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I heard this hissing sound and also traced it to a nipple on the passenger side of the intake manifold simply below the hose going to the PCV valve.
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According to the vacuum diagram, and ruling out various other lines coming off the intake, I think it is the one detailed as:TO CLIMATE CONTROL, VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL, 4X4 AXLE(WHEN EQUIPED)This indicates nothing to me as much as wbelow it"s physically expected to be linked to. I found what might be a broken off plastic nipple on the earlier of the thing the cruise regulate throttle cable comes out of, but I"m not really certain if that"s what it even is. Could anyone tell/present me where it should affix to? Can I do it via bulk vacuum hose or is it a special one?
If I cover it with my finger the engine dies. Haven"t tried founding it through it capped, however I"m pretty certain it have to be linked to something.
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I understand this is an old thread, but yes, it hooks approximately the climate regulate dial and the AC device. On my engine, it goes like this:Nipple -> 90 degree elbow -> 2-method splitter One branch of the splitter is 5/32" vacuum line via the engine compartment to a rubber bung in the firewall and then to the main nipple on the climate regulate dial.The various other branch runs up and also roughly to the AC mechanism. I can"t watch the hookup tbelow because of as well many parts in the way.I understand also that if you are equipped via 4x4, it will also break-up off to control that.
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