Yes they did. You will find a heatsink that the drl system connects mount at the top of the pedal bracket.awesome write up, jealous of all your cheap part finds! did canada impalas come with DRLs?
The Motor Vehicle Safety Act dictates all vehicles sold or imported into Canada after Dec. 1, 1989, must have automatic daytime running lights (DRLs). However, Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act doesn’t require the use of DRLs. Full lights must be on in darkness or poor visibility under S. 62 HTA.Just curious, do you guys know why only Canadian Impalas came with DRLs?
Maybe it's my lack of understanding, but regardless of gear and speed shouldn't the disengagement of the clutch be the same when you press down on the pedal?It's really difficult to bleed all the air out of this system. Some air will work out while you drive it. I had to rebleed eventually when I couldn't get it in reverse with the engine running. This was about six months after my install. I did start with bone dry hydraulics, had to replace the slave cylinder with new. NOTE: to actually get it to reverse bleed, you must pull UP on the clutch pedal to expose the ports in the clutch cylinder. This allows you to actuate the slave and push fluid (and air) up to the remote reservoir. Your shop may know this, but just in case.
Yep, drove 2000km on the setup no issues until the other day so really odd. Does seem like it is pilot bushing/input shaft related. Definitely should have gotten a new f-body magnum.............I'm sure you did,,,,,,,,but I will ask anyway,,,,,
You did put a pilot bearing in the back of the crank??