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Old 10-13-2018, 02:59 AM   #8
JDMJNKY
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Member#: 253498
Join Date: Jul 2010
Chapter/Region: SCIC
Location: sOuL-CaLiFoRnIa
Vehicle:
02 RSTI
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FFWD. Some oem parts arrive, some installed. Basic misc, parts were ordered: hoses, clamps, vacuum lines, inlet to EBC, TMIC to Inlet, inlet to BOV. Bolts for AC compressor, adjuster nut & bolt for the tensioner, belts, acc. cover.



With the arrival of parts, I'd bounce back and forth from bay to interior. This car was dusty all around. I removed the dash to do away with the old analog AC and upgrade to the newer digital/auto HVAC. I'd also use this time to test horns and the alarm system.








Previous owner had no clue as to what the ecu & immobilizer really meant, I'm just glad the one I had for sale, never sold. It came in handy like many of the other parts I used to finish this car up.



I've been saving this for almost a decade, pretty stoked I have a car that I'd like to install it into.



Aug & Sept. were VERY hot months; fetching this old ez-up would change working outside for the better. At this point the engine was ready to fire up. Fresh oil & filter, at this point unbeknown to me, the car had sat for 2yrs. I loosely set the interior back in JIC I'd need to pull it once more.







I didn't post the start up videos but after a successful start up, I took this image. Everything went well except for the t stat not opening, which is a major-minor step back.
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