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Help me get my car sorted after accident repair

Well, my car is back in the garage after almost 11 months in the shop.

This has been a long struggle and the car is not yet back to its prior state. There a apparently lots of issues either not addressed or improperly addressed.

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The WUR vent line was hooked up to the BOV signal line. I hope it did not rupture the diaphragm. The car is running richer than I remember, could this be it?

Also, the rear engine to chassis rubber seal does not seal properly. It is if is the tin sits too high in the lh side.
Can I just use a jack under the engine and remove the engine mount bolts and lower it down to re situate the seal?

I will continue to post questions to these small issues since it has been almost a year since I've worked on this car.

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The WUR vent line was hooked up to the BOV signal line. I hope it did not rupture the diaphragm. The car is running richer than I remember, could this be it?

Also, the rear engine to chassis rubber seal does not seal properly. It is if is the tin sits too high in the lh side.
Can I just use a jack under the engine and remove the engine mount bolts and lower it down to re situate the seal?
I believe that if the diaphragm is ruptured the car should barley idle and gas will be going into the air cleaner from the wur vent port. Alternatively, you could pressurize the wur with a Mitivac to 5 psi and see if it holds pressure.

Loosen the bolts where the console attaches to cross beam, level the powertrain and re-torque those bolts.

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