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post #31 of 237 Old 11-08-2011, 08:19 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

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I would like to make a thread for the membership on installing a vacuum block on all TD's from 84 -93 with all of the different engines and years.
Show how you installed it, what parts were used and links of where to get the parts needed with pics of the completed job.
Also if you added a CAI show/tell how you ran the lines including PCV for the deleted airbox.

Below will be the index of year/engine and will be listed by post #.

Post #2) 90 T-4 (VNT)
Post #5) 87 T-2
Post #8) 89 T-1/T-2
Post #28) T-3
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what about the 87 T1 with a log intake?
Exactly, how about an 87 T-1 Log?
This is an Open Thread and I expected more responses.
Where are the pics and details of install to cover the other engine configurations?
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post #32 of 237 Old 11-16-2011, 02:32 PM
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

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Where are the pics and details of install to cover the other engine configurations?
NAJ. Thanks for the idea for this thread. Intresting it comes up today. I am going to start redoing vac lines and block on my 85 Daytona T1 tomorrow. I ordered poly lines and I am going to try click-lok air tight connectors for joining thing rather than brass. If they work no clamps are needed, should be nice and clean. When I get it done I will post pics.
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

This is how I set up my 86 T1:





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post #34 of 237 Old 11-25-2011, 02:34 PM
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Well I finally got around to getting this done. Before and after pics. I decided to use Polyurethane Tubing and click lock fittings. Vac block off of ebay. The car runs like new now that I got all the vac leaks fixed. You can see the before picture was the day I got the car home. It was a mess. Thought it looked pretty cool to.


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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

By looking at one pic I got the assumption that for the wastegate Solomoid I need to go vac-solenoid-waste gate? And the what does the purge solonoid do? And why in a diagram is there 3 solenoids but my car has 4?
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By looking at one pic I got the assumption that for the wastegate Solomoid I need to go vac-solenoid-waste gate? And the what does the purge solonoid do? And why in a diagram is there 3 solenoids but my car has 4?
Purge solenoid is opened/closed to allow the vapor canister to be purged of its fuel vapors.

4 solenoids...What car/engine?
My VNT has 4 solenoids.

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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Mine is an 86 tI
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

The 4 you are probably referring to are...
Baro Read Solenoid
Wastegate Solenoid
Canister Purge Solenoid
EGR Solenoid

Not all vehicles are EGR equipped.
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Right! I hacked the egr out because I have gone tII! So I should leave the egr solonoid unplugged?
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

I think if you leave it unpluged you will get a check engine light.
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Even with a 87 tII lm?
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I deleted my vacuum block and moved it to the intake manafold.
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Even with a 87 tII lm?
My vacuum diagram's show EGR was used on 87 T-1, T-2 and SC.
If the controller is looking for the EGR Solenoid and it is not connected electrically it will set a fault code.

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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Ok I am curious about what u guys are talking about when referring to "t1-4 and vnt's)
How do I determine what I have?
89 sundance 2.5 turbo!
At least this way I can feel a lil less clueless!!!
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Re: Installing Vacuum Blocks 84-93 T-1 thru T-4

Also I need to clean up this vacuum and wiring nightmare! What u guys posted are some hella clean engine bays!!! I liked the wrinkled red stuff on the one engine bay!!!
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