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Old 02-11-2005, 12:03 AM   #1
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it doesnt say that it supports 96 but it might work, you will need a AFC tho
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I would contact ZZP and see.
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What is an afc?
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Talk to ZZP he will hook you up with the right stuff and explain everything to you.
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Yes it will fit. But you will be missing a vac port on the throttlebody for your charcoal canister. You can just leave it unplugged, or hook it back up with a t fitting. I know Allmachtige did that. as long as it'* plugged in electronically it will not set a code.
That MAF sensor is not only diffrent from yours but it is also letting more air past it than it can tell due to porting at the base of the MAF post. So, your going to run lean. If you get a mini AirFuelCalibrator (adjusts maf frequency to add or decrease fuel), hook up a scan tool to your car and adjust the mini afc till your no longer running lean
Your Long term fuel trim should be at 128 or 0% if its higher than 128 or +% then it'* running lean. Your short term fuel trim fluctuates alot more but on average should be at 128 or 0%.

I'm sure this seems overwhelming but, if you need help either installing the TB or tuning the afc, i can walk you through the hole procedure.
Just pm me or post in here as i'm sure i'm not the only one that can help you.

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