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Old 11-24-2011, 02:53 PM
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HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

I was installing my K&N filter and for some reason one small tube connected to the vacuum tank broke...

What I want to know it's how bad this can be or if need to replaced...

Check the pictures and please let me know.
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This is the K&N filter I'm trying to install but know I want to know if I need to replace that part before finish the installation.
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VACUUM TANK!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

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I was installing my K&N filter and for some reason one small tube connected to the vacuum tank broke...

What I want to know it's how bad this can be or if need to replaced...

Check the pictures and please let me know.
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

That canister is part of your stock intake. I believe it is the intake solenoid valve. You have to remove it for your new intake system, as well as the resonator that is inside the bumper. very easy to remove, there is a writeup in the DIY section. just follow the air line to the intake manifold and plug it.
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Upssss....

No need to bump a thread you just posted 3 hours ago.... it is a holiday and not many visit here....be patient.


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That canister is part of your stock intake. I believe it is the intake solenoid valve. You have to remove it for your new intake system, as well as the resonator that is inside the bumper. very easy to remove, there is a writeup in the DIY section. just follow the air line to the intake manifold and plug it.
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Just unplug that connector on there and remove everything according to said writeup. Nothing to worry about.
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

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That canister is part of your stock intake. I believe it is the intake solenoid valve. You have to remove it for your new intake system, as well as the resonator that is inside the bumper. very easy to remove, there is a writeup in the DIY section. just follow the air line to the intake manifold and plug it.
THX for the feedback!! I'm going to take a look.

After the installation, the check engine light came up... so... now what?? gooosssh!! jejejeje LOL
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

I've heard of alot of people having that issue....


Just remove everything and cap off the lines accordingly and reset the ecu afterwards.
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

Remove that whole diaphragm and solenoid all the way up to the intake itself and cap it off.
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

Hmm the one in my car was never removed? What would not removing it do?
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Re: HELP!! THIS CAN BE BAD?!

Thank you for your comments
What I did, I put it back I kind of fix it(LOL) I reset the ecu and no more problems... ready to roll!!
Will see how that works and I let you know.
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Hmm the one in my car was never removed? What would not removing it do?
it won't do anything, it's just part of the stock system. removing it may give you 1 or 2 more HP, but either way it is not hurting anything
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