Anyone have a good diagram of the 2.0's vacuum lines? All I found was VR6 ones, and an engine shot or two.
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Dan in case you didn't know if you hit Alt + Print Screen with a program window selected you can screencap just that window. So instead of:
Youd get just this:
Without having to select which portion you want manually and trimming away the rest of the screen.
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Modified by JDub8 at 6:00 PM 5-2-2009
There looks like there could be a spot for a valve to go into my throttle body, but there is just a screw covering it up. I think ive seen some pics online of TB's having a valves sticking out of em....could i be getting an insufficient vacuum from my one hose not being connected to the TB?
I was just going by what's shown in the diagrams posted. I know some TB's have an extra vacuum port and others have it blocked off from the factory. If you have a vacuum hose not connected to anything, then you have a leak and could have various idle/unmetered air issues. I did a quick search. Check the pic in this thread and it may help you:
#7 goes to the throttle body port and the purge valve hose. I think on later models there is sometimes an additional port on the TB that goes to a heated PCV valve on the intake tube.
check this TB on this ebay listing.
Notice the valve coming out of the TB, the throttle body i have has a small bolt going through it blocking it off....im wondering if i can find a valve somewhere to put in there so I can hook the purge vacuum line back up.
There should definitely be one vacuum port there. Some have two like this, but the bigger one is always there except for maybe some early OBD1 ones.
Sounds like someone broke it or blocked it off. You may be able to get some type of plastic connector to fit there or remove one from a junkyard. If someone just put a screw or bolt in it to block it off, it may not be the correct thread/pitch and they could have messed up the threads on the TB. You may have to replace the TB altogether.
normally there are no threads in there, so whoever put that bolt down into there must have just made some threads in there, my next day off im going to go into home depot and find something to fit in there half way. does anyone know by not having the purge vacuum line up what impact will it have on anything like MPG or emmissions related issues?
Reviving and older thread here.....
I am at work so do not have a pic, but, up by the brakes near the drive side of the windshield I have a T-connection with some vacuum tubes. The one that is going off to the right (drive side) is collapsed. Any idea with out a pic what this goes to? I looked at Dan's diagrams and didn't see it.