Sorry to say, but they are the same resistors you can get anywhere else, just need to match up the resistanceurmdvx said:"solomd" THANKS A LOT MAN!
Finally I can test it.
BTW those resistors at radioshack are may not be the once you need for Intrepid. And the difference can be seen during the summer when the air is hot and perfomance goes down.
I bought one that was tested and "kinda proven" to work.
I dono I won't be sure till I try it so got to test it first and if there is a time I will test performance at a car shop's computer so the numbers will speak clearly(if I will find one nearby).
it's called a dyno, nothing like spending $75 to try and prove a $2 mod workedurmdvx said:Still trying to find a good carshop to test my mod on their computer. I can't say I feel real power, but my torque feels stronger. I wonna see the numbers.......need to find where to test it.
Finally somebody that can answer the question instead of getting off on all these questions about modifying and getting 10 to 15 horsepower more. You are correct about the location. Thank you againIt is a black connector on the right side of your throttle body beside a silver line. Has two wires sticking out of it. I will try and take a picture for you once I get home.
I got your attachments for the downloads. But it doesn't show if it should be horizontal or vertical when I insert it. There is no position to where you can turn it and it kind of locks in place. I can basically just keep turning it around and around and there's no slot to let me know how it's supposed to sit.For the IAT......