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Old 06-29-2004, 09:48 AM
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Almost got everything off to pull the block out.



Just go through the things I have taken off:



Alternator

Exhaust

Oil Cooler Lines

Lower rad. hoses

Air intake box





Have not unbolted the tranny yet. Leaving that for last, and for when I have some help.



Anything else I should be taking off while it is in the engine bay? I am not worried about the TB, water pump, or the fan right now. I think if I do take off the TB, I can access it easier.



Let me know what you guys think.
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Old 06-29-2004, 09:54 AM
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2 fuel lines below the master cylinder, the feed and return lines. Also remove the wires from the ECU and feed them up through the fender.
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D'oh. Forgot I still have to do the fuel lines. They run up under the brake master cylinder?



ECU I will wait on until I haul the engine out.



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Originally Posted by RowTarEh?' date='Jun 29 2004, 06:57 AM
ECU I will wait on until I haul the engine out.



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You can't pull the engine with the wiring harness still plugged into the ECU. Unless of course, you unplug all the electrical connections on the block, which is not the way I would do it. TheCamel is saying to unplug the harness at the ECU, feed the plugs through the rubber grommet on the firewall and then pull the engine.
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Old 06-29-2004, 10:31 AM
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Oh. Ok, that is easy then. Thanks
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Haha. I need a new exhaust. This thing is shot, and nasty, and so restrictive. What is the diamater of the exhaust pipes on the S4's? So small. 16 year old exhaust system is nasty. In the market to buy a new one I hope. After the rebuild. Hah.



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the diameter is whatever the ruler says when you put it up to it
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Originally Posted by Shane.Trammell' date='Jun 29 2004, 06:11 PM
the diameter is whatever the ruler says when you put it up to it
Smartass.



All that is to do the fuel lines. Woot. I am taking my sweet *** time on this too.
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PICTURES GOD DAMMIT!!
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Old 06-29-2004, 06:58 PM
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Oh. Never knew anybody wanted pictures.



Gimme some minutes to go take pictures of my empty engine bay and the icky exhaust.
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