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2012-08-22 02:15:10
Where could i move these to?
Could someone please tell me what all those connectors on the passenger side strut tower go to. If possible i would like to relocate them to a different spot to clean up that area a little bit. Any healp would be greatly appreciated!
2012-08-22 02:46:14
well a picture might be helpful.. or at least a better description..
2012-08-22 02:54:55
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Sorry im posting from my phone amd its being a little difficult. Hope that works
2012-08-22 02:58:54
looks like ABS garbage.. i converted my car to non abs, got rid of all that junk.. its best to do while the engines out of the car.
2012-08-22 04:02:52
Thats what i was thinking... Was it hard to convert to Non abs? Do u know if i would need a different prop valve or anything like that?
Last edited by djt560 on 2012-08-22 at 04-04-48.
2012-08-22 04:06:04
its best to get all the stuff from another car, all of it.
2012-08-22 04:28:08
What do u mean all the other stuff? I cant just delete everything and run it as is?
2012-08-22 04:33:21
its best to do it properly.
2012-08-22 05:49:37
I understand that but what do i need to do it the "right" way lol i wanna do it right just dont know what i need thats all.
2012-08-22 06:03:18
OK, I'm going to take a wild guess that its a b13 se-r, in which case you would want to get the master cylinder from another b13 se-r or nx2000, then you want to get the passenger front brake line, that could come from any b13 sentra or nx as llong as its a non abs model.

On my car I was able to get away with routing the rear lines directly to the mastercylinder and didnt even need to use the fluid block. The abs unit is a distribution block, while the non abs one is more of just an extension block, and my car works great without it.

I believe you also need the driver side brake line but I forget, it would be a good idea to grab it, an get the whole line, the metal an the rubber part that way you have backups of the soft line.

Also its nice to have a brake line cutter and flare tool, I bought one years ago and have used it several times.

I went as far as pulling the carpet up in the passenger floor board an taking the plastic kick panel off to get the abs computer out, the wiring is tangled up pretty good an it took me hours but i got it all out lol..

this post should be of help http://www.sr20-forum.com/608187-post584.html

heres the abs wiring crap i took out http://www.sr20-forum.com/608983-post590.html

The rest is up to you man.
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