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Old 06-11-2010, 08:52 AM
marks82 marks82 is offline
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Where does the small vacuum line for the valve cover Tee connector go?

Hi guys,

Hoping someone could shed some light on a problem I've got. I inherited an '82 320i that was in pretty sorry shape. The previous owner had dome some hack repairs to it with vacuum lines plugged with bolts, etc. I'm trying to get my vacuum lines routed properly and can't find any reference as to where the small vacuum line from the "Tee" connector off the valve cover goes to. Is this for the EVAP canister, ported vacuum or manifold vacuum? I'm stumped and can't find any literature on this. Thanks.
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Old 06-14-2010, 01:34 PM
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Update. Found where it goes on another E21. small line goes to manifold vacuum. other lines are Teed to 1. the valve cover and 2. air intake boot.
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