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Loose vacuum lines and Q about EVAP valve
Posted by DDunn [Email] (more from DDunn) on Sun, 15 Sep 2019 11:29:49
2011 9-5 Aero V6 XWD 115K miles. I have had trouble with check engine light coming on and turbo gauge not working. The OBD code for the light is P0496 having to do with the EVAP valve. I found a cracked vacuum hose from the air intake to the turbo and replaced that. Cleared the code by disconnecting the battery. Turbo gauge then worked again, for a while...Then the light came back and the gauge went out. Also today found two hoses (look like vacuum hoses) at the rear right of the battery that are not connected to anything, but I can't get back there to see if they really connect to anything.
So?...replace the evap valve (if I can find it)? Reconnect the 2 hoses (if I can get to them)?
I really need a vacuum line diagram and an evaporative system diagram to get this done. What I really need is a shop manual for this car like I had for my Sonetts, 900s, 99, 9-3 and first gen 9-5s!
Thanks for the help. Doug
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