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1G Removing vacuum lines on throttle body

Posted by hoonigane, Oct 6, 2018

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  1. hoonigane

    hoonigane Proven Member

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    Yes yes I know.. I was reading forums but most information is for turbo engines, I just wanted to ask you folks if the same stuff can be done to gs. I have 1g gs and I recently passed emmissions test so I decided that I dont need them anymore. So if I understand correctly I can just remove all those small rubber hoses on top of the throttle body and seal them off, but I dont need to cap them anywhere else, where they were going right?
     

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    Thank you for your reply. I have read this post many times just wasn't sure.. I just don't want to break anything as I wouldn't have money to fix it :D . Update: i disconnected all 3 lines from throttle body, left them unplugged and hanging just to try it out. Didn't disconnect them from where they are coming from. Drove around for half an hour and nothing seems to have changed. *I didn't expect it to*. CEL didn't came on, starts cold just as hard as before but that due to old battery. So when I have time I plan to disconnect the hoses from all those solenoid holes and plug throttle body holes with something. Correct me if I'm wrong but I wont have to plug any holes on solenoids as post said to plug some hole coming from the turbo but mine doesn't have one so.. Thanks again Wiseman for trying to help :)
     
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    You have one definng statement. If something goes wrong I wont have the money to fix it. Then you should leave it alone.
     

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    nothing to worry about nothing will break its all mainly emission crap you dont need
     

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    This. If it works fine right now, don't monkey with it till you can afford to fix things or do it properly.
     

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    Thank you :)
     

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