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Old 02-17-2003, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Air intake help pleeeze!!!

I think i found a very good spot to extend my ari intake to, I just need to know a couple of things.
1 what is the canister located under the stock airbox???
I think it is the charcoal thing...
2 Can i move it or hang it elsewhere and run my air intake bown the hole where it sits?
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First of all, you won't run without the evap canister. Your PCM won't let you. You'll have to relocate 2 vacuum lines, a 2-wire harness, and a fuel line to do that. Fuel line comes out the bottom, I think. It could be tough. Pulling air from behind the headlights and the driver'* side fender is preferable. Easier, and just as effective.
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Get a very little scoop and rip a hole in your hood.
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you definitly need the evap canister.
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