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Old 11-13-2011, 06:27 AM
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OK, after some screwing around at the junkyard, I've manufactured the tool in the pix below.
u have to fix your pix permission. nobody can see those pix, but u.

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Projects, just want to verify that I shouldn't go above 30 PSI, .
30 PSI is only oil pressure to vanos, to free vanos, u might need let pressure go up to 100-125PSI, just don't stay too long. hook up a air open/close valve, get a friend, one of each activate solenoid and air pressure, u can do these your own, but need setup right.

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and I need to engage both the intake and exhaust solenoids on and off a few times with the air connected.
yes, but u don't need do intake and exhaust same time. one of each time will be more controllable,

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I'm assuming there's polarity to the solenoid connectors as well?
yes there is polarity of solenoid. check the diagram if u can or just check the wire color, u'll know, brown will be ground. but it's not that important, it just a solenoid, if one side doesn't work, go the another.

Good luck and u r on ur own now.
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