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Old 07-02-2008, 06:40 PM   #5
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Actually my problem wasnt with the solonoid but something else I left all the hardware installed. The dealership told me it was the actual purge valve and not the vacuum solonoid. They wanted $300 to replace it, which is why I never did it.

I would say you need to cap off the vacuum side of the solonoid to prevent a vacuum leak, but if you dont have the vacuum nipple at all, problem solved.
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