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I have a 3.3L 2005 DGC. I noticed this vacuum hose is disconnected. First pic shows where it connects to the throttle, second pic shows the disconnected end. Where does the other end go?
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Thank you, that's it. The lines coming from my evap purge solenoid were disconnected. Do you happen to know which hose goes to the top and which attaches to the bottom inlet?
 

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Thank you. I connected them and I finally have no codes on this vehicle after a year of driving and 15000 miles.

That line was likely disconnected for the whole year I've owned the vehicle, I'm curious if it would have caused any damage?
 

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Wait, I spoke too soon... It was good for a day, now I am getting codes p0420 (evap leak) and p0455 (usually cat converter). Any ideas?
 
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