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Nitrous 1994 Explorer

Discussion in 'Need for Speed!' started by Awon2zip, May 2, 2016.

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  1. jd4242

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    Probably smooth your idle out.helps the emc be more accurate with its adjustments. .maybe better mpg and throttle response

    Wot should be anything over 4v..during wot it wont matter as the ecm uses only the O2s to adjust(pretty sure on that) idle and cruise it uses the maf,tps and O2s i believe
     
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  3. Awon2zip

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    I'm assuming the stock belt will fit fine with the overdrive pulley for the alternator before I get the Underdrive pulley
     
  4. jd4242

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    Pretty sure it will..thats if your current belt isnt stretched out and needs replacement anyways
     
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    It's somewhat new, shouldn't be stretched. Thanks
     
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    Tried adjusting the TPS sensor yesterday. I could only get one of the screws off. The lower one wouldn't move at all and I was worried about stripping it. Still reading 1.00v
     
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    Guess should've warned you..they are a PIA..i almost always mess them up and end up replacing them with "think" 6mm bolts
     
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    Yes! Same here. I used a hammer -screw driver as gently as I could. Replace with similar thread Allen bolt.
     
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    I use a dremel to cut a straight notch in them so can use a flat head screw driver.then i heat them and the tb where they go in with a pen soldering torch
     
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    How do you get the pulley off the alternator??
     
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    Should just take the nut off..may have to spray so pb-blaster on the shaft and let it sit for a bit,then some taps and gentle prying...its probably just stuck on there.
     
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    How do you prevent the pulley from rotating?
     
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    Leave the belt on and hit it with a air gun or impact. .or hit the ratchet hand with a hammer very fast..

    Again pb-blaster first
     
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    Ok. This doesn't have reversed threads right?
     
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    Nope
     
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    Alright. I'll update if i ever get it off
     
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    Well, we were unsuccessful after 3 hours of trying to get the damn thing loose. Probably gonna remove the entire alternator and bring it in to NAPA. They said they could remove it there.
     
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    That was going to be my next suggestion .is it a OE alternator? ? Just a fyi if it ever goes out get a 97ohv alternator. .bolts up and is the 130amp over the older 70amp(think thats correct numbers for amps)
     
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    yes it's and OEM alternator. Seems pretty simple. Just disconnect negative cable, 3 fasteners and disconnect the few wires right?
     
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    Yep..shouldnt take you anytime
     
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    Sweet. I'll do that tomorrow.
     

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