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Old 01-17-2014, 03:23 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know where this vaccum port goes to?

When playing around in the engine bay the other day I noticed this vaccum port down by the 5th/6th port actuators that wasnt hooked up to anything. The picture kinda sucks but if anyone knows what it should be hooked up to could you please elighten me?
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Looks like the pressure tube to actuate your secondaries. It should be connected to a fitting in your exhaust pipe if it's an S4. S5 uses pressure from the air pump. I'm unsure where that is hooked at.
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Hey guys, this is just a reminder that you're posting in the CLASSIFIED subsection.
I'm sure you intended to post in the TECH, 2nd Gen subsection...?

I don't have authority in here, so I can't move this automatically.

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Gracias sir. I would of never noticed this if you hadnt said something.
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it is to activate the auxiliary ports through a connection to the split air pipe going down to the main cat.
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