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I found those hose unplugged and I cannot figure out where it is supposed to be connected. It is between the throttle body and the firewall.

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You can see the edge of the TB in the right side
 

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Could you give us a little wider shot? I specifically remember this line from when I got my car because I thought the male-to-male straight connector was weird. I just looked at my car but it seems I've deleted that hose. I think it might be part of the stock boost control solenoid wiring, maybe the return hose to the rear pre-turbo pipe, but don't quote me on that.
 

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Welcome. 99% certain that goes to the lower port of the EGR valve:





You did not mention your exact model/trim/spec, so you may or may not have a temperature probe, as shown.
 

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Welcome. 99% certain that goes to the lower port of the EGR valve:

You did not mention your exact model/trim/spec, so you may or may not have a temperature probe, as shown.
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I will check the EGR, thanks.
 

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Could you give us a little wider shot? I specifically remember this line from when I got my car because I thought the male-to-male straight connector was weird. I just looked at my car but it seems I've deleted that hose. I think it might be part of the stock boost control solenoid wiring, maybe the return hose to the rear pre-turbo pipe, but don't quote me on that.
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Ok, it went to the EGR. I dug by the EGR and found an unplugged hose. Thanks guys!
 

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Good to hear. I would secure them with ties or clamps if you did not do so already (assuming they are not hard and brittle already)

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Good to hear. I would secure them with ties or clamps if you did not do so already (assuming they are not hard and brittle already)
I plan on doing a vaccum cleanup & replacement, and will get clamps on everything while that goes on.

At first I didn't see the "s" in "hose" and now I see this is much less exciting of a discussion
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