Centripetal: I checked my clutch line and it was ok. Here is how I installed it:
1. Connect both ends to the hard lines, but do not tighten.
2. Make sure braided line is in a relaxed state, meaning it is not fighting any twist or bend in the line.
3. Tighten carefully, making sure braided line...
Check out this site for struts.
The site teaches you hot to pick the right length and pressure. You'll have to figure out what rod ends work on our car.
I got a couple of struts from them for a carbon fiber hood of another vehicle. It has been a...
I noticed a few drops of brake fluid on the aluminum pan right below the clutch slave cylinder. I have done the following to my clutch system:
1. CMC adjustment for maximum fluid displacement. See video in the link below...
Sorry, I wasn't wanting to implement SD on the FK8. I was showing the process of how I got the IAT wires on the MAF and why I did it.
I agree, MAF is definitely more accurate and to some extent, adjusts to the modifications. However, once you exceed the sensor's limit and go to a bigger...
Speed density uses manifold absolute pressure (MAP) and rpm to compute fuel.
Mass Air Flow uses mass of air with a hot wire, as you said.
In the STI, very creative programmers use the MAP, IAT and rpm to compute the the MAF value using the Ideal Gas Law. The result is the computed MAF which is...
#3 is +12V.
i think #2 is ground, #3 is 12V. This supplies power to the hot wire. #1 airflow signal output. #4 IAT sensor output & #5 supplies IAT +5V.
Take this with a grain of salt, I'm just trying to figure it out.
Cross reference the ecu pins above and the ones below. My guess is it is the BLK/YEL & PUR wires. Terminals 52 & 63 below or 4 & 5 above.
You may want to test if you got the right terminals by a test method in the STI FSM. Of course Ohm readings may be different.
BTW, I went to an external...
I think the purge system of the US is unique when compared to the rest of the world. You can find the part numbers in the UK website.
Here it is:
36164-5K8-003 flange part...
Yes but there are no electronics in part #5. So the solenoid would not know whether it was drawing air from the intake tube or boost tube. As long as the solenoid is there, there won't be a check engine light.
If it matters, my car also has the solenoid that goes into that T.
Looking at the parts diagram, there are no electronics involved with that part. Thus, there is no way for the ECU to know it has been removed. I think you can delete it without any problem.
My FK8 here in Asia has the parts the OP encircled in red.
You can also use an oil drain plug with a 1/8" BSPT hole drilled in.
Something like this:
Do take caution because the description in the above link says 1/8" BSPT, but the picture says 1/8" NPT. Better check with the seller if every you decide to...
I never noticed that the stock EVAP protruded like that. I didn't look down the tube.
Anyway, what I meant was the PRL EVAP fitting should not protrude into the main silicone tube. You can lay the flange beside the silicone port and see more or less where the end (hose barb side) would be. On...