Call me an idiot, but it wasn't clear to me reading the thread. What size plugs would be used to plug the manifolds for the earlier style (94 impala)?
Secondly, what can used to plug the hole in the stock airbox once removing the rubber hose from the airpump?
You might be able to find something suitable at a hardware store to plug the box with.
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i just did the disable procedure. i have a '96, and the 5/8 flare cap from Home Depot ($3.30ea.) worked perfect. I left the tubing there for now, so i used some plugs to plug it. it took two 3/8 rubber plugs. i purchased them from Autozone, maybe $4 or $5. thx for the info.
Just thought it'd be helpful to see what parts are deleted.
There were a couple more clips, but i used those to clamp up the newly loose connections.
I might clean up and put some of the bolts from the brace/bracket back on to keep dirt out.
To the right of the picture, that metal tab was what was holding the tube to the passenger side of the engine. There was no screw in mine, apparently someone had worked there before and didn't put it back in.
You can get to it by removing the passenger air dam and going up into the small cavity without jacking up the car. I have small hands so i could of easily put a wrench or screwdriver in there, but all i had to do was to wiggle it out.