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man whore
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Just put on my BCC and now my car dies sometimes after hard driving. IE I punch it get 16-19 psi get up to speed put the clutch in to cost some and when the rpms go down they go all the way down and the car tuns off it starts right back up and idles fine not like when a IC hose came off.

any idea what is going on?
 

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man whore
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no I dont have a aftermarket BOV. and no it did not occur before the BCC. it must be some thing with the BCC or something with hitting 20 psi. the car ran fine before the BCC.

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2. Red BCC wire to any 12V source such as car battery +

3. Black BCC wire, and negative probe of your voltmeter, to ground of same battery.

4. White BCC wire to any automotive voltage source of 5-12V. Simplest is to use the 12V source same as red wire. Others have used the 6V output of a battery charger, doesn't matter because any Input of 5-12v to the BCC will give the same Output for a given adjustment screw setting.

5. Green BCC wire to the positive probe of your voltmeter.

6. Turn screw to provide voltmeter reading of Nearly but Not More Than: 4.3 V for 93-95 cars; 4.1 V for 96-98 cars.

Hope this helps....
Brian
 
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