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Getting rid of AIR

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    Getting rid of AIR

    Hi all

    Quick question, can I just block the port on the back of the manifold when getting rid of the AIR?
    - I was going to plug the end of the sensor where both vacuum lines came out of but I dont see any reason why i cant just plug the manifold?
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    I plugged mine at the line that went into the vacuum solenoid. I never bothered to trace it back behind the manifold. My best guess is that it went over by the PCM to a vacuum "T" that is clipped in place... but again, I didn't trace it.

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    I ended up plugging it at the sensor b/c i didnt want to mess up my heater controls.
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