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Important: Read these instructions before attempting the installation. Parts Included: 1 - Pro-Billet Distributor 1 - Rotor, PN 8467 1 - Distributor Cap, PN 8433 1 - Wire Retainer 2 - 1.5" Self Tapping Screws 2 - 10-32 x 3/4" Socket Head Screws 1 - Advance Kit 1 - 3-Pin Harness 1 - Gasket 1 - Tube of Gear Lubricant 2 - O-Rings 1 - Vacuum Advance Lockout Kit 1 - Coil Wire 1 - Blaster SS Coil, PN 8207 WARNING: Before installing the MSD Ready to Run Distributor, disconnect the battery cables. When disconnecting the battery cables, always remove the Negative (-) cable first and install it last. Note: The terminals of this Distributor Cap require spark plug style terminals. You may need to change the terminals and boots of your wires. MSD offers two kits, PN 8849 or PN 8848 that are supplied with nine boots and terminals.
This is a limited power-train warranty for a period of 3 months from the date of the original sale or 3000 miles from the mileage at the time of the original sale, (whichever occurs first), for repairs which are required as a result of defects due to material and/or workmanship to the power-train components as listed below: What Is Covered Engine All internally lubricated parts including: pistons, piston rings, piston pins, crankshaft and main bearings, connecting rods and bearings, camshaft and bearings, timing chain or belt, timing gears, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, valve guides, oil pump, push rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shafts, hydraulic and solid lifters;. The engine block and heads are also covered if damage is caused by a Failure of any of the above covered components. Transmission All internal parts; torque converter; vacuum modulator and mounts. Does not include clutch assembly; pressure plate; flywheel; throw out bearing; worn synchronizers; cables or electrical items. The case is also covered if damage is caused by a Failure of any of the above covered items. Drive Axle All lubricated internal parts contained within the housings. Axle shafts, differential housing, transaxle housing & final drive housing.
General notes on self-diagnosis ♦ The engine control unit has a self-diagnosis capability. Before carrying out repairs and fault finding the fault memory must be interrogated. The vacuum hoses and connections must also be checked (unmetered air). ♦ Fuel hoses in engine compartment must only be secured with spring-type clips. Clamping-type or screw-type clips must not be used. ♦ A voltage of at least 11.5 V is required for proper operation of the electrical components. ♦ Do not use sealants containing silicone. Particles of silicone drawn into the engine will not be burnt in the engine and will damage the Lambda probe. ♦ The vehicles are fitted with a crash/fuel shut-off system. This system is designed to reduce the risk of a vehicle fire after a crash by deactivating the fuel pump via the fuel pump relay. ♦Protected bysame time, by AUDI AG. AUDI AG does not guarantee orengine'sliability At the copyright. Copying for systemcommercial purposes, in part accept any start‐ this private or also improves the or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised ing respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by AUDI AG. with performance. When the driver's door is opened, the fuel pump is activated for 2 seconds in order to build up pressure in the fuel system → Chapter (page 1).
HELPFUL HINTS 1. BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION: FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND CRUISE CONTROL COMPONENTS. 2. MATING CONNECTORS: A. WHEN DISCONNECTING CONNECTORS, HOLD CONNECTOR AND PRESS THE LOCK DOWNWARD WHILE PULLING CONNECTORS APART. FIGURE 1 FIGURE 1 CAUTION: DO NOT PULL ON WIRES B. WHEN CONNECTING MATING CONNECTORS, PUSH CONNECTORS TOGETHER UNTIL LOCKING MECHANISMS ARE FIRMLY LOCKED TOGETHER. 3. ANTI-THEFT RADIO: IF VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH FIGURE 2 AN ANTI-THEFT RADIO, THE RADIO CODE MUST BE WRITTEN DOWN PRIOR TO DISCONNECT ING BATTERY CABLE. THE FIGURE 2 CODE MUST BE REENTERED WHEN THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE IS REINSTALLED. DISCONNECT 4. REMOVAL OF NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE: REMOVE THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE BEFORE INSTALLING THE CRUISE CONTROL COMPONENTS FOR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. FIGURE 3 FIGURE 3 5. FEMALE T-TAP CONNECTOR: WHEN INSTALLING FEMALE T-TAP CONNECTORS, ENSURE WIRE IS INSIDE GROOVE OF THE FEMALE T-TAP CONNECTOR BEFORE CLOSING ON WIRE WITH PLIERS. FIGURE 4 WIRE FROM MAIN CRUISE HARNESS FIGURE 4 PAGE 3 INSTALLATION STEP 1: VEHICLE PREPARATION LOCATION: ENGINE COMPARTMENT 1. 07 RIO: REMOVE (4) BOLTS 2. REMOVE FIGURE 5. PROCEED TO STEP TWO. VACUUM HOSE AND THREE PIN CONNECTOR FROM AIR INTAKE TO ACCESS THROTTLE. 