|My Vr is in a 95 car, even though its a 98 engine, I don't have to get it scanned for inspection since the car is OBD 1. Any way here is what I could find on what resisters to use for it, I'm not sure who originally posted it, sorry.
I may have to put some kind of load (23 ohms, 6 watts (big resistor)) on the wire to keep from getting a permanent CEL.
The ECU switches the grounds for the Secondary Air Intake Valve (N112) and the Secondary Air Injection Pump Relay (J299). The ECU also looks for current flow on those circuits and will throw a CEL if they aren't there.
I removed the switched contacts from the relay that drives the Secondary Air Pump Motor but left the coil part of the relay connected. It is relay 100 in the relay box under the hood.
I wanted to replace the relay and the vacuum switch with resistors to clean it up but the resistor to replace the vacuum switch would have to be about 5 Watts (BIG).
A couple of 1 watt resistors (60 ohms for the relay, 30 ohms for the valve) and put them in a convoluted tube
Here is the final version of the Secondary Air Recirc system kluge. I used a 28 ohm 3 watt resistor for the Secondary Air Intake Valve (SAIV) and a 58 ohm 3 watt resistor for the Secondary Air Pump Relay.
1. Use the wire to the power side of the Secondary Air Pump Relay coil and connect it to one end of both resistors.
2. Connect the other end of the 58-ohm resistor to the wire from the ECU side of the Secondary Air Pump Relay coil.
3. Connect the other end of the 28-ohm resistor to the wire that goes from the SAIV to the ECU.
After the pic I slid the larger convoluted tube over it and taped it up.