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Guest Message by DevFuse
Community Status Updates
Ratty2Austin → TIMBERTIGER
the 2 big lines (about 3/4 inch thick) that go into the firewall are your heater core lines, dont remove those!!! they are full of coolant and your car will overheat/leak without them there.... besides, you might want the heater to keep working too ;) the brake booster line is the 1/2inch thick vacuum line that goes to the big round can behind the brake master cyl. it should connect to it's own larger manifold connection poking off the top of the intake near the alternator.... can you attach photos to an email and send them to [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] ?
Lucky_13 → Dj0rk
Do you still have the trek?
86HatchShelby → my69opelgt
TIMBERTIGER → Ratty2Austin
hey thanks alot i appreciate all the help. i took off all the lines on my engine and got rid of that filter thing. which hose is my brake booster. also there are two lines that go out of my intake and right into my fire wall. how would i go about sending you pics to show you what im talking about? - again thanks alot for the help. [email]email@example.com[/email] (208) 816-3144
GirlWithALegacy → TheLoyale
[url]http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/showthread.php?t=100089[/url] The whole story's there. And thanks for the warm welcome.
Long time since I've posted, Just wanted to say Hi to everyone! Hope you are all doing well.
my69opelgt → Twitch de la Brat
Here is a quick phone vid [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-v5MKadt57s[/url] ill have a better one up in an hour
my69opelgt → 86HatchShelby
Here is a video from my phone. ill have a better vid up in a hour [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-v5MKadt57s[/url]
TheLoyale → GirlWithALegacy
PS: Welcome to the family =]
I think that would work out fine. No sweat. Dave
johnc → CNY_Dave
Hi Dave! How are you ?? I just took the knuckle out again from the Toyota whose hub and race you saw/worked on when I visited for your OBW wheel bearing job. Would you allow/invite/help me to press out the old bearing and press in the new with your fine HF press? I could pass by with very little detour when I return form vacation in New Hampshire on July 8 via Albany to NE PA. No offence will be taken if you find this a bad or inconvenient idea and say so!! best regards, JOhn
LegacyWagon92 → Sparkystours59
I am troubleshooting 92 wagon bought broke down. Compression good,all four spark visible, fuel pump good, using ether I should get it to fire off, time belt marks in line at tdc. should I just start replacing electronic componants until it runs?
Twitch de la Brat → GirlWithALegacy
Chit Chat... Twitch
mykingcrab → sub-terrainian
definately meant to be bro!!!! they will get you many safe miles. enjoy......
Ratty2Austin → TIMBERTIGER
(optional) you might want to keep the defrost flapper hose- this one goes to the firewall and connects directly to the intake manifold on the right side of the car... you can remove this hose if you like, but then you will not be able to change to defrost with the heater controls inside... everything else can be removed and plugged for full-emissions removal. to do this, remove all except the ones I described above, and plug the holes on the intake manifold or carb with rubber plugs. The EGR can be blocked with bolts or make a metal gasket out of a pop can and squish it in between the EGR piece and the intake. oh, and you will NEED to keep the main PCV hoses connected!! without them you will have major engine problems- but to simplfy them, one side of the engine's valve cover goes to the PCV valve on the intake, and the other side goes to the air intake box (on top of the carb) thats it! Hope this helps! ~Austin