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2G Intake Hoses

Kai Hefner

Jun 21, 2018
Calgary, AB_Canada
Do I need these two things? Have a new intake that doesn’t have a spot for them. I think the thing of the left is some vacuum solenoid, where would I hose it to if I need it? Also attached is a pic of my available ports.


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Supporting Member
Nov 17, 2007
Columbus, Ohio
The EGR? Not needed. Need a block off plate if removing it entirely.

The other spots, looks like a hose is too big. And one nipple doesn't have anything on it. Which is a vacuum leak. In this case, a boost leak if the black object in the picture is the new intake manifold.

Kai Hefner

Jun 21, 2018
Calgary, AB_Canada
Thank you. Yeah that one place my BOV is going to, just didn’t hose it yet.


Proven Member
Apr 22, 2015
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The small solenoid looks like your wastegate solenoid, which controls how much boost youre running. I would say it's needed unless you have another boost controller already in place. If its the EGR solenoid you won't need it, I have attached a diagram. The part attached to the manifold can be deleted, and odds are since its looks like you have an aftermarket manifold you don't need to "block it off", but you will need to cap off your throttle body, picture attached. The big hose needs a different hose clamp since its for your brake booster, just get a screw type hose clamp, you don't want any boost leaks.


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