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Thread: Vacuum line routing?

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    eldorado1 is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Vacuum line routing?

    I need some help figuring out what goes where on this 96 intake manifold... I labeled all the ports A-F in these 2 pics here. Also, is it correct that the port labeled "E" should be connected to the FPR? On my 95 manifold, it was connected to "C"... Any help is appreciated. Thanks,

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    Re: Vacuum line routing?

    aaaaaaany ideas ladies?

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    Re: Vacuum line routing?

    A - Left bank (front) cam cover right (passenger) side
    B - PCV valve
    C - Evap canister purge valve (port next to electrical connection, right bank cam cover)
    D - Power brake booster
    E - FPR
    F - runs to what appears to be a check valve? then to a "T" fitting then thru the firewall on the passenger side.
    Last edited by Ranger; 07-15-04 at 10:16 AM.

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    Re: Vacuum line routing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger
    A - Left bank (front) cam cover right (passenger) side
    B - PCV valve
    C - Evap canister purge valve (port next to electrical connection, right bank cam cover)
    D - Power brake booster
    E - FPR
    F - runs to what appears to be a check valve? then to a "T" fitting then thru the firewall on the passenger side.
    Okay, thanks for your help!


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