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Old 12-05-2005, 05:17 PM   #1
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Question Trouble with install. Where does it go!?

I am currently in the middle of an install of the JRSC. The problem I'm running into is that I have one plug that needs to be plugged in, but I can't figure where it is supposed to go. It's a three pronged wire, red, gray, blue. It comes out of a larger clump of wires towards the back near the firewall. This is my first attempt at installing a forced induction kit, so bear with me.


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I think it's the alternator plug, but I didn't install that part of it and I can't see it with the new compressor in the way. Thanks in advance for the help.
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Actually, I answered my own question about that one. Thanks. Second question. On the back of the new intake manifold, there are two posts that are for vacuum lines. One is hooked up, but the other one is not and there was nothing in the instructions about hooking up anything to it. Could that be for a boost gauge? I have a boost gauge to hook up to it if it is. After that is done, the only thing i have left is to route the belt and get my ecu sent back to me.
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One of the vacuum fittings is for the bypass valve hose. The other fitting is for the hose running from the SuperCard Fuel Injection module that goes in the fuse box. For those that are installing the Ford BBK, the factory tune does away with the SuperCard, so that hose can be removed and the intake vacuum fitting should be plugged. As far as the boost gauge goes, there is a threaded brass plug on the back of the manifold, just next to the two vacuum fittings, which is your dedicated boost port.
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Thanks. I got all that done.
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