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  1. N9TEA - Code 5-1 should indicate an NTC issue. I bought the car with the LED flashing. Even though it started and drove well cold (area of influence for the NTC as it screws into thermostat housing) I changed it anyway (I think it had a black on and the new one is blue). Not only did it not change the cold starting (which was ok as I said) it did not make the LED stop flashing 5-1 either. The light doesn't come on right away but after warm-up and accelerating. Then it says on until shut off. Any ideas?
  2. I've been thrown in another tangent with getting my 89' ready to resume daily driving duties with having to figure out why it's overboosting. Could be as simple as boost lines - but I suspect the wastegate actuator. If the wastegate needs to be replaced then I most likely need to remove the motor mount to gain access. "While I'm at it..." Syndrome then took over and I thought for a few more nuts I could swap in the Forced Performance built T3/T4 turbo off the Danielson motor I bought. While researching exactly what the turbo was so I knew what to expect - I also started to realize it might
  3. When I parked my 89' this past winter it had started to overboost and cut out while at a rally-x. Once I realised what it was doing I basically drove home and parked it since I didn't have the time or the place to work on it. Getting it sorted now I figured I would test the different components and make sure the lines were intact. Wastegate seems OK with light pressure and suction (whatever I can do with my mouth!), the lines to and from the electrovalve were good, and the electrovalve worked properly with 12V across the terminals. I ensured the wastegate actuator rod could move, and all se
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