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Old 10-22-2012, 01:18 PM   #1
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Couple Questions On Chevy Engine

Any mechanics in the house
In the pic you can see the vacuum line unattached---It is metal here and then rubber up further---It goes to the back of the engine to a tee with 2 other lines on it---The vacuum on the manifold seems loose and can be rotated back and forth easily---Is that wrong for it to move and what is that line actually for?

Other pic is of a loose wire hanging down over a vacuum canister---It's female end and the wire is white and comes down from passenger side, like from near behind the glove box area---Anyone know where that is supposed to be plugged in----Thanks

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Old 10-22-2012, 03:05 PM   #2
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Well, at first glance it would appear in the bottom picture the vacuum line is missing where it should be attached to what looks like an EGR valve.

As far as the other lines can't answer your question. If your engine is running OK and you can't hear any vacuum leaks, I wouldn't be too concerned.

Hopefully other forum members can provide you better assistance.

Best of luck and safe travels...
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