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Old 02-05-2002, 04:49 PM   #1
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Default how to change a IACV gasket

ok i dont have a manual, yes im ghetto and really should go out and get one, now i have a gasket for the IACV with the metal mesh filter on it, and this is for my b16a intake manifold, now do i have to take off the t-body to get to this, should i also get a t-body gasket, if not what do i use to get the screws out, are they torx, or allen, i cant really see...
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u mean eacv? its on the back of the manifold its 2 12 mill bolts and thats it
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Old 02-05-2002, 06:57 PM   #3
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sice ur cheap here u go i wont charge u either http://24.95.142.82:6080/manual/manual.htm
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the one on the t-body isnt 12mm bolts, its a screw...but i cant tell what kind...
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and i mean Idle Air control valve not electric air control...unless they are the same, but my gasket looks nothing like it at all...
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neither one of teh parts u listed are on the tb i dunno wut u mean click on teh link and read teh manuel i posted it there for a reason
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much thx for the manual.....are you going to leave that up, or should I start downloading everything now? Click the image to open in full size.

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i did check and it looks like neither
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goddam geocities bandwith...hold on ill try something else...


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is it this...
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or this...
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im leaning toward the tbody still, that is what i was told, but i still need to know how to get it out...
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That is your IAC, all thats holding it in is 12mm bolts, it will have 2 coolant lines attached to it, 1 coming from the throttle body and one going to under the intake manifold. You should be able to just take the bolts out, replace the gasket while its still in the car, and then reinstall it.

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i have no clue wut that gasket is for it doesnt look familar at all
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looks like the vtec filter/gasket
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