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cpfc1234

Engine bay quiz!

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Hi all,

 

I am putting the engine bay back together after a recent clutch change and I'm not sure (partly due to previous owners modifications) where certian pipes and connections need to go!

Could anyone help with the following:

Pic 4: What does this attach to?

Pic 3: 2 rubbers attached to distributor... seemingly not needed - nothing attaches?

Pic 2: Is this where the lambda sensor connects?

Pic 1: My sensor does not fit to clip in and has limited cable length 

 

Thanks in advance for any help, hoping to get her started again tomorrow!

 

Edited as pics loaded in wrong order!

 

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Edited by cpfc1234

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Pic number 4 the large pipe just goes onto the bottom of the intake rubber if I'm thinking right 

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Pic 4: Bottom of the air intake hose (between throttle body and airbox) there is a metal hose connector.

Pic 3: Vent/breathers..not attached to anything.

Pic 2: Nope. That plug is for the aircon pump (not connected if car has no AC)

Pic 1: Lambda sensor. The plug for it is high up at the back of the engine. Screw it into the hole in the exhaust downpipe, then look directly above. The plug should be attached to a small bracket (stops the cable dropping onto the hot exhaust)

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