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weber questions: vacuum hoses and valves
Posted 21 February 2010 - 06:44 PM
do I need to reconnect the egr hose?
how about the idle cut off solinoid?- the old one doesn't fit on the weber
which of vacuum hoses can I get rid of? like the ones on the air control vacuum valve.
sorry for the long question, I'm just a bit lost with where to rout some of these hoses, and everybody on this site has helped me out a bunch in the past, so thanks in advance for any insight you all might have.
Posted 21 February 2010 - 08:09 PM
Posted 21 February 2010 - 09:33 PM
As for your broken valve..that has to do with the hitachi. Subaru had a complicated system of temperature activated valves to open up vacuum to certain areas and that was one of them. You dont need it with the weber so yank away.
Posted 21 February 2010 - 11:07 PM
Also I yanked out the anti afterburn valve and the air control valves. I just caped the hoses leading to them right at the manifold. it was a big spaggetti bowl of hoses that are gone now. that all seems fine, I just hope there isn't some reason I need those that i can't think of.
I capped the vent hose going to the cannister also just cause there is no port on the carb where it is supposed to connect to. there is just a hole there.
Also how is important is the idle cut off solinoid? my old one doesn't fit into the port that the weber has. do I need to get a new one or can I just leave it.
if any of you guys see somethine that doesn't sound right that i've done or have any other thoughts on this I would love to hear it. thanks a bunch.
Posted 22 February 2010 - 12:10 AM
You don't need the idle-cut solenoid.
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