I got the pulsatin' rhythmical remedy (busychild424) wrote,
I got the pulsatin' rhythmical remedy
busychild424

Unless I have to get some help fabbing up a bracket for the boost control solenoid, this represents the last thing I'm waiting on anyone else for.  From this point out it's all up to how much time I put into it before it's DONE.

Done:
  1. remove strut brace
  2. remove plug wires
  3. remove valve cover and gasket
  4. remove bad coil pack
  5. remove passenger seat and disassemble interior
  6. pull up passenger floor panel
  7. replace ECU
  8. remove shifter
  9. drain and remove transmission
  10. replace clutch and flywheel
  11. re-install transmission
  12. remove old intake
  13. remove old heat shield
  14. remove auxiliary fuel pressure regulator
  15. remove MSD ignition box
  16. install knock sensor
  17. get wideband O2 sensor bung welded to downpipe
  18. re-install rear power plant frame bolts
  19. put driveshaft back on
  20. find the exhaust gasket I know is around somewhere
  21. put the exhaust back on
  22. install coil pack and plug wires
  23. install valve cover gasket & valve cover
  24. aluminum sensor bung has arrived
  25. new hose connector for intake has arrived
  26. have bung welded to intercooler pipe
To do:
  1. reinstall all the turbo plumbing
  2. install the new intake
  3. install and wire the air temp sensor
  4. install and wire wideband O2 sensor
  5. replace the turbo's water and oil hoses
  6. run wires to the knock sensor
  7. rewire radiator fans in series
  8. fab bracket for electronic boost control solenoid
  9. install, wire and plumb solenoid
  10. buy, install and wire cockpit switch for low/hi boost
  11. run wire from ECU to signal wire so I don't have to have the AFM
  12. install clutch switch override
  13. make sure all sensor wires and the vacuum tube are run from the ECU
  14. enlarge, file down and seal firewall hole
  15. install new heat shield
  16. replace strut brace
  17. fill transmission with fluid
  18. change oil and oil filter
  19. tune ECU
  20. Start engine, make sure nothing is leaking.  Particularly fuel injectors, water hoses at the firewall, fuel lines where AFPR used to be
  21. put the passenger seat back in and the rest of the interior back together
  22. wash car
  23. go zoom
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