Internet search and seems like everyone wound up replacing the ECU. I got one for free so why not start there. Looks like I’ll actually have to diagnose itQuick internet search on the p2227 code indicates "Barometric Pressure Sensor Performance", which is;
What made you think it was the ECU the first time? I don't have the service manual with me, but it should have the steps to check that particular code, which will likely entail checking voltages and resistance to determine which one it is.
About the same. A little more contact.What does the other side of the rotor look like?
If it's the same, your pads are hanging up, preventing them from sitting flat against the rotor.
The stainless steel shims the ends of the pads sit in are sometimes a pain to get seated properly. You might have to check them possibly.
Thank you. When you say the End. Are you talking down by the frame or up by the TYou need a check valve.
I used 47245K37 from Mcmaster Carr.
It is a Check Valve for Harsh Chemicals, PVDF Body, for 1/4" Tube ID.
SACTX taught me this trick.
Put the T back in and put the check valve near the end of the drain line. This also help with cutting down on the vapor smell in the garage.
The car might lean a little downhill if it is a large enough angle,Someone please correct me if I’m wrong. My driveway isn’t level left to right. If I zero my angle finder on the main hoop then check the camber I should still be able to get the correct reading even though the driveway isn’t level correct?