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celicasx
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celicasx Apr 29, 11:08am - #167673 
1999 red Toyota Celica SX
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1999 Toyota Celica SX

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australia
aem cold air intake need help with vacuum hose

hi all i recently bought an AEM Cold Air Intake and i tried to fit it on by myself however i was stuck with one small problem. i dont know where to plug the other end of the vacuum hose that comes with the AEM Cold Air Intake. i installed one side onto the AEM pipe. but where does the other end go?? can someone please help me???

at the moment i have just sealed the other end of the pipe with a cap. is this bad for the car???

in desprite need for help
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Immo
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Immo Apr 29, 11:47am - #167674 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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You probably have the same I have.
There's nothing to connect it to. the us-spec celica's have another vacuum valve, which we don't have.
Just plug it up, you'll be fine.

What I did was run the wire from the nipple to the 'pin' (with the thread in it) to which you would screw the vacuum valve according to the manual.
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Erick
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Erick Apr 29, 4:27pm - #167675 

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o thats weird.. I learn something everyday.. thumbsup

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celicasx
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celicasx Apr 30, 2:53am - #167676 
1999 red Toyota Celica SX
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1999 Toyota Celica SX

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yeh thats wat i did its running heap good now...
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