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Old 07-23-2013, 01:20 PM   #1
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22re egr delete, vac line removal.

Can anyone who has deleted their egr on a 22re and removed a good chunk of the vac lines be able to post a picture or two for me? I know i need ot keep my power steering vac lines and i think there is on line i have to loop on the throttle body but not sure which one I have to do that too. I have been searching the forum and i will continue to search for it. Thanks in advance
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I deleted mine and ended up with like 3 lines left. However mine does not have power steering. I'll try to post Luca later today
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thanks man! i just remembered i don't really need to keep the power steering lines they're only there for low speed or idle when turning the wheels to full lock but i would definitely like to know what can and can't go!
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The only ones I have are for ac and the fuel pressure regulator. If I remember correctly.
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what port on the throttle body did you plug that into does it matter which one? not sure if charcoal canister has a vac line either.
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what port on the throttle body did you plug that into does it matter which one? not sure if charcoal canister has a vac line either.
I'm removed my egr last night and I'm looking at slimming down these vacuum lines

I traced and labeled all the lines

It looks like I will be able to remove that metal mess of hard lines as well.

The evap canister line goes to the first vacuum port on the throttle body.

The 2nd and 3rd port on the throttle body are for the egr system so they can be capped

The last port on the throttle body goes to the fuel regulator that one will have to remain hooked up

My question is ...

The blue vsv is for the fuel regulator which needs to remain hooked up

The brown vsv ..... Can this be removed ?
One of vacuum lines goes to the pair valve
The other one goes to the intake plenum at the same spot as the fuel vsv vacuum line

Any input guys ?

Thanks in advance
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