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Old 07-07-2014, 10:09 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

I am having issues with my vacuum system and could use some pictures if possible.

I need the lines coming from the engine to the A/C , 4x4 solenoid.

My vacuum lines are all messed up

Thanks for the help guys
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Show me a picture and I'll tell yuh where they go.
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Blue: from engine

Red: to bottom reservoir

Orange: to A/C in cab

Black : runs into picture below and then into top reservoir



Thanks for any help I know I have some leak because my A/C cuts out under accel This weekend I am going to get up under the dash to check back there.

Thanks again
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Not sure why that Green is plugged into a solenoid, but it SHOULD be plugged into the EVR then rout to the EGR. That's it for Green, - shouldn't even be in the picture lol.

So, Green should be Red with White right below.

Looks like the other solenoind may be okay. Should be Beige (possibly Pink) on top with Black on the bottom.

The AC is correct, - into the branch fitting.

What else ?

Your missing the Blue check valve from what I can see. I mean it's gone! Where did it go? OH WAIT, I see it...barely and just one end so I can't help any further. The end I can see is correct (Red).

I don't see the other check valve though. You should have one that's solid blue and another that has like a blue stripe around it.

Looks like someone substituted normal non interrupt vacuum T's in vs what should be there.

Second pic looks okay, from what I can see anyway. Your thumbs in the damn way, so I can't see what's on the other side of the blue line at the junction. 4WD work okay? If so, it's most likely alright down there.

Yea, can't see everything of course. I'd have to see the vacuum harness complete....everything to see all that is wrong. - Throttle body included. That's what I see so far tho.
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Not sure why that Green is plugged into a solenoid, but it SHOULD be plugged into the EVR then rout to the EGR. That's it for Green, - shouldn't even be in the picture lol.

So, Green should be Red with White right below.

Looks like the other solenoind may be okay. Should be Beige (possibly Pink) on top with Black on the bottom.

The AC is correct, - into the branch fitting.

What else ?

Your missing the Blue check valve from what I can see. I mean it's gone! Where did it go? OH WAIT, I see it...barely and just one end so I can't help any further. The end I can see is correct (Red).

I don't see the other check valve though. You should have one that's solid blue and another that has like a blue stripe around it.

Looks like someone substituted normal non interrupt vacuum T's in vs what should be there.

Second pic looks okay, from what I can see anyway. Your thumbs in the damn way, so I can't see what's on the other side of the blue line at the junction. 4WD work okay? If so, it's most likely alright down there.

Yea, can't see everything of course. I'd have to see the vacuum harness complete....everything to see all that is wrong. - Throttle body included. That's what I see so far tho.
To start thanks for the help.....

I am going to check the green line on the 4x4 tomorrow I do have a green line for the EGR the harness on the engine side looks good and I believe to be correct (This but this side is all jacked up)

I am going to replace the white T fitting tomorrow.

The check valve you see is on the red line and it runs to the bottom reservoir and its all blue

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To start thanks for the help.....

I am going to check the green line on the 4x4 tomorrow I do have a green line for the EGR the harness on the engine side looks good and I believe to be correct (This but this side is all jacked up)

I am going to replace the white T fitting tomorrow.

The check valve you see is on the red line and it runs to the bottom reservoir and its all blue

I wouldn't, -since that's all correct. I'd leave that OEM white T alone. Well, on one side of the all blue check valve, the Red line connects to the reservoir behind the battery, (not in the fenderwell). Acutually it joins that white line just below the the Green line you have pictured. There's a double into single boot both Red and White run into just before the back of battery reservoir.

Like I said, - if you want your 4WD to work, replace that Green with the Red. That's suppose to plug directly into the shift solenoid. From there, run to the Blue. Yea, mixing the colors up and installing different type T's, - (like that black one) doesn't help. Not saying you did it, - doesn't really matter anyway, - you want it right...right?

If I could see where that Green is going, it would explain allot lol.

Anyway, down by the inner fenderwell (suppose to be a plastic pin holding it to) you have your Blue and Pink lines (like you have pictured). Those two lines supply vac to your 2WD solenoid and your 4WD solenoid. For your green line to be correct, it would have to run directly to the Blue.

Yea, which color is it on the other side of the Blue vac line (not the check valve)?
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Man, don't you wish there was a simple diagram w/colors. I like the kind with colors. Sure would be nice in this case!

(Maybe there is now, I haven't looked in quite awhile)

Actually the simple diagram is stickered under the hood. That one is a little too simple though, doesn't cover what it should.
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Found a couple pics, -

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I had some of them disconnected here, - might help anyway.
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