Umm...the bold print really stands out to me.yoshicrxsi said:Hello, again.
I'm new to the B16 swap. And I got the swap done at a performance shop last week. The vibration happens when I turn the car on. I can't hear anything when I'm outside the car, but when I sit in it and the car is running it vibrates a little bit. As for changing gears it vibrates even louder at a higher rpm range. Is there any work that has to be done to the frame or inside the engine compartment somewhere? Is there a manual for the B16 engine where I can read engine codes? Cause the check engine light is also on. Thanks for the help.
yes, get that car to the shop stat, o5r you will end up like me on my old car and the shop was closed down half way through my motor swap! (not saying that will happen lol)ollie said:Umm...the bold print really stands out to me.
If you paid someone to swap your engine and now a week later its vibrating badly I'd get that car over there and get it looked at pronto!
If they are a reputable shop they should 1:look at it immediatly.2:Fix anything they did not do correctly.They are a business that gets paid to do what you paid for.Don't be shy in having them correct any problems that may be from their install!
Let us know what they say.
BTW who did the swap?