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  1. in case this helps anyone else: I dropped down the splash guard on the driver's side with a 10mm wrench and pried open the air pump with a flat screwdriver.. there are 3 tabs to do this on: I then removed and taped off the power wires that you see here. After that, i put it all back together and then pulled the ECU box apart to get to the harness, and wire tapped the diode into place like so: After putting that back together, i found the purple vacuum line, disconnected it, then put vacuum tube caps over the nipple.. the size i had was a bit too big, so i zip tied it to the solenoid here: in case this helps anyone else: I dropped down the splash guard on the driver's side with a 10mm wrench and pried open the air pump with a flat screwdriver.. there are 3 tabs to do this on: I then removed and taped off the power wires that you see here. After that, i put it all back together and then pulled the ECU box apart to get to the harness, and wire tapped the diode into place like so: After putting that back together, i found the purple vacuum line, disconnected it, then put vacuum tube caps over the nipple.. the size i had was a bit too big, so i zip tied it to the solenoid here:
  2. nevermind!! re-read the thread and found the purple line going to the back of the engine.
  3. Can anyone point out where the exact vacuum line that needs to be plugged is with a diagram?
  4. So i'm planning on doing this mod in the next day or two. I'm going to use wiretaps to go across the wires outside the ECU. Am i to understand you also need to unplug the pump, and cap off the vacuum line? Where do you get little rubber caps from?