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Old 04-01-2007, 07:04 PM   #1
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Anyone got a second to talk about what lines might go where on my 01 SSEi? I'm finding someone has messed something up at some point... BUT I have no camera for pics. Sorry. It seems to run great, but the lines don't match the hood diagram and there is an empty port with no line on the BCS. Just the remains of foam and a clip to hold a line. Any idea or suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

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Figured out the foam - it'* a vent, thank you wilren. But still have a ? 'bout another T and line. :(
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What is the question?
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From a PM, he was wondering about the routing of the vacuum line from the T under the supercharger snout, as well as the multi-port connection on top of the supercharger.

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First the center vacuum port on the supercharger is capped off.

Then, the port from the LIM under the supercharger snout has a T connected to it. If you're standing on the passenger side of the engine, the left side of the T runs back to the MAP sensor. It has an elbow fitting that connects the vacuum line to the MAP sensor.

The right side goes to a vacuum line that runs to another T at the fuel pressure regulator, and then runs from that T to the BCS.
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Thanks you guys - I ordered the lines and Tees from the dealer and I will get it back together correctly friday. I jury rigged it and it works sooooo much better!

You guys rock.

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