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Yeah if you look in the top part of the picture you can see the drip on the line. Talked with John and its not too pricey to just replace.

Here's the rest of the list

No accident damage
O2 sensor unplugged - John says its not a big deal and he prefers to run them this way
Hood secondary latch needs adjustment
Left footwell fan squeaking
Moisture in front and rear turn signal housings
Dome light not working
Driver side seat switch intermittent
CA Smog equipment removed - win
Exhaust leak from header Dr side - John recommended a removal and truing the flange surface or replacement (currently a B&B system, may need to phone our friend Rarlyl8)
Silver ignition coil - John recommended replacement with black
Leak on the turbo return line near the tank
Seepage from cam tower passenger side - recommend clean and observe
Seepage on rear of case - recommend clean and observe
Frt brakes 80%
Rear brakes 20%
Clutch has 1000miles or less on it
Rear struts and frt pass strut new

Comp test was 130-135psi across the board
Leakdown 5%,4%,7%,5%,8%,4%

John also recommended a tune up and valve adjustment since we dont know when it was last done and the plugs are the stock units and a little cold for our environment.

And that was it, what say ye pelicans, clean bill of health?

OH, and the best part, car has a LSD. BTW, John says cars with the LSD from the factory will have a "12" stamped in the transaxle case nearly every time.
- 86 Porsche 930 - Mr.Hyde
- 86 BMW 635CSi - Dr.Jeykell
- 2006 Infiniti M45 Sport

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