Some things under the hood were different up to and possibly including 2000 but I've got an 01 which should be pretty much identical to his 02 as far as I know. Your 2000 might also be but...we'll find out for sure in a few minutes I guess.
And I won't see it until Thursday afternoon, however I'm sure someone else will have helped you out before then. Until then, I'm waiting for more instructions so I can go take pictures of something other than a hood diagram! There's not too many vacuum lines...which ones are confusing you?
This is as good as my camera would get. Any closer and the reflection would kill the pic. Its probably different due to the leak detection pumps or whatever behind the batteries of 01 and up, but never know.
Yea, I hope to have everything done before then.. although Im waiting on powdercoated parts too though, so we'll see.
Well the shop that had it before kind of made a mess of everything and butchered the wiring etc.. so I just want to see the diagram to get everything straight and make sure everything's where it's supposed to be.
Here's the 3 vacuum hoses you'll have near the battery/fuse box, the one toward the bottom of the picture goes to the intake manifold, the other 2 at the top go toward the firewall which you can see in the 2nd picture.
In this picture you can see the 2 vacuum lines come across the valve cover and going back/down toward whatever they go to, I'm not exactly sure. Also, you can see the vacuum line from the brake booster to the intake manifold and from the valve cover to the intake manifold.
On the other side it's simple, you should have your valve cover going to your k&n (you have a k&n, right?) and your map sensor on the throttle body I'm not entirely sure about. This is how I have mine routed from the intake manifold to the map sensor (under the front of the throttle body). I think that's about it.
What's going on guys really wanna solve this problem so ima keep it short as possible. Alternator cable to fuse box started to melt the abs plastic on fuse box, with alternator connected I'm still running 12.1 volts. My voltage meter with the alternator attached doesnt work, but disconnected...
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