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This is a discussion on Intercooler Disconnected Hose within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hello again. I noticed that one of the hoses that leads off from the intercooler wasn't connected to anything, and ...

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    Hello again.
    I noticed that one of the hoses that leads off from the intercooler wasn't connected to anything, and another hose that leads over to the turbo was hanging and not connected to anything. I'm unsure if I should connect them (I'm assuming they belong to eachother)? Also, the previous owner did all sorts of stuff to this car so I'm unsure if anyone ever does this intentionally? thanks for all your guys' help!

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    Looks like it belongs. BOV vacuum to throttle body line. Any performance issues so far with it disconnected?
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    Yeah I connected them, and there was a big difference. I didn't notice that I couldn't hear any blow off when they were disconnected, and now I definitely hear it. Performance wise... I'm not really sure I noticed anything?

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