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Sorry to bring this up again....
"Vac lines 101"

Which part of the "Y" has the restrictor?? The one that branches off or the one that goes straight thru? And am I correct that the one with the restrictor goes to the turbo? I was told the one that branches off is the one with the restrictor, and the straight thru hose goes to the WG.

I am work and cant look @ it right now....

Thanks

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[This message has been edited by F1 (edited December 04, 2000).]
 

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Straight part of the "Y" has the restrictor and goes to the compressor housing fitting. The angled part of the "Y" goes to the wastegate actuator. Leg of the "Y" goes to the left port of the wastegate solenoid. The other port on the wastegate solenoid should have a foam filter on it. Zip tie all connections to be safe. Inspect for any cracks or bad spots on the hoses.

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Thanks Chad,

Looks like mine is ok. Still trying to track down that boost flutter issue...

Dave

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