HELP! Vacuum line question
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    Registered User ToddZ199's Avatar
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    HELP! Vacuum line question

    I just noticed a cut in one of my vacuum lines while checking my oil.

    Its the smaller vacuum line that connects to the 'T' that comes off of the stock bypass valve or BOV. It then runs around to the back of the engine and goes through the firewall.

    Does anyone know what this line is for, and what it will affect until I have time to replace it?
    Any help at all would be cool.
    '02 Black WRX - not too far from stock

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    Sounds like the line for your boost guage. Do you have a stock boost guage? get a coupler and cut out the bad piece of hose and connect the 2 ends with the coupler. You don't want that line leaking.

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