what does ECU Temp Sensor control? My 91 runs like it was designed to run. tore out all the smog crap, put in 4 port injectors and the torque is great and the fuel consumption is significantly improved. it is so smooth like it is a different engine entirely.
I have Pioneer that is hot to Red and Black ground but the Yellow and Orange no juice. is there another fuse location? stereo fuse is good and the #1 Main is good. This stereo came out of the 92 and worked fine. now it won't lite up at all. and we re-checked every harness connection twice
I have this 91 all bolted back together and drivable. my last concern is the routing for the hood release cable. it is currently cable tied to the main harness but from the old crashed fender wall it looks like these black clips that are higher up might be it. yeah I should have taken pics...
I'm in Village Oak Creek and only 1 mechanic shop. they focus on small repairs for the locals and refused to take on the blown head on the 92. so I had to do it myself twice. it blew again so I gave up on that engine. the crashed 91 ( attacked by a mesquite tree going 15 MPH) has a leaking...
OK so you found brass to fit the big thread one? what size is that? or did you drill and tap for the 1/8 fitting? I thought the FPR was regulated as a function of demand at idle. I am not even remotely qualified as a mechanic. my local guy for 20 yrs refused to work on either that blown head or...
did you tap that fitting for a 1/8" vac tube adaptor? the line on there currently is bigger than standard vac line hose. And is the vacuum at that point pulling as uniformly as from the top of the TB???
I'm pulling to the FPR from the top of the TB
what is the BVSV and can that line get capped? also can the FPR vac line come off side of intake plenum or needs to come off top of TB lines? I can't quite see which line that is.
I removed all of the EGR stuff.
any chance you can send a pic of where the vac lines coming off the TB go? I was raiding parts off the 91 for the 92 with the blown head. that head blew 2 more times so I gave up on that engine and went to sheet metal work on the 91.