In pic 2, theres only the one sensor i thought? The one ontop, cuz the big hole in front was for the throttle body. But the top one is the IAC i figured, i got the correct plug, jus would need to cut the old plug off and reconnect the wires.
Pic 1 is the effed one haha, what do vaccum lines eveen do? How is it possible to know the conections from the lines off the intake, into the mustangs inerts. there has to be a simple, this one goes here and that one goes there way of doing it if anyone knew the actual names of what they are used for Not sure what lines you are talking about. You have a Haynes or Chiltons right? I hope so since you swapped your heads. Isn't there a vacuum diagram in there? If not LMK
Im out at the car this very seccond wit my laptop on the roof, im not a stupid man, but this effin baffles me. This car dont have a chance of rrunning in my mind, never in my dreams could i think u could do this much altercation, to a motor of all things. This is good practice... one day you'll graduate to V8s and be swapping heads and cams in no time.
K i got most the wires all good to go, i know were there suposed to hook up and i should be able to manage,...this temp gauge sensor...do i need it? is this the temp gauge that shows up in the dash of the car?
And were could i find this sensor? Im gunna go look at my old parts, but is there one i can jus unscrew from my old intake? Seeing theres a wire, should be one on my old intake? YES
And the only other thing i can see is...whats the point of these holes in the valve covers? I know a hose is suposed to connect to them, READ: Crankcase ventilation system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
but i seen sumone just putting nice chrome filterson there, instead of cutting tubing and stuff to make them fit from the intake to the covers... If you don't need to be emissions legal then you can do that too. Put a small filter on the end of the valve.
And if i do have to run the tubes, what one does what? Or are both just for putting air pressure down into the covers They both go to a vacuum source, one side has a valve and one is just straight through