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    How to disable & remove TOPS valve

    I searched and surprisingly couldn't find any info one how to disable and remove the TOPS valve without throwing a code. My stuff was out of an 05 RXP, but I upgraded everything to a newer style setup, so I no longer need the TOPS valve / plunger. Anyone have any info on how to disable and remove the TOPS valve without throwing a code? Thanks in advance for the help.


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    If you have 06+ electrics and ECU it will not throw a TOP Valve code. Now if your TOPS switch is not mounted vertical it will throw a TOPS switch code.

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    I have 05 electronics and upgraded the front oil pump setup to the 06 and used the 06 vent valve at the back of the engine eliminating all that extra in the front of the motor. So now I have the big solenoid just hanging there in the front of the motor and I just want to remove it, but not sure how to fool the system to think it is there without it actually being there.

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    OK then you should be able to install a 1.27-2.47 ohm resistor on the TOPs valve connector PU/GY and BW/WH. Then ground the OSPS switch BL/RE. I think that should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    OK then you should be able to install a 1.27-2.47 ohm resistor on the TOPs valve connector PU/GY and BW/WH. Then ground the OSPS switch BL/RE. I think that should work.
    Very nice. I will try the resistor in place of the sylenoid. We already grounded the sensor you mentioned.. thank you!

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    A 1.5k OHM resister in place of the solenoid worked. Thanks!

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    What wattage resistor are you using?

    I've tried 1.5k OHM at 1/4W and it just keeps blowing it?

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    What wattage resistor are you using?

    I've tried 1.5k OHM at 1/4W and it just keeps blowing it?
    Did you ever resolve the wattage? I am running a 2006 engine with 05 electronics also and need to bypass TOPS as well. Curious if a 1/2 watt resistor will work.

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    Seems I found my answer in a completely unrelated thread. For anyone that comes across this thread looking for an answer, it is a 1 w resistor.

    Found in this thread regarding upgrading your 215 to 300 coils

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ight=300+coils

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