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Old 01-04-2018, 08:00 AM   #1
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Trying to clean up the engine bay and remove EGR and EVAP. EGR is simple, not sure how to do EVAP the right way. Purge solenoid has 2 vacuum ports, 1 goes to the TB other goes all the way back to the EVAP canister. I'll be installing Northstar TB so the vacuum source will be eliminated as I don't have the vacuum fitting on the TB adapter. What to do about the line that goes back to the canister? Do I plug it or just leave it? Had it done on my '04 and if memory serves me right I saw it just moved on the side with the electrical connector but can't tell for sure is it was plugged or not.
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fwiw, in my rats nest, it's just unplugged near the firewall iirc.
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Went through old pictures of my '04 and it did look that way, wasn't sure if guy plugged it though.
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