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Before your car's engine can combust fuel, it needs to go through the necessary stops in order to reach the engine cylinder. One of the components responsible for distributing fuel correctly is the E.H.A. Valve. Basically, this component is meant for regulating the fuel flow to the lower parts of the CIS fuel distributor. Once this part gets damaged, however, you don't have any other choice but to get a replacement right away. Fortunately, getting a new E.H.A. Valve these days isn't as difficult as it used to. that's because right now, we have top-caliber EHA valves that you can buy at affordable prices. Our store's E.H.A. Valve has been crafted using only the best materials to ensure high quality. Aside from that, it has undergone all sorts of laboratory and field tests before being packaged in our warehouses. With the time and effort to make these EHA valves, it's not surprising that many engine builders choose them over others out there. Auto Parts Warehouse now offers these amazing and durable EHA valves. To purchase, just go to our home page, type the part that you're looking, choose the one you need, and place your order. With Auto Parts Warehouse, shopping is so easy and comfortable you'll come back for more.
Replacing a Leaking EHA Valve
A leak in the fuel system is never a good thing. One of the many causes of these leaks can be traced to the Electro Hydraulic Actuator(EHA) valve of your car. Most of the time, it's better to replace the whole valve rather than repairing it. The replacement procedure may require some automobile know-how.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Tools that you'll need:
- EHA valve
- Socket set
- Ratchet set
Step 1: Access the engine compartment of your vehicle.
Step 2: Disconnect the battery to prevent any accidental fire.
Step 3: Locate the EHA valve in the compartment by consulting with the repair manual of your car. It is usually mounted to the side of the fuel distributor.
Step 4: Carefully remove anything in the way of the EHA valve.
Step 5: Put a drip pan underneath the EHA valve to catch any fuel that may spill. If the drip pan does not fit underneath or if there are none present, you can put some rags underneath instead.
Step 6: Remove the electrical cable connected to the valve.
Step 7: Remove the bolts securing the EHA valve.
Step 8: Remove the valve from the distributor.
Step 9: Remove the O-rings from the distributor ports that connect to the EHA valve.
Step 10: Insert the new O-rings in the distributor port.
Step 11: Install the new EHA valve to the fuel distributor and reattach the bolts.
Step 12: Connect the electrical cables to the EHA valve.
Step 13: Wipe off any fuel that has spilled on the engine compartment with a rag.
Step 13: Reassemble the engine compartment and reattach the battery.
Step 14: Start your car and check the EHA valve for any leaks.
Always remember to disconnect the battery when working on a car's fuel system. This will prevent any fire caused by sparks coming into contact with the fuel.