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Old 11-20-2012, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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BOE Clam-hinge on S240 question *pics*

Well, I need help. I'd like to know where you guys and gals with the same issue placed your battery tray on the Exige. I was going by the instructions until I found my little issue. Where BOE wants the battery tray, I cannot place. So what do you guys recommend?

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Mine... don't mind the dirtiness.


P.S. I was also thinking of just extending the battery power and ground and leaving it where it was originally but not sure how that would work out in the end.
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You need to remove the charcoal canister Read the manual


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My charcoal canister was not there. My battery mounted where they show in the pictures. Is it different on an exige?
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This is the charcoal canister if you read the directions Phil tells you how to remove it and bypass it.
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Awesome guys! thanks for the help. So I removed the canister no problem and have found different things on different posts but I am still with questions.

First question, resistor on electrical plug of. Anyone have a part number?

Second question, plug from under intercooler. Do I cap that line? P/N?

Third question, fuel tank line. Should I plug it? Re-route it?

Here are the links I've been looking at. Everyone seems to have inputs but it never really came to a solid conclusion. Also, I do not really want a CEL but I read somewhere that worst case scenario you can send the ECU to someone and have it reprogrammed.

Thanks again. Erick.

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