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Ok I’ve been trying to figure this out. Idiot me didn’t pay attention when disconnecting these. I see three (3) small hose connections. A flared hose, a check valve and a barb sticking out of the rectangular block, electric valve. But only see two hoses, one from the EGR and the other from the Fuel Filter. Guessing the flared tube goes to the check valve on the manifold and the EGR goes to the barb and the hose from the fuel filter goes to the intake boot.

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Do I have that correctly?


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Thanks. My vacuum reservoir port is capped.


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Back up and running and no codes so far. Haven’t checked xTFT yet.


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Ok I’ve been trying to figure this out. Idiot me didn’t pay attention when disconnecting these. I see three (3) small hose connections. A flared hose, a check valve and a barb sticking out of the rectangular block, electric valve. But only see two hoses, one from the EGR and the other from the Fuel Filter. Guessing the flared tube goes to the check valve on the manifold and the EGR goes to the barb and the hose from the fuel filter goes to the intake boot.
Fwiw, that "flared tube" (aka vacuum line) looks ready to be replaced, along with probably the other soft vacuum lines back there that are part of the SAP control system. Sooner or later it is likely to fall apart or crack and create a vacuum leak.
 
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