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This style of solenoid is designed to be mounted on the firewall or someplace away from the manifold. Look at the vacuum lines that connect to the intake manifold or throttle body and trace them. One will go to the purge solenoid.
Your vehicle has electronic throttle control an the Throttle position sensor's are internal to the throttle body assembly ! Your vehicle has two throttle position sensors .
Throttle Body Assembly
The throttle assembly contains the following components:
The throttle blade
The throttle actuator motor
The throttle position (TP) sensor 1 and 2
You have to replace the Throttle Body Assembly !
Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the inlet hose assembly from the throttle body. Disconnect the throttle body electrical connection. Disconnect the hose clamps from the plenum-to-runner connector using theJ 43914 .
Remove the intake plenum bolts. Remove the EGR passage bolt. Rotate the plenum up and remove the throttle body coolant hoses, EVAP hose, and vacuum line from the throttle body.
Remove the throttle body nuts. Remove the throttle body.
If it's not a turbo, the vacuum lines for the damper and regulator go to the vacuum nipple on the throttle body that is underneath the assembly and on the manifold side of the throttle plate. The other vacuum hose that is connected there is ported, on the non manifold side of the plate. If it has vacuum when the throttle is closed, it is on the manifold side. You'll need a vacuum tee to join them into one hose to connect to throttle body nipple.
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
just remove the air intake box. then remove the throttle body , which should consist of two connectors and two coolant hoses and the throttle plate cable. all very easily accessible. once you have the cable, connectors and coolant hoses dissconnected, there is one nut at the bottom of the throttle body and two long screws at the top. slide the throttle body of the rod at the bottom. then remove the three bolt that hold on the big rubber gasket. now disconnect the three coils (which the little clips will break, but dont worry. after removing the wires and coil IMPORTANT!!! blow out all the debris in the alley due to it might fall in the engine while removing the spark plugs. perform service and dont worry if you mix up the coils it wont matter. just make sure the the wire go in the rght spots. then assemble together.