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Old 07-02-2018, 02:37 AM   #1
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Differences in FITV for Manual and Auto

What are the differences in the fitv for manual and auto. I replaced mine with a jy one from a car with auto and my car is manual. There are different part numbers for the two so there must be some difference. Anyone know?
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Old 07-02-2018, 06:04 AM   #2
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Wow, I wasn't aware there are two different part numbers, but I would think either one would work (if functioning properly). Unless the bottom end of yours is really corroded, they can be rebuilt by disassembling and replacing the o-rings. The critical o-ring is the one on the white/yellow piston, it turns to plastic and allows air leakage past the piston. Short on time this morning, but look for my thread in the DIY section.
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Old 07-04-2018, 07:30 PM   #3
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Wow, I wasn't aware there are two different part numbers, but I would think either one would work (if functioning properly). Unless the bottom end of yours is really corroded, they can be rebuilt by disassembling and replacing the o-rings. The critical o-ring is the one on the white/yellow piston, it turns to plastic and allows air leakage past the piston. Short on time this morning, but look for my thread in the DIY section.
I've replaced all those o-rings. Even the one in fuel regulator but my fitv is from an automatic. I still have the original that came out. They look exactly the same. Am just wondering what is their difference. Like the EG valve. Slightly different for ex model but would never know it really by looking at them.
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They could be all the same parts, but a slightly different setting depending on whether it is for an auto or manual (since they only sell it as a whole assembly from Honda).
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