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Old 03-08-2008, 08:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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EGR Block-Off Question with pics!

I tried this on G20.net earlier and got nothing. As some of you guys already know, I am installing my Nissport EGR block-off kit today. The kit is in. Now one last problem; I have two of the small egr vac hose nipples left open. Nipple #1 is kind of below the fuel pump. Nipple #2 is located behind the TB. In the last pic I am wondering if this might be a solution. Here's the pics:

Nipple #1


Nipple #2


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Could I just connect the two with a piece of vac hose or should I cap them? HELP DUDES!!!

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Old 03-08-2008, 09:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I believe #1 goes to the charcoal canister below the brake booster. The other one i do not know, i have a lowport so this may not be accurate.
Hope it helps, if someone can confirm this. I would take pics but my motor is in pieces in the basement.
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I can trace the lines to their origins. Give me a few.
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I believe #1 goes to the charcoal canister below the brake booster. The other one i do not know, i have a lowport so this may not be accurate.
Hope it helps, if someone can confirm this. I would take pics but my motor is in pieces in the basement.
This is a '95 Lowport. Nipple one goes to the Carbon Canister. Nipple number two leads to the EGR and canister control solenoid.
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You know I've been looking to find a way to fix this. I think your picture 3 shows the exact solution. I will confirm it in a while.

I am saying it because I got this page from SR20 manual for a highport with no EGR. Basically what we are doing is converting to the scheme of a highport with no EGR! I mean our lowports have the EGR just in the middle of the CC and TB. If we want to remove the EGR so than we will just have the TB and CC which is actually the SR20 highport engine with no EGR.

The bottom line of the CC is the same for both - with/without EGR. On the top of the CC there are 3 lines - one of them comes out of the tank. Both others should go into the TB. If any of them is plugged, the CC wont work correctly! This is my understanding.

The picture shows how the CC is connected to the TB on a highport with no EGR. You can't see the bottom line and the tank line.

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Old 06-05-2008, 06:31 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Does it work Martin? I can't believe that with all the engine gurus on here that nobody would have the answer. Lame in a way. But thanks to all who have helped.
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