Engine & Gearbox Where Does This Lead To?

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  1. spiky007 Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    Hello fellow FR-V owners, Im Billy from Northern Ireland and I have a 06 FR-V 2.2 I-CTDI sport, have owned it for 6 months now and having a few problems but this forum has helped answer most of it so THANkS for that, just one problem, anyone any idea where this pipe goes?

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  2. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    Its a short pipe so it has to be in that area.

    E__3200.
     
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    Billy Belfast
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    Thank you Ichiban

    I think its no. 27
    Where does it attach to?
     
  4. DeviateDefiant Co-Founder Staff Team

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    I'd assume it's some kind of vacuum line, the parts number is just identified as a tube with no further description.
     
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    Wierd, my one looks like it has snapped off
     
  6. DeviateDefiant Co-Founder Staff Team

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    The best bet is for another I-CDTI owner to take a look in his bay and confirm where it goes. @Doc might have the same set-up on his Accord I-CDTI.
     
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  7. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    naah that leads to the block E34-10

    I think it goes to the top of the turbo on that vacuum plunger so where has the other pipe come from already plugged into the plunger. Spiky what were you doing to find this
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    Brake master cylinder maybe, it connects to block E32
     
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    @Phil1978
    Looks connected in my photo but will double check 2moro:Thumbup:
     
  10. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    BMC is miles to the left mate and that pipe is short., there has been some wrong plumbing of pipes on his car.
     
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    Billy Belfast
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    I check just now and both pipes are connected to nothing!!!! So I assume that these 2 pipes are suppose to be one right???

    What I was doin was checking my engine looking for the EGR solenoid and turbo solenoid to swap around to check if they were ok
     
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    Billy Belfast
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    Now the car drives like its on NOS lol and I get a whoosh sound from the turbo as if I have a dump valve lol, is this ok??
     
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    Billy Belfast
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    Ok so the car is better then before now, got a honda specialist to confirm that the pipe does indeed go where @Ichiban said it goes in to, on to of turbo, vacuum pipe.
    It now drives like a ctdi and not like a straight diesel like it has been since i have owned it and silly me thought the car was like that:Laughing::Blushing:
     
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    Whey, glad to hear you got it sorted mate. It's like you just got a free performance modification, god only know how it must have been driving before :Whistle:
     
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    I am wondering with the injector out recently and this has anyone been fiddling with this car all seems too much of a coincidence doesn't it .:Blink:

    Injectors don't just come out , infact Honda I-CTDI injectors are notorious to get jammed let alone come out easily when you want them out of maintenance.
     
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    Billy Belfast
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    That was not the only thing @Ichiban
    My wheel studs broke because the brake disc was not on right, they use the other screw holes instead of the counter sunk ones:Aghast::Baseballbat:

    The mechanic i used didnt really do a good job as i asked him to check over the car for me and service it, all he done was service and found the injectors was leaking so replaced all seals, this was 6 months ago
     
  18. Phil1978 Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    Do you think he didn't tighten the injector clamp bolt properly causing it to come undone?
     
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    I don't know @Phil1978 , not my usual mechanic i use, was recommended by a few friends
     
  20. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    @spiky007 we still firing on cylinders fella , all good after the work on the injector?