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Old 07-27-2010, 07:30 AM   #1
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Now the car is NA, I am trying to figure out where the vacuum lines go. Im not sure what was rerouted for the Turbo Setup, but until I can go turbo again I need this car to at least be able to be a DD. Does this port go directly into the Air Intake? This car will not run at all cold on its own, It has to be warm. I am assuming this is probably the problem. Name:  iacv1.jpg
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Old 07-27-2010, 08:41 AM   #2
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plumb it directly into the intake tract

and yes, you're right, that is the intake for the idle air control

your car should run decently anyways if that is open to atmosphere - you just wont get any air past the MAF at idle.

Empty a can of "throttle body and air intake" cleaner into it?
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yep, plumb it back to the intake between the TB and MAF and you'll have no problems.
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