3. MOUNT FIGURE 6 MODULE ON PASSENGER SIDE SHOCK TOWER USING SUPPLIED BOLT. FIGURE 7 REMOVE (4) BOLTS FIGURE 5 STEP 2: WIRE HARNESS ROUTING LOCATION: ENGINE COMPARTMENT 1. ATTACH FIGURE 7 MODULE HARNESS ALONG EXISTING VEHICLE HAR- NESS AS SHOWN IN 3. BE REMOVE THREE PIN CONNECTOR WIRE HARNESS GROUND TO FACTORY GROUND POINT ALONG SHOCK TOWER. 2. ROUTE 07 RIO SECURING THE PLASTIC ENGINE COVER GUARD TO EXPOSE ENGINE. O8 RIO: REMOVE ENGINE COVER GUARD FIGURE 8. REMOVE VACUUM HOSE SURE HARNESS IS NOT PINCHED OR BOUND. FIGURE 6 CRUISE MODULE HARNESS ROUTING GROUND POINT FIGURE 8 PAGE 4 FIGURE 7 INSTALLATION STEP 5: THROTTLE ATTACHMENT FACTORY CABLE BRACKET LOCATION: ENGINE THROTTLE SHAFT AREA 1. REMOVE (2) 10MM SCREWS TO RELEASE FACTORY CABLE BRACKET. REMOVE THROTTLE CABLE ASSEMBLY ON FACTORY BRACKET TO PLACE ON CABLE BRACKET WITH CRUISE CABLE SUPPLIED IN KIT. FOR DIVIDING CABLE BRACKET. 2. REMOVE REMOVE 10MM SCREW FIGURES 9AND 10. 10MM SCREW FIGURE 9 VEHICLE THROTTLE WASHER AND NUT AND PLACE CRUISE THROTTLE BRACKET ON STUD. THROTTLE WASHER AND NUT. FIGURE REINSTALL 11 VEHICLE THROTTLE CABLE ASSEMBLY FIGURE 10 3. AFTER FIGURE 12, CABLE ASSEMBLY IS NOT HOLDING THE THROTTLE OPEN IN ANY WAY. THERE SHOULD BE 0.060.10” SLACK BETWEEN IN CRUISE CONTROL CABLE PLAY. ASSEMBLY IS SECURED AS SHOWN IN MAKE SURE THE STEP 6A: HARNESS CONNECTIONS LOCATION: DRIVER SIDE FIREWALL NEW CABLE BRACKET 1. LOCATE FIREWALL ACCESS GROMMET FROM DRIVER SIDE COMPARTMENT AND PULL HARNESS CONNECTORS CRUISE CONTROL MODULE VEHICLE. FIGURE 13 INSIDE 2. CONNECT MATING CRUISE CONTROL CONNECTORS. THROTTLE NUT FIGURE 11 FIGURE 13 ACCESS GROMMET REPLACED BRACKET THROTTLE BRACKET DIVIDING BRACKET FIGURE 12 PAGE 5
Cabin Air Filtration Product MicronAir® No. FD96102P, FD96102C 1 • Open hood • Unhook clip on left of cover passenger side cowl cover & emove. remove. 2 • Unclip vacuum hose from left vacuum & center of cowl cover. cover er. • Remove passenger side cowl Remove cover. cover er. 3 • Some vehicles have a rain shield positioned over the filter. Remove present. filter. Remove if pr esent. • Remove dirty filter & replace micronAir® with a clean micronAir ® filter. Cabin air filter. • Replace rain shield. cover er. • Replace the cowl cover. • Reclip vacuum hose. • Rehook clip on passenger cover er. side cowl cover. • Close hood. This micronAir® Cabin Air Filter fits: Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable, from Model Year 1996. Get in and breathe easy. The vehicle manufacturer recommends that the filter be changed every year or 15,000 miles. Engineered for Original Equipment Manufacturer Specifications. www. .com 903477 REV. A 192
Vacuum elevators are composed of durable panoramic cylinders with a steel car inside that travels up and down through the clever manipulation of air pressure. Suction from the top draws the lift up and the releasing of air pressure sends the lift gently back to the bottom floor.
There are different kinds of vacuum pumps which have its common functions that will make the machine perform well. One of the types of vacuum pump Packaging is positive displacement vacuum pumps. The function of this positive displacement pump is to produce low vacuums. Using this pump, it will expand the cavity through the gas flow. With this flowing gas, it will seal the cavity and the flowing gas will diffuse in the atmosphere. There are two models of positive displacement vacuum pumps such roots blower pumps and as liquid ring vacuum pumps. A root blower will function through pumping a fluid which will be able to charge the engines. The liquid ring vacuum pump is a rotating vacuum pump which operates by rotating a liquid which is similar to a rotary vane pump.
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Testing Electrical Systems with a Digital Multimeter Perhaps the most important tool you'll use in troubleshooting auto electrical systems is the multimeter. Basic multimeters measures voltage, current and resistance, while more elaborate multimeters, such as the Fluke 78, or Fluke 88 have featues that can check things such as frequency, duty cycle, dwell, make diode tests, and even measure temperature, pressure and vacuum. Starter Current S tarting system troubles are often confused with charging system problems. Many a dead battery has been replaced when the real cause was a faulty charging system. Be sure that the charging system is functioning properly before you replace the battery. Make sure the battery is charged and passes a load test, then look for resistance in the starter circuit if the engine still cranks slowly. Investigate excessive current draw; check for worn-through insulation, a seized or tight engine, a faulty starter, etc. If the starter turns the engine slowly, the current draw is not high, and the battery is in good condition, check the resistance in the starter circuit. Fig 6 - Measuring Starter Current Draw Determine how much current the starter is drawing by using Fluke's 80i-401, 80i-1010, or 90i-610s Inductive Current Clamp on the starter cable. This accessory will allow the multimeter to measure starter current up to 1000 amps. Check manufacturer's specs for exact figures.