ImUrOBGYN wrote:Are you missing the diagram of your vacuum routing that's underneath your hood? Should be there and tell you exactly what goes where.
That vacuum switching valve with the exposed nipple, heheh, is for the airbox flapper. I can't recall the diagram/routing offhand, though. And, it's 115am, sooo....
ImUrOBGYN wrote:Well, any unmetered air taken in by the engine will call a surge and/or uneven idle. Not to mention, will have you running a bit lean. Get it back together, drive it a bit and let us know if there are any new symptoms or if the same ones remain. It sure can't hurt it to have vacuum lines where they go!
PS - When I bought my Vibe, the vacuum lines were ran incorrectly. No check engine light or anything. Thank goodness for vacuum line routing diagrams! I never see other GTs or XRSs to compare to.
thebarber wrote:IACV issue?
SirLinux wrote:thebarber wrote:IACV issue?
That is what I was going to look at next. Is the IACV the device I unplugged that is directly beneath where the throttle cable attaches? Know of a way to test it rather than just replace?
vibrologist wrote:It should close completely. It is the Idle Air Control Valve that handles the air to maintain idle.
http://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-a- ... body-works
I am sure you can find a good used one.
In general, how hard is it for my mechanic to look for a vacuum leak?
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