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Sorting out vacuum leaks...

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Sorting out vacuum leaks...

Post by my98s70glt » Tue Jan 14, 2020 2:33 pm

I’ve been smoke testing my ‘98 S70 GLT today. Tightened some clamps, changed some hoses, then came across an exposed nipple on the intake manifold located below the braided line in the pic...

I watched a RobertDIY video and, I believe, he said a hose should run to the TCV from there. On my set up, the hose he is referencing is coming from the vacuum tree. Can I just plug the intake manifold nipple or does the hose need to come from the intake manifold to the TCV and I plug the tree?
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Re: Sorting out vacuum leaks...

Post by my98s70glt » Tue Jan 14, 2020 4:09 pm

Answered my own question...
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Re: Sorting out vacuum leaks...

Post by abscate » Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:08 am

Hey there is something new there to me!

What’s an “ARW”?

It looks like part of the SUpplememtal Air Sustem , or SAS
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