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Old 05-28-2005, 11:46 AM   #1
EcksJay
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Default Got the 2.5 swapped in, now a bunch of questions...(HELP!!!!!)

I started working on the 1.8 to 2.5 swap last night, and it's almost finished. Couple questions are:

Is this blue plug off the 1.8 harness important? What does it go to and how do I get it there?

I assume that it plugs into this?

What about this hose? I don't really remember disconnecting it. It comes out of the coolant pipe below the intake.

Is this retained at all?


I've been working on it all night, and let me tell you, it's been interesting. In case anyone was wondering, you can take the engine and tranny out as one unit. The two were seized together, and I had to take them both out to get them apart.
I really hope that I can get this wrapped up soon

Seth

BTW, engine is a 2001 2.5, car is a 93'
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Old 05-28-2005, 12:02 PM   #2
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hey, i did that swap about a yr. ago, that i forget which is which, but theres 2 connectors that look like the blue one in the picture, a blue one and a red one. One is for the egr and one is for the map sensor, for the throttle body. Did u take pictures or mark what everything was connected to before you pulled the motor?

g/l

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Old 05-28-2005, 12:05 PM   #3
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oh, also that hose, its suppose to flow coolant through the throttle body, and back into the block, just bypass the throttle body and put it back into the block on the other side of the throttle body.

And that canister i think is the charcoal canister, you prolly should retain that, i didnt, i kinda half ass'd some stuff, but my car only runs 85-90%

-mikey
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