|12-01-2012 10:17 AM|
If you're going another route, they're just plain old hose clamps.
|11-30-2012 05:29 PM|
|wakewil||ok so this just happend to me, gonna start putting it back together. does the 04's come with the screw clamps or should they all have the wierd latch type on the manifold? ive owned the car since it had 2300 miles on it so its not likely to have had it done before me|
|11-04-2012 10:29 AM|
|11-04-2012 09:15 AM|
Yes cap the intake side off so there is no Vac / MAF leaks , same with the PCV
|11-04-2012 08:15 AM|
|11-03-2012 05:11 PM|
My car turns on now, but somethings burning. It's probably oil. The cars idle is almost back to normal, but it's still a little rough. I'm thinking that there's still a leak somewhere. Which is probably going to require to lift my car up, but I'm just going to take it to a mechanic now. Since, I live on campus and the school is probably not going to like seeing me fix my car in the parking lot. As well as I'm lacking a jack and jack stands as well as some other tools that might be needed.
Does anyone have a diagram of where all the vacuum lines connect?
|11-03-2012 04:34 PM|
|11-03-2012 04:11 PM|
it goes to the little black box at the end of the rail
I was going to say... you still had a vacuum leak after fixing it. but you know that now.
|11-03-2012 03:47 PM|
|trekster||Apparently it connects to the fuel rail pressure sensor. If so, where can I find it?|
|11-03-2012 03:44 PM|
wish I had the car here, I'd snap a pic, but it's in the shop, dang it!
A moment of silence for the dearly departed alternator, please:
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