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Jan 3, 3:07pm - #364453 
square vacuum switching valve?

its been awhile since ive had my SRI. and the cel has been on for about the same time.. i finally got a camera so i could take pics to ask you guys what was wrong with it. i guess this is supposed to be hooked up to two hoses somewhere according to:
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f0_1953364979_0_collapsed_5__1.html#1953364979

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Jan 3, 3:14pm - #364454 
here's some more pics of some hoses that are just dangling around in there... dunno what they're for.

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Jan 3, 3:20pm - #364455 
here's the third one..

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Jan 3, 5:10pm - #364456 
what brand of SRI did you get? i know for a fact that the vaccum switching valve DOES need all the hoses connected to it and DOES need to be electricly connected. as far as those hoses go, im not sure where that hose is coming from in pic 2, but give me 5 mins and i will go check mine outside thumbsup


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Jan 3, 5:21pm - #364457 
ok just checked it, the lines that were connected to the vaccum switching valve need to stay connected or you can change them out with the supplied tubing, also it needs to stay electrically plugged in. the hose in pic 2 connects to the vaccum switching valve and the hose in pic 3 also connects to this valve, check the sticker under your Hood, it tells you what hose connects to which valve, hope this helps. this is how i have mine connected and i havent had a CEL yet thumbsup


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Jan 3, 5:22pm - #364458 
well..the vacuum valve isn't even connected and i just found it in my garage... i have a topspeed Short Ram but im waiting on the AEM CAI to come in.. this was supposedly professionally installed.. psh.

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Jan 3, 5:24pm - #364459 
the problem is i dont know where to put the valve at? where does it go?

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Jan 3, 6:06pm - #364460 
umm well i just zip tied it right under the SRI, just ziptie it to anything secure so its out of the way thumbsup, and yea that thing is probably the reason you are gettin a CEL, it has to be connected.


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Jan 3, 6:18pm - #364461 
where to connect it electrically though..

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Jan 3, 6:43pm - #364462 
ohh well there should be a harness just hanging around under there. that should be it, unless they really did a horrible job and didnt reconnect anything, here use this install guide to fix it, i used this to install mine, just skip to where they tell you how to reconnect the hoses, it has large pictures with every install step thumbsup
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Jan 3, 6:45pm - #364463 
thanks for your help dude. happywink

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Jan 3, 7:51pm - #364464 
ah the problems of havin the stock ecu rofl


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Jan 3, 8:22pm - #364465 
Originally Posted by inifinity
thanks for your help dude. happywink

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