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Thread: Highport to Lowport question for you all ::Car likes to die edition::

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2017-03-20 18:53:14
Highport to Lowport question for you all ::Car likes to die edition::
I just finished swapping in a B14 DE into my 1991 NX2000. Everything went in smoothly but the issue I am having is that my car won't run unless I am giving it a bit throttle. Also sounds good and healthy.

On the lowport motor I ended up taking off the EGR stuff because the hard pipe that bolts to the header was cut and I don't have a spare laying around. So my question is now that I removed the EGR and blocked off the EGR port, do I need to run my vacuum lines a certain way? I have my B13 charcoal canister in the car still with hoses that go no where for the time being.

I still have my 91 harness in the car if that makes any difference and swapped over temp sensor and distributor from my Highport.
2017-03-20 20:31:06
ALSO here is a hose I am not sure where it goes! I'm not sure where on the B13 this guy goes..

Last edited by circa.13 on 2017-03-20 at 20-33-01.
2017-03-20 20:52:56
One more thing and I am pretty it's a useless sensor on a B13 harness but does this little guy go anywhere?

2017-03-20 21:12:47
The little sensor is the two-wire, emissions related EGR-temperature sensor.

The large hose is some air induction hose to bring metered air together with probably EGR (plumbed directly below) to re-cycle gases. Should go on intake, between T/B and MAF.
2017-03-20 21:43:45
I'm pretty sure that's your idle air control hose. That needs to be connected to your intake hose. If it's not connected, your car won't idle at all.
2017-03-20 21:51:06
Thanks guys! Heading home from work very soon and going to fire the car up.
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