Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
Was this a dealer option, or added later? if dealer option, you should be able to obtain the info from your dealer. if added later, the vacuum line connections should have been included in the after market suppliers installation instructions! did you buy it used? with the turbo installed, but not hooked up? did the lines just sort of 'come loose'?if the vacuum lines came loose, they are probably different lengths- should be able to figure which goes where. then replace with new lines- the rubber is probably 'tired'.
gets hot under there! if it's OEM (original equipment manufacturer)- 'optional' from the dealership, then they should have the info- or be willing to replace the lines- for a reasonable price! some knowledge and a few feet of vacuum hose shouldn't cost an arm & a leg! since you didn't state whether 'option' or 'after market', it's hard to give solid advice!
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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