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    s14a rebuild. I can t remember where these 5 small parts go

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    Im rebuilding my s14a but and im 90% done but i have 5 parts that I cant ID. They were all labelled at the time but I had to take the labels off to get them sandblasted and powdercoated and the photos I took have been lost when my old phone broke. I have looked through workshop diagrams and photos of rebuilds but cant find these parts anywhere.

    If anyone can id any of them I will be very happy


    Thanks in advance

    Part 1 - 2 photos of the same part. The part number isn't giving me any joy on google.



    Part 2


    Part 3


    Part 4 - This is connected to a long vacuum hose. Not sure if its standard or not.


    Part 5

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    what a good game.

    the first one looks like a suppressor that goes onto the wiring on the alternator to stop interference to the car stereo. if you don't have a stereo or don't get a whirring noise when you rev the engine then just leave it off.

    the rest look like they go in the dustbin.

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    as above 1 is for alternator. 4 windscreen washers maybe othewise aftermarket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green_rs13 View Post
    what a good game.

    the first one looks like a suppressor that goes onto the wiring on the alternator to stop interference to the car stereo. if you don't have a stereo or don't get a whirring noise when you rev the engine then just leave it off.

    the rest look like they go in the dustbin.
    I do intent to fit a radio so I'll try and figure out where it goes on the alternator.

    I'm pretty sure the straight one is aftermarket so it will probably go into the bin

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    I was thinking windscreen washer as well

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    Brackets look like they go on the inlet manifold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Actual_Ben_Taylor View Post
    Brackets look like they go on the inlet manifold
    I'll go through the inlet diagrams with a fine tooth comb again.
    Thanks

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    The last one holds some loom connectors somewhere, maybe under the plenum but don’t quote me on that.
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    The bracket, 3rd picture down. i had one of these left over after my auto to manual conversion. i believe it held some of the gearbox loom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6terras View Post
    The bracket, 3rd picture down. i had one of these left over after my auto to manual conversion. i believe it held some of the gearbox loom.
    Thanks. Everything in the gearbox looks secure so must not be that important.

    If found out the last one is the last bracket for the fuel lines before the reach the fuel filter. It's mounted roughly under the fuel filter on the chassis leg of anyone else needs to know.

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