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Old 11-16-2015, 03:26 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,

So I am doing the popular Subaru swap into a certain Volkswagen van. I just love working with these Subaru engines. I got a JDM engine for a good deal of course and am in the process of doing the swap. I had to eliminate my Vac Purge Solenoid as there isnt one usually on the JDM engine.

The only question I had was about the vac system. I am confused about this one port in the photo below:



This is on the drivers side rear of the engine. Where does that non-terminated vac line connect to? On other engines that I have seen in online photos there is just a rubber jumper tube between where that atmospheric pressure sensor and that non-terminated line is. I am guessing that it probably should be going to the canister but im not 100% sure. Can anyone verify that?

So as far as I can tell (if my assumption on the above is correct) there should be two lines going to the canister (the non-terminated one in the photo and the one that is underneath where the fuel lines go into the manifold)

Or I could be totally off on this one.. any thought?

Thanks all!!
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Old 11-20-2015, 11:05 AM   #2
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For one....that's the FRONT of the engine...but if you're putting that in a VW...maybe it's 'mounted' backwards.

That should be the return line from the Charcoal Canister....search online for pics.

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Old 11-20-2015, 07:53 PM   #3
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Hi,
For one....that's the FRONT of the engine...but if you're putting that in a VW...maybe it's 'mounted' backwards.

That should be the return line from the Charcoal Canister....search online for pics.

GL,
TD

Now you done opened a can of worms.

ACVW guys don't understand front and rear of engine. They go by front and rear of car, ignoring the fact that they have it backwards. Side bonus, they will fight with you, ignore all evidence to the contrary and hand wave it away with a "this is the way we do it". Being on thesamba is like spending all of NASIOC in the PP forum.
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Old 11-20-2015, 11:15 PM   #4
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Both of those go to the charcoal canister. The one by the fuel lines goes to the fuel tank.
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