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Where/ or what does the air induction pump hose get connected to.

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  • budgethaulin May 17, 2009

    is there a connection fitting on the intake I can't locate it. Give me a picture if you can.

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The pump is behind the left-front driverside bumper, between the fender and the frame.  if you look through the slots in the lower-left front driver side bumper, you will see it.

The manual says you have to remove the left front wheel, and then the left-front fender liner (the plastic pieces) to get to it.a little air filter is attached to a hose on the intake of that pump .

----------------------- for more help click the link directly.as the car model and brand is quite different from yours ,.but the system of the shown diagrams is very much similar to your car.this will give you a fair idea. http://www.mbworld.org/forums/c32-amg-c55-amg-w203/287442-diy-cheap-but-not-easy-secondary-air-injection-pump-fix.html

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It should go into the intake. This is part of your EGR system. Which end is unpluged? Give a little more info please.

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