Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 10:05:26 GMT From: Paul Halliday <pjghnospamyonder.co.uk> Subject: Re: Where does small baby hose from top of Bypass valve go do?? (was: Re: 1995 Saab 900SE Turbo Bypass Valve location??)
in article 1176614024.727916.261570nospam000hsg.googlegroups.com, robertjm at robertjmnospameyhockeyhockey.com wrote on 15/04/2007 06:13: > ARGH!! So he failed me for a smog check based on a hose that doesn't > go anywhere? Lovely!! May have to talk with the owner of the shop to > see if I can get the retest for free then. It's likely that an unconnected vac hose is compensated for by the engine management by giving more fuelling. In certain circumstances, like when coming off boost, the engine may go very rich. You may end up with your "Check Engine Light" (CEL) coming on ... Unless a previous owner pulled the bulb? Just connect up the vac hose as I described earlier and you'll be fine. Don't go blowing flames at the chap at the smog shop - he'll laugh at you :) Paul 1989 900 Turbo S http://saab.go.dyndns.org/ > On Apr 14, 9:18 pm, Frank Vuotto <deepth...nospamail.com> wrote: >> On 14 Apr 2007 16:15:33 -0700, "robertjm" >> >> <rober...nospameyhockeyhockey.com> wrote: >>> OK, so I finally figured out where the bypass valve was. When he said >>> it was disconnected he was apparently talking about the small "baby" >>> hose that comes out of the top of the valve, not the whole valve >>> itself. >> >> That little hose is just a vent to the atmosphere and doesn't go >> anywhere.