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How-To: EGR Removal VIII/IX (and charcoal/EVAP canister)

 
Old Oct 21, 2009, 04:24 PM
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Old Oct 21, 2009, 04:44 PM
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^ For what answer?

Also, here's the part I got from JEGS, the plug in the head

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Old Oct 21, 2009, 06:37 PM
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glad I came across this. Thxs
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Old Oct 21, 2009, 06:40 PM
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hum. that hole or port for the egr on the head. i never plugged that. crap i dident even know it was there. does it matter? i never had an issue but crap. i dident know it was there. haha
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Old Oct 21, 2009, 08:02 PM
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It's best to plug it on the head keep the hot air away from the intake mani.

I also love JEGS, they ship stupid quick, always!
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Old Oct 21, 2009, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Evoryder View Post
^ For what answer?

Also, here's the part I got from JEGS, the plug in the head


what happens if the vent tube gets clogged?
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Old Oct 22, 2009, 01:06 PM
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i have the EGR disabled in periphery (tephramod came that way). i still have all solenoids and lines attached. is this okay?
i will be removing the EGR valve and installing a block off plate. i like the idea of blocking the gasses coming from the head.. i'll have to pull the IM off and get to that.
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Old Oct 22, 2009, 02:08 PM
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FYI for tephra / EUDM guys. There is a different address for the 1d EGR turnoff table that MrFred Posted

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mrfred, are you sure about 1041 being correct for 96530006? It actually looks like 103d might be the right address for that ROM.
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You're right. I didn't actually check that one. I just assumed it would the same as all the later US variants. I'll fix up my original post in a few minutes.
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but won't you pass a plug in if you go into the computer like u said? visual test no worried about. what happens if the vent tube gets clogged?
Yes you will pass a plug-in if you make the appropriate ECU mods. If the vent tube gets clogged there is a possibility of vapor build-up in the gas tank. It is unlikely that you will even notice it, but if there is a drastic temperature swing from when you fill up to when you next open your gas cap you will hear the air woosh in/out. Imagine sealing off a 14 gallon bottle and changing the outside pressure (though its not enough to do any damage). The worse problem would be if contaminants got into the fuel filler via that vent tube, but the risk is low considering the shape/position/valves on it/etc.

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Old Oct 23, 2009, 07:56 PM
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Did any one notice a better MPG?
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isn't your fueltank vent also connected to the canister? if it is how will it vent? Won't there be pressure building up in the fueltank?
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Old Oct 25, 2009, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Dragracer187 View Post
isn't your fueltank vent also connected to the canister? if it is how will it vent? Won't there be pressure building up in the fueltank?
assuming it vents as my honda did, it will go to atmosphere and you may smell fuel from time to time. a bit annoying. not worth getting rid of the evap stuff, IMO.
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Originally Posted by Dragracer187 View Post
isn't your fueltank vent also connected to the canister? if it is how will it vent? Won't there be pressure building up in the fueltank?
Ummmm
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If the vent tube gets clogged there is a possibility of vapor build-up in the gas tank. It is unlikely that you will even notice it, but if there is a drastic temperature swing from when you fill up to when you next open your gas cap you will hear the air woosh in/out. Imagine sealing off a 14 gallon bottle and changing the outside pressure (though its not enough to do any damage). The worse problem would be if contaminants got into the fuel filler via that vent tube, but the risk is low considering the shape/position/valves on it/etc.
In general you should not smell any gas, if you did that would be a serious build up...probably enough to cause an explosion if parked in a garage. If there was that much bellowing going on the IM would be loaded with fuel vapors all the time.
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awsome!!
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Old Oct 26, 2009, 09:26 AM
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what happen if only install a block of plate on the manifold and block the hole on the head i lived all installed????
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This is easily the most informative evap/egr removal thread I have ever seen.
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