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Old 12-17-2004, 02:45 PM   #11
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Do I have to do all of that? Its not possible to just unscrew the old TB, then screw the new one back on? I dont mind filling holes, but I got to remove the canister for it to work? acf is no problem.
All you have to do is get a L67 TB, fill the coolant holes, and sand it down flat so it seals right. Since you have a 97, you have a vac controlled tranny (4t60) with 2 vac ports on your TB. Now the L67 TB is only really found with one vac port because it'* on 4t65 cars. So the reason you have to get rid of the canister is because you'll be left with one less vac port on the TB. But if you get a T fitting somehow you can re connect the canister. I'm not running a charcoal canister and i'm not having any problems but it'* emissions equipment and you'll need it to pass inspection.

If you don't get what i'm saying just lemme know i'll try and break it down as much as i can.
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Use a T-fitting to stop any check engine light from coming on. Here'* a pic of my setup:



To the right is where my FWI goes down into the bumper cover to suck up cooler air from the road. Also you don't need an AFC if you just remove the canister, but any changes to the TB require one.
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Use a T-fitting to stop any check engine light from coming on. Here'* a pic of my setup:



To the right is where my FWI goes down into the bumper cover to suck up cooler air from the road. Also you don't need an AFC if you just remove the canister, but any changes to the TB require one.
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