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Discussion in 'Mk3 Ibiza Guides (6K2) 2000-2002' started by Molehill_Mike, Dec 18, 2006.
I thought you went dv to fpr, then fpr to a connection under the inlet manifold????
Tbh I havnt done it yet i'm guna have ago when my car comes back this afternoon. But I would imagine it's kinda the same an looking at tha web site it says to do wa you said
Nope sry he got his plugged upto something else but I imagine it would prob be the same thing tho if you put it on the dv an blocked the 249 pipe. Correct me if I'm wrong
if ur car runs fine... theres no need for the mod. right?!
http://www.vagowners.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=303 by Trucido gives a pretty clear guide for anyone still confused
Cant believe this is still an ongoign thread, thought it would be clear by now
looks easy, might try that tomorrow, any big motor factors sell vacum pipe?
piece of piss.
do it when the engine is cold... i did it hot, burn-tastic!
hi there i have read all 16 pages and me being a thicko im still insure of what to do.might get some one to do it or could some 1 talk me through it
top help couldnt of done it with out it
i did mine the other day, noticed difference but not shore if i have relocated the other valves properly, and now coilpack 3 is not workin any ideas?
i have not done this yet, bu effectively what i believe you have to do is the same as anyother dumpvalve installment, you need a source of vaccume, which can be from a T piece off a vaccume hose, or as i understant it there is a nipple on the underside of the inlet manifold that the standard n249 gets its vaccume from i will be simply joinin one piece of 3 mm blue vaccume hose from the top of my dv, to the nipple, no T pieces or joins.
in my opinion this is correct but like i said i have not done this yet, also i belive once the n249 has been bi-passed, you can unplug and completely remove the valve, to tidy things up, not sure if any faults will show tho?? please correct me if im wrong but thats what i was shown in an illustration
From what i have heard you will need to keep the original one plugged in otherwise faults will show.
as far as the bypass i would like to know aswell.... Anyone help?
n249 removed with resistor
but engine si dirty
Weird, looking at my own thread on how to do the N249 bypass on my latest Cupra..., glad it was made a sticky!
its worth doing you dont have to run the resisors ether you can rid of those altogether i ent maplins the computer place an got 2 330 ohms resisers an solderd conectors on them pushed then the plug it runs fine no problems at all an run a like from my inlet to my dv taped the wires up an all is good!
if you leave the other valve electric side plugged in it keeps the light out ive done this
Did this on my newest MK3 last weekend, it really is a piece of piss to do guys
Get the piping and do it
Mike (thread OP)
That is some read, but you'll all be glad to know, no stupid questions from me an this looks simple whoever said u start to get brain fade 12 pages in was right but this saved me!!
Done egnore the messy bay tho. tomorows job!!