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Old 12-17-2006, 06:10 PM
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m103 Adjusting EHA?

hey everyone

i was just wondering if someone can explain how to do this to me by using pictures..i'd really appreciate it..

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Old 12-17-2006, 08:07 PM
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Well, it's quite simple so pictures are not what I would call necessary.. Find your EHA (rectangular black box attached to your FD w/ two screws or torx depending..). Remove EHA..watch out fuel is going to spray everywhere.. Be careful not to lose the two o-rings behind it.

Undo flat head screw in EHA, use 2.5mm hex to turn the allen head under said screw. Turn 1 flat @ a time @ most.

I wouldn't be fiddling too much w/o an A/F ratio meter around...so first order would be to have an extra O2 bung installed, then look for a meter.. You can buy a good one from Summit for about 300 or if you are lucky a friend has one you can borrow;-)

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