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E34 M5 (1988-1995)

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Old 07-11-2014, 11:07 PM
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s38b36 vacuum question

I just replaced all the gaskets and rings on the intake side of the engine.. the vacuum lines were kinda tossed there so I just tossed them back to see if everything sealed, ran fine with a leak though at 850 rpm at idle
I went in and out the lines where they are suppose to except for the valve cover line to the bottom of the
Intake manifold, and the line under the two vacuum lines on the throttle body, the slightly bigger one on the bottom

I have no clue where and what the slightly larger vacuum line on the throttle body goes,
Also I plugged the valve cover and bottom of manifold lines since I'm about to get a new hose
And accidently broke the line in front of the block right behind the coolant hoses..
It idled at about 3000 and sounded like it was about to blow the injector rings out
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