certainly. put it back on before starting the engine though.
I thought you were talking about the cable in front of that box in the picture. That black box is the blinker fluid reservoir, as cnynracer1 and AntonioG said.mYseRgOesvrOOm said:And Harris...I think your looking at the wrong thing. There was no cable. I figured it was nothing seeing how it's hooked up to the intake.
Haha...oops. There is actually supposed to be fluid in there? The thing's empty from what I see.cnynracer1 said:He's not joking. The black box is referred to as the "blinker fluid reservoir" in the FSM, and is a highly pressurized remote reservoir for both front and rear turn signals.
Remove with great caution. Or check your FSM for removal instructions.
At least a week, last time I tried to oder some "Repetitious light-emitting fluid" from the dealership it had to be special ordered and took a month. So I just went to ebay and got some JDM repetitious light-emitting fluid.AntonioG said:EEEK!! Empty? Call up the dealership and tell them that you need to get a bottle of "Repetitious light-emitting fluid". They may have to order it for you though, so your car may be down a week.
you don't need it but you'd better be checking you're air filter more often.mr_cool_guy said:i took that box off. lol. didnt look like i needed it.
****, Seth is right. Now that I think about it, that box IS for the oil to seperate. I guess that's why the FSM labels it "Oil Seperator". Weird huh?Seth said:It basicly a breather for the oil. It lets air flow into the intake from the Crankcase, but traps the oil and drains it back into the crankcase. Come on guys.... blinker fluid?