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Old 11-25-2012, 01:31 PM   #11
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Let's start giving people sound advice: leave pressure sensor valve and passenger line alone and block-off with $3 Subaru plate sandwiched between them. Remove: air pump, valve with no sensor (2-pin valve), driver's side line and hoses and block driver's side head with a 2nd Subaru $3 plate, remove codes with Accessport Tuner Race free program, Romraider with Tactrix, or contact tuner.
Sound advice I agree, but you can note that the 2006 models do not need to retain any piece of the system, and can take it all out if they really want. 07's are the one's that have the sensor they need to retain.

And if you are lucky enough, take the whole thing out when you have the motor out!
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