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post #41 of 55 (permalink) Old October 25th, 2007, 07:54
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Here's a cache of the broken HKS Type 1 turbo timer installation link above: http://web.archive.org/web/200503071...er_install.htm

Other writeups:
Installing a Blitz DUAL Turbo Timer: http://www.mr2.com/ARTICLE/BlitzTT.html

Installing an HKS Turbo Timer: http://www.mr2.com/TEXT/hks_tt.html

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is there any on how to install the drivers door
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+1 the imoc links dont work and i could really use that dash removal video right about now

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I need a write up on replacing the fuel pump on my 91 turbo, that would be a great xmas present
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post #45 of 55 (permalink) Old December 28th, 2007, 03:17
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I need a write up on replacing the fuel pump on my 91 turbo, that would be a great xmas present
run a search or look at the loveshorsepower links. or even the mrtwo net links. they are all great tutorials

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are all the turbo timer install the same or by make? i have a greddy turbo timer, and i dont want to start until i have correct instructions
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are all the turbo timer install the same or by make? i have a greddy turbo timer, and i dont want to start until i have correct instructions
if you have the GReddy full auto timer, pm me and i'll give yo udetailed instructions

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Replacing my A/C switch. Searched/found this one:
https://www.mr2oc.com/showthread.php?...t=a%2Fc+switch
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Anything for installing a push button starter?
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They usually come with a set of directions and a relay. I will try to find the link for the S2K start button write-up...
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anyone have anything on a brake caliper rebuild, specifically seized ebrake?
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Hey guys, Anyone have instruction on how to replace AC compressor on 2nd gen turbo?
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To replace the AC Compressor:

Loosen the tensioner pulley bolt (May or may not have to remove intercooler to reach this bolt if you don't have a 14mm offset wrench). Also loosen the top adjusting bolt on the pulley bracket (visible from the top).

Underneath, remove the cross brace (2 bolts) and the belt

Depending on what you are doing, and if the system is evacuated, disconnect the compressor lines (2) under the body. Two bolts to remove the lines from the compressor body as well.

Remove the three bolts that are holding the compressor in (2 on the bottom, 1 on top)

Turn the compressor so it faces pulley side down, maneuver it out from the bottom.
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