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Coolant Bypass

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by b18b1_delsol, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. b18b1_delsol

    b18b1_delsol New Member

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    I have a boosted 94 ls and I already did the tb coolant bypass. While I was changing the intake mani I noticed there is a sensor on the back and it has coolant lines that run from the motor to the sensor and back out to the head. Can I bypass them lines? I heard there might be an idle issue when I do that. Has anyone done this?
     
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    No I haven't done it and would not advise it. I believe what you are talking about is the temperature control for the intake/heat plate for the injection system, and if you bypass it the car will not idle/run correctly.
     
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    Thats is what I thought. See everyone that does the coolant bypass says their intake is cool to touch afterwards and mine def is not. But thanks for the reply
     
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    lsteggy New Member

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    whats the point in coolant bypass. leave it the way its supposed to be.
     
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