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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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the fourth hose to the diverter valve

I have three large hoses going to the diverter valve, and one open vacuum fitting on the bottom. looks like a 3/16 hose goes there. where is the other end of that hose?
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is one already connected to your cat?
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it turns out I have a major vacuum hose disconnection infection.

a brown plastic tube that connects to the top of the rear solenoid in the middle
a black plastic tube that connects to the bottom of both solenoids in the middle
and the bottom of the diverter valve

all disconnected
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Would help if you filled out all of the information about your rig in your profile. check out this thread to. He covers everything related to the vacuum system from soup to nuts..

Replace Plastic Vacuum Hoses with Rubber
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Then go to the noobie forum & read the sticky thread at the top called "Official Name This Part".
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Does it look something like this? It would be nice to know your vehicle specs - year, engine/ transmission, etc.



Thermactor Air Diverter (TAD) Valve - located near Firewall



Thermactor Air Bypass (TAB) Valve - Located passenger side



TAB/TAD/EVR Solenoids - Located driver side



Solenoid Vacuum Lines



Vacuum Reservoir (VRES)



1990 OEM Vaccum Line Harness



1990 Vacuum Hose Routing
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