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I agree that it is something to not get too frightened about. The answer to this lies within the recent cooling system changes and the answer to the following questions. Is the replacement radiator aftermarket or oem? How about the coolant and the mixture? Did you follow manufacturer recommended cooling system bleeding procedure. At any point before the ...


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tl dr: You have to make the call if an aftermarket CAI is right for your car. We can't make the decision for you. With that said, an informed consumer is a wise consumer. There are three purposes behind a cold air intake (CAI): Allows for better airflow - You see the bellows just after your air filter now? All of the ribs there create a huge amount of ...


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Typical problems causing excessive vibrations when idling: worn out engine suspension. The engine is mounted on rubber pads, which wear out and need to be replaced eventually. damaged dual-mass flywheel (applicable to some modern engines) Typical problems causing uneven running, which can be also be described as "shaking/vibration" damaged or ...


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From the information you provided it could be a couple things including the ECM as mentioned. But Im assuming youre using an after market scanner? and you may not be receiving all the fault codes. If you do replace the ECM it would need to be coded to the vehicle. I would suggest, as a first step, to get a dealer to scan the vehicle for faults. Or even ...


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It all depends on what you want, the choice is for increased or the same engine protection - stay with stock basically. Or you want a less restricted air flow so an aftermarket filter but reducing the restriction increases the particles “eaten” by the engine likely to increase wear - but that also depends on how long you keep the car etc... This makes good ...


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