This morning I drove out to Warren, Michigan to Stephen’s shop. It’s an hour away no matter how I slice it. Wish it were closer. A lot closer. The goal was to clean up corroded terminals on the wire harness to computer brain and hopefully solve the no revving, not idling, fuel pump relay not working and clicking sounds on start up. Sound familiar? If it does, you’ve replaced or rebuilt your LH computer module. The brain that broke. Mine.
I ended up doing some research and will ship the module to Rich at Electronik Repair in Mesa, Arizona. Rich is incredibly knowledgeable on the failures and provides a robust solution. He was recommended by Kevin and Injection Labs who rebuilt my MAF unit. Incidentally, Rich’s GTS was on the cover of Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car a few years ago, July 2011. He is the original owner and has three other 928s.
Stephen’s shop at this point is four walls and a toilet. But as you can see, he attracts good company clearly because of the toilet, which I invite you to get your mind out of as I continue writing. The 944S was my car but under cover is a 951 with show quality rebuilt motor by Stephen with solid upgrades, powder coating and polish. The 911 Turbo is a ’77. They dropped the motor to reseal it and clean it up for sale. If you are interested, it will be going for market prices. I think I remember Stephen saying it has around 40,000 miles. It’s a clean, straight, original.