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How to connect vacuum hose from/to air filter - Camry 2003

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    still can't find where it fits

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    what is the vacuum hose size

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Usually you wouldn't connect a vacuum hose to the air filter, but if its a DIY job your after you would need to get the male connectors and some other hardware to do a custom job (drilling required) otherwise to have the same effect you could just connect a vacuum hose to the Intake Manifold or throttle body.

The Intake manifold usually has some spare slots for small vacuum hoses.

To locate follow the air filter box tube back to the throttle body, the throttle body, the intake is directly off this and connects to the engine. see diagram

Posted on Oct 24, 2012

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SOURCE: location of cabin air filter 2003 toyota camery

Go inside the car, on the drivers side, from the floorboard look at the top of the gas pedal from the door. From the door, look just past the top of the gas pedal you will see the spot to pull the filter out. There are 2 parts to the filter in this car so replace both. One - Filter, 2 charcoal filter.

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SOURCE: vaccuum hose from air filter 92 toyota paseo

Nothing plugs to it, it could have been for the Japaneese version, a vacumn powered option that was not offered in the U.S.

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SOURCE: where is the air intake

That would be the large hose in between the air filter housing and the throttle body.

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