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vacuum lines from s/c to where ever it goes

i know its a bit much PLEASE can any one take photos or his/her working car air vacuum lines ??? like the ones underneath the front engine cover going in to the s/c i found only one guy who took the time and took some pics but they where blurry as heck and only for the s/c not going to the throttle body and stuff . THANKS !!! i have the new lines ready to be cut ^^ the damn car is running super lean QQ
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you have of course checked Leapyfish's sig block for any help?

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If you can wait until tomorrow morning i will take a few, just keep in mind my car is a 2002 so the lines may be a little different.
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If you can wait until tomorrow morning i will take a few, just keep in mind my car is a 2002 so the lines may be a little different.
thanks im going out to the scrab yeard now i need a pipe that has been broken it comes out from the side of the engine manifold side anyways thanks :>
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If you can wait until tomorrow morning i will take a few, just keep in mind my car is a 2002 so the lines may be a little different.
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im usre i have looked at it 3 months ago when i started looking for it :S but now that i have my s/c up and running i need the power :> but anyways i looked everywhere no body did show it or at least i couldnt find it .
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thanks im going out to the scrab yeard now i need a pipe that has been broken it comes out from the side of the engine manifold side anyways thanks :>
It sound like one of those breather hose. It under the intake manifold and the hose is connected to a valve (I believe). I replaced it myself but required remove the intake manifold. I think I posted pictures on the other forum.
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This is the best i can do without removing a bunch of parts, hope it helps.
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THANK YOU OHHHHHHH SOOOO VERY MUCH but the thing is your car is not like mind :> but im sure many will use those pic ^^ anyways i went to the scrab yard and i bought what i needed and i looked at the other engines and asked around the guy there told me what to do and im about 80% done now ^^ all the need is go to the mecha tomoroz and hook the new((used)) item and to it the air pipes ^^ photos are in bound ^^
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This is the best i can do without removing a bunch of parts, hope it helps.
Livefreeordie, just wondering from seeing Your pictures.

I´ve only got a hose as the green one the picture but You have a T-nipple which splits the vaccum-line into a red one also. Where does the "re-lined" vacuumhose go?
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so i got around to do it yesterday and this is what i did! i think i did it wrong coz the car is slow yet ...








so what do you think ?? did i do a good job of re routing all the vac lines ?? if so why is it sooo corolla slow QQ
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Were you able to confirm those connections?

I'm interested in the lines 2 and 3 that you circled in your picture.

These two lines broke off and I can't figure what goes where.
In the picture I have attached, I've connected line 3 to the shut off valve.
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I was able to locate another 1999 slk230 and checked under the hood. The vacuum line connected to the top of the switch-over-valve(y32) goes to the shut-off-valve and the line that is connected to the left side of the Y32(facing y32), goes to the supercharger. I had mine reversed in the picture I posted in post #12
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