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VitriumGTS




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coolant temp sender? That has no bearing on the idle, it simply relays the temp of the coolant to the cluster...

i think you mean the coolant temp sensor, which lets the ECU know whats going on. If it IS the problem you might want to see what readings you get from it when its cold and when its warmed up



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This is a shot in the dark for me. But if I recall in my 2000 Camry, it would idle high (2300) when the coolant was cold. I believe it's to promote a faster warm up. It could be the same in this case. The temp sensor it self isn't going to change the idle, but the ecu is.



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mine was running a high idol as well (like 3100). I flushed all the liquids (Oil change, and coolant) and it dropped it back down to about 1800. still not prime but its gettin there.



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yea thats what i ment...the temp sensor...well my idle is around 1300 now...its gettin there...
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Hey guys. I have a bit of a problem. I've done a 20v conversion in my AE86 and would like to keep running power steering, however, the only vacuum line I have is the one show in this picture that goes to the VSV EVAP

Therefore I have nowhere for the return hose to go from the power steering pump. Any ideas?

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Do anyone know where the hose that says "to power steering" go to?? The PS pump or the rack? Thanks!





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That line (and another) both go to the steering rack assy.

The idea is that the airflow is adjusted when the steering is moved (like a power steering pressure switch)......

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Quote, originally posted by s24a »
That line (and another) both go to the steering rack assy.

The idea is that the airflow is adjusted when the steering is moved (like a power steering pressure switch)......

yea I finally figured that out a few weeks back.. the other hose comes from the bottom of the plenium/box... it turns out that my car doesnt have those vac hoses on the rack so I'm just goina keep them plugged.

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Why do you need 2 filters on that one vaccum line? or should I say one way valve....





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i have a 1st gen silver top ITB here. it has only one filter in that line.

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good look.......



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Does anyone know why you shouldn't loop the heater core lines? Just wondering.
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so from changin 20v st to bt... can i cap off line a and line b. .. what do i need to do with vac line c... thanks in advance

correction it would be D ( the one that connects to plenum)




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Hey Vit,

Is your throttle opener original, was wondering where I can get the same, I need the second cable connector for a cable that goes to my A/T tranny. wanna swap?


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Had a few question about the brake booster hoses First, I have the BLacktop so there are 2 outlets for the brake booster, what I was thinking of doing was taking the front one (the one nearest to the timing belt) and swapping that one at the rear port/hole near the tranny then taking off the rear one and just plugging up the front one. Is that okay? Also ISC will that clear the tranny? I haven't bolted it on yet but looks like it won't clear, especially if I put on a small fitler on it. Please let me know. Here's a picture to better explain what I plan to do. Thanks


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If you're putting this in a RWD car, just remove that whole vacuum rail, it unbolts... And just run the brake booster off the large line that feeds the rail for those.



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does it matter which brake booster line you use?! can you cap one of them?



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No and yes

Doesn't matter which one, cap the other one.



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one more question
do you need that white valve...labeled "To MAP Sensor"?


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To map sensor only applies to blacktop 20v's. The silvertop is air flow meter based and won't have that.
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To map sensor only applies to blacktop 20v's. The silvertop is air flow meter based and won't have that.

ok...but i do have a BT and that part is missing...i want to know if i could just run a vacuum hose straight to the MAP sensor with out that piece.

thanks

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Any idea what this is (circled)?
It looks like its hooked up to the charcoal canister, and a port in the manifold, so if i dont have a charcoal canister, can i just plug the port?



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Yep, just plug it



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can u just plug the vapor gas line too??

i cant seem where to plug the PS vacuum line?? can sommeone have a pic?



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hi all! iam in need of your help! can someone post picks of their st to bt conversion??? i want to c how u set-up the map and iat sensor. thanks in advance!
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Hi guys

In the pic below, next to the powersteering line there is a outlet that says "to charcoal can". Can anyone please explain this? Not sure what they are refering to. Thanks

Cheers



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charcoal can vacuum... in charcoal canister there are 3 ports.. one from the fuel tank, one that goes out to the engine vacuum and one on the bottom as a purge... all it does is filter the gas fumes coming from your gas tank and sucks it into the engine to burn off...
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im doing the blacktop 20v into ae86 swap. i removed the charcoal canister as i dont see the use of it. the complete vacuum rail has been removed by the previous owner and i cant seem to figure out where everything goes.

1. FPR connects to where?

2.i dont have those 2 "to brake booster" hoses on the FPR side of the throttle bodies.. where would i source vacuum for the brake booster?

3.there are 2 banjo fittings on the distributor side of the throttle bodies.. im guessing they are fuel related. which one is feed and which one is return?

4. theres is a brass fitting hooked up to a sensor on the distributor side of the throttle bodies on the underside.. where does this hose connect to??

.. i have a good feeling that some of my questions may eliminate each other.

PLEASE HELP

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i am doing the swap blacktop running with manual ECU on a corolla gts. No power steering no ac no charcoal canister. I took all the railing and now left with a lot of vacuum ports that needs to be connected on something or plugged up. I read up on the thread and still seem confusing. can any one post a pic of ports that need to be plugged and ports need to be connected with my setup if you have any thank you so much.
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To those having problems with their high idle. You could remedy this by connecting adjustable valve on the ISCV tube. Adjusting the volume of air being suck by the ISCV tube regulates the idle of your engine.
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