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Old 08-03-2012, 05:44 PM   #1
kwake330xi
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Broken vacuum line?

So I replaced my Disa valve on Saturday, and noticed that the little elbow on the lower intake boot was starting to crack. Ordered one from the dealer and put it on last night. Unfortunately somewhere along the way I broke the smaller of the 2 vacuum lines the go to the "F" connector that plugs into the upper intake boot. Managed to patch it up temporarily, but In doin that pulled it out of whatever it's connected to on the other end. Does anyone know where that line goes to? Seems to run down low to the back of the engine. The dealer couldnt find any info at all on it. And surprising to me, car ran fine even with the other end of that line just hangin loose.
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