I'm starting the install party this weekend. Any tips from you Roe experts, 1Tony1, Macedo, Tator, Roe.....? /images/graemlins/smiles
Thanks for the tips DW! I did get the better injector connectors from Sean. What is the additional "sensor ground" wire related too?David Weaver said:Ian, if you follow Sean's instructions, you will have no problems. He put as much time into the instructions as he did the blower. Solder and heat shrink the electrical connections. Replace the injector connectors. It is very simple. Make sure you use a good ground for the additional "sensor ground" wire. I use the ground lug beside the left headlamp, just beside the support hinge spring. Some people use the valve cover bolt but it is my personal preference to use the factory ground lug. Follow factory wiring harnesses when possible. I have seen the VEC harness tied to the spark plug wires, that caused some major problems. Try to isolate the VEC connections at the back of the driver side valve cover as far away from the plug wires as possible. Be careful when you remove the metal piece from beneath the windshield, don't even get close to the glass!!!! Good luck
Thanks Tony, I do have a 180 thermostat ready to go in. The angle drill sounds like a good idea, its tight down there.1TONY1 said:Change the thermostat while the intake is off. An angle air drill with a swivel at the hose connector makes pinning the crank quick and easy job. Do the injector connectors on the work bench...not after the harness is back on the car. Have fun.