I have a 94, and I am wanting to remove the entire PAIR system. Can someone please post pictures and a description of what exactly needs to be done? Thanks. I have searched, but am having trouble piecing together how to do this in my mind.
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cruiserdan said:If you want a "factory" look for manifold block-offs the old YR Series vans had a plate that fits perfectly. It's a 17148-41010 and they are still available.
As frankencruiser mentioned, removing everything is pretty simple. Below are some pictures of my '93 and '94 which have both had the PAIR system removed. You'll notice I have replaced the hard waterline on both with the 95+ style pipe. I also replaced the throttle cable brackets with the newer style as well. As for blocking off the holes in the exhaust manifold, you can either make a plate, or a 1/2" pipe plug works well.
Is the PAIR always working? Does it let air in on deceleration every time?
Could one rig it to always inject air into exhaust "help pass emission testing"?
I was very close to passing, maybe the open PAIR valve would help. I no longer need it in Western Colorado.