I was working on my 98 subaru legacy today and I was about to put the cover on the throttle body, when I noticed a small vacuum line was disconnected. This vacuum line comes from the pressure exchange solenoid and one end connects to the fuel pressure regulator and goes thru a small filter, but what does the other end connect to - and where is it located?
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Vacuum line from pressure exchange solenoid
Posted 02 October 2013 - 12:18 AM
There is a pressure source switching solenoid on the passenger strut tower. And the Evap purge solenoid under the #3 intake runner.
The line with the filter is supposed to go to the switching solenoid, which has a small line that then goes to the MAP sensor right next to it.
Posted 03 October 2013 - 07:55 PM
finally found where the vacuum line goes - it goes to the intake manifold just below where the vacuum line from the power brake booster connects to the intake manifold
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