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Old 11-17-2008, 02:14 AM
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I have no choice so now i have to make a thread.

I need to know what goes in this whole in the block? What sensor is that in the block? There is another green one under that I broke, what is it? And can i use that pipe of my H23? I have been searching for that past 2 days. Also, isnt the an oil control orifice in the that goes in the middle of the H22 head? These arent my pics, just googled them. sorry for the bad circles.



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Re: I have no choice so now i have to make a thread.

in the 1st pic i think it is where the oil pressure sensor goes and the second pic it looks like a valve cover stud
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Re: I have no choice so now i have to make a thread.

the sensor that's broken on the back side of the block in the first pic is the knock sensor.
the whole is supposed to be empty on H22s i'm pretty sure. And the H23 and H22 coolant pipes are the same.
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Re: I have no choice so now i have to make a thread.

1st pic top red circle:

its the oil orifice plug thing...its to plug the oil for the h23 block that is open for h22...more or less.

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Ok thanks i appreciate it.
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