The PCB and Project Box can be purchased from Radioshack, but I don't have part numbers for them. They carry a good selection in store, so as long as you get a PCB that is at least 2" by 3", and a box that can hold that, plus at least 1" tall, you shouldn't have a problem.Awesome write up!!!!!!!!!!!!!:thumbup:
Where can I get the PCB(printed circuit board)?
The car will show a CE/SES light if you remove the SAP without using a simulator.Is it true that pre-03 cars won't get a SES light?
Performance will not be affected by removing the SAP, which pumps air into the exhaust for about a minute on cold days. Otherwise the valve is closed and the SAP is not operating....Also if I deleted my SAP without the sim, would my car still run the same and I got an SES or will it effect engine performance in any way?
The plug is not really visible from the top. It is on the bottom of the unit. Easy enough to get to though.I'm hoping someone could give me a bit of insight into the 04+ models.
There appears to be two different types of SAP systems for our cars. I just took a look at mine and I have the newer version with an air filter. Part number 3 is a mass air flow sensor. I don't even see a connector for control signals on either SAP. Is it hiding somewhere?