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    Default source for kits

    try repco or bursons

    for ebay
    type in "balance shaft elimination kit"
    and several kits show up as of april 2012

    I got the rocker cover gasket
    and sump gasket from repco

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    Default diagnostics TN/TP efi / automatic

    2017 AFM (air flow meter diagnostics) inside the air filter canister

    http://www.aussiemagna.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=107173


    3 positive 4 negative
    need led tester or a volt meter with a sweeping arm
    specific information found in "emmisions and engine control systems" in repair manual
    for testing/checking / diagnosis and clearing codes after diagnosis
    ..

    Tranny Codes
    There are fail safe codes but its quicker just replace the tranny ECU

    LED numbers
    11 is normal -
    31 flashed 4 times means replace the tranny computer
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    the diagnostic charts uses codes numbers through to 36
    this is the diagnostic point for the automatic .
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    Default From the archives

    forum topics first started in 2004
    The First gen forum has 101 pages of topics many more posts

    If search function Isnt helpful look here go to page number and work back

    http://www.aussiemagna.com/forums/ar....php/f-12.html

    A brief index covering the years past topics to help First Genners

    Most details ,pics or data have been lost but for a few
    normal problems with the model asked every other year wont be added

    2004 start page 101 end page at 86---(15 pages)
    A TM turbo carby presented
    Rocker rollers discussed
    TN and a TP manual conversion done
    cold air intake carby http://www.aussiemagna.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=11889
    lowering

    2005 start at 86 end at 63---(23 )
    EFI running gas
    2006 start at 63 end at 47---(16 )
    2007 start at 47 end at 33---(14)
    2008 start at 33 end at 25---(08)
    2009 start at 25 end at 20---(05)
    2010 start at 20 end at 14---(06)
    2011 start at 14 end at 09---(05)
    2012 start at 09 end at 05--(04)
    2013 start at 05 end at 01---(05)
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    The lower balance shaft can be removed with the oil pump while the engine is still in the car. If fitting a balance shaft elimination kit, what if I just left the upper balance shaft in place with no sprocket or chain?

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    Thank you! Very much appreciated

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    I pulled the upper balance shaft out with engine in the car as far as it would move. Lopped off with angle grinder after i had covered up all the front of the motor and then pulled the remaining piece out and put in the blanking plug. Done 100k since no problems. Cheers Vee

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