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Old 10-30-2018, 02:31 AM   #1
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Looking at the m44 vac diagram, there is a T fitting with nothing attached on the top post. Is this correct? Thats how mine is setup too and im wondering if i have a disconnected vac line.
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No that's not right. Should be a line on there.

I can't think of where that line goes off hand. One of them around there goes back to the fuel filter area. I think onto the FPR. Not sure that it's that one or not.
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Figure 2 is the area in question. Ill have another look, but i dont remember ever seeing a line on there, or seeing a disconected line lying near there. Thanks for the response
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Yep figure 2. After thinking, I'm fairly confident that is the line that goes to FPR on a stock Ti
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So figure 2, one end comes from the check valve, the other end goes to FPR, and the third line?
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Looking at the diagram there. Looks like it goes to upper intake somewhere.
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