- Mar 12, 2019
Does anyone have a spare throttle cable bracket for a b230? The intake manifold I bought did not include this part.
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The fitting going into the filter was stripped on my car so I used one of thesegotta figure out fuel lines from here
I used to be better at this. I think C is where you would mount a mechanical fuel pump.
If no one offers up a throttle bracket, I can grab one at the pull a part. There's a couple 240s in that I want to check out.
A - to interior vacuum actuated HVAC flaps, controlled by the 3 black buttons. Should come from the intake plenum, through a one-way valve.Time to play "What's That Thing!?"
A - Vacuum connector goes into the firewall, wasn't connected to the engine
B - Maybe part of the air conditioning system? Was mounted to valve cover
C - Under the fuel pressure regulator, maybe part of PCV system
D - Definitely the drain from the PCV / oil separator
E - Oil pressure sensor maybe?
F - Crusty starter spade connector the first
G - Crusty starter spade connector the second
It's worthless for aftermarket EFI - IIRC, it's just 2 pins close together on the flywheel/flexplate, which gives a once around pulse at crank rate. In other words, not even as useful as a distributor with at least 2 pulses per rev.So there is a secret, pre-installed sensor that may be capable of telling me about rpm and engine position?? Wonderful!
I have downloaded a bunch of the green books but have yet to find anything about this dealer service connector.
Thanks sporkfan! I picked up ICT Billet's aluminum relocation kit for the D581 coils on amazon.As suggestion, you could mount the LS coils using this bracket from Yoshifab. It worked well when I turbocharged and Megasquirted a 240 wagon.
You should also be able to drive the LS coils using the distributor hall-effect sensor with a wasted spark setup. You only need two engine sensors (cam/crank) to go sequential. You could pick up a DSM cam angle sensor (CAS) from Yoshifab to do that as well.