On both my cars the rubber elbow is connected to hard plastic tube which
shouldn't disappear if it came off the elbow.
Isn't the fuel pressure reg on the fuel rail infront of the engine? by
the vavle cover closest to the rafiator.
91 Bonneville 318,565
05 Park Avenue 84,789
one further clarification, the car is a SSEi.
there are 3 vac elbows on this evap switch:
first one comes from the evap canister purge valve,
second one goes to the canister,
third one, on the bottom, is the mystery vacuum elbow.
the mystery vacuum elbow is not shown on the emissions/vacuum diagram on
the only other hard vac line in the area goes from just below the super
charger to the map sensor(s). it appears to be intact by finger tracing
yes, this is correct. the item of concern is the evap switch.
any clue as to where the third vac line goes? i could back trace and
find the lose vac line this way.
thanks for your time,
i found a picture of the part in question at compnine.com and put it
into the tinyurl below...it is #19m(SWITCH KIT,EVAP EMIS CNSTR PURGE )
a closeup is here:
inthe picture, the vacuum port in question is pointing up, when
installed this is pointing down. the diagram from tinyurl doesnt show a
line going to this port but there is indeed an elbow and appling
pressureand suction to the port does activate something like a check
valve it sounds like.
should i be concerned about this? i cant find any line for the elbow
which is on the port.
nobody else has this on their '97 SSEi?
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