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    Pipe Location?? 1997 V70R

    Hi - just putting my V70R back together after a front end shunt and am stumped as to where this little - vac?? - line goes?? It originates from underneath the o/s headlight area and then looks as though it runs along the slam panel locating somewhere on the n/s area. It's got me totally stumped tbh. It's not the one that goes on the back of the airbox onto the turbo feed ad tjat is in place, but it is very similar.


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    Could it be the infamous elbow that connects to the top left of the inlet manifold? It's tucked away behind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmb View Post
    Could it be the infamous elbow that connects to the top left of the inlet manifold? It's tucked away behind...
    No that's all in place. According to another forum it connects to the cruise control vac pump under the battery tray!?! I won't find out until tomorrow....
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    Sounds like you've found it, let us know how it goes.

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    Either that or it connects to the EVAP valve on the top right of the radiator
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