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    Help with Air Pump Delete 06 WRX!

    My Secondary Air Pump went bad so i decided to buy the block off plates for it. I did searches upon searches and found only one DIY Write up. But his only has the block off of only one Line going to the Drivers side and half of the pics are not loading. My question is I have 2 plates so where does the second plate go and how the heck do i even get to it. I have the drivers side plate on now and i cant seem to figure out how to get to the other line. I dont know how to post pictures so i cant show what i am talking about so any help would be awesome. Or if anyone know a diffrent write up other than Remnex's would be great. Thank you

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    One is on the drivers side, one is on the passenger side. Once you start pulling the air pump hardware out, you'll find where they go.

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    i got all that. Now im guessing in order to get the passenger side i think i have to remove the Intake manifold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zipper412 View Post
    i got all that. Now im guessing in order to get the passenger side i think i have to remove the Intake manifold.
    If you want to get all the hardware you have to take the intake manifold off anyway. If you don't plan on replacing any of the hardware, just a little bit of force and strategic bending can get that hose out. Without taking the manifold off, you can get all but one of the solenoids, which IIRC, is pretty much directly under the intake manifold on the drivers side. I left that one in until I came across something that really warranted taking the manifold off.

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    i didnt even think of that. Also everyone is saying to remember to plug something in but i havent found out what it is they are talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zipper412 View Post
    i didnt even think of that. Also everyone is saying to remember to plug something in but i havent found out what it is they are talking about?
    I vaguely recall something about this. I also vaguely recall not doing it because it doesn't apply to the 06. Don't quote me on that though.

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    ill try pulling the rest out today and see how it runs without plugging anything back from the air pump.

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