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Old June 11th, 2013, 11:53 PM
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Well I poked around a bit today, after I got the intake put back on, and valve covers done,, They were leaking. Pondering. The connector on my white vacuum line from the evr to the steel line that connects to the resevoir is the same size as the vacuum source connector from the manifold. If they had been confused, what could I expect?

I ask because after messing around with the resevoir, I see no reason I have no vacuum to the white line. the resevoir is plastic and is good shape. dont know how I would test it anyway
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below is my resevoir, The white line i have no vacuum on would come from the bottom right. The bottom left is the vacuum supply.

Whats happening is the bottom left is just a indefinite vacuum. its not releasing to the the right side evr port.

The top ports are fine,, but they are a different chamber in this dual chamber unit.

Do resevoirs get clogged?

In addition,,, if I tap the other line that is getting vacuum, I lose cruise control. hmmmmmmmmmm






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Old June 12th, 2013, 03:12 PM
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UPDATE:

I went out ans switched the lines as they came down the firewall.. black to white, white to black.

After a test drive.. I am getting vacuum at the evr and my criuse in operational.

apparetnly the person who did my injectors last year switched them.. which should remind everyone to label stuff..

Thanks for the assistance
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Anytime, I was gonna recommend you do that, lol. Great minds think alike.


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dont forget to plug any unused ports


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Great thread, but as usual for me, I have mysteries unsolved.

A: What is this line for?
B: Should there be a hose attached to this?


C: I notice you have a hose running from the tree that I do not. What does this line go to?


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Great thread, but as usual for me, I have mysteries unsolved.
Thanks in advance!
you may want to PM Booba, he stays busy


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A - Goes to the main vacuum tree, it supplies vacuum to the HVAC system. Leave the round disc thing, it's a check valve.

B - Is the inlet breather for the smog pump

C - Vacuum line for the cruise control

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First of all, let me say thanks! This is literally the holy grail of vacuum line posts. I've been dealing with an 401 EGR CEL off and on for over a year, so I'm more than excited to find this post.

I know this is a giant thread resurrection but I have to ask, these can be normal vacuum hose lines correct? They do not need to be silicone? I know silicone can handle higher temps, but they don't sell it by the foot like non silicone. Thanks again.
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Guess that would depend on the temperature rating of the regular type hose.


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