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I'm finishing up my build and I have a few plugs that I can't figure out where they go. Also Im not sure how the vacuum lines are supposed to go. Any help or picture would be awesome.

I have a few pictures included.
1. vacuum lines for bypass, and catch can
2. Looks like it fits iat sensor, but I already have one plugged into the lid?



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plug with blue seal might be IAT breakout from the maf plug ?

cream plug with purple inside might be knock sensor and other plug maby 02 sensor ?
 
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Your vacuum lines are crossed on the bypass valve For pic#1. See my routing below


Pic#3 is your fuel line. Connect the 2 arrows together. Rubber fitting over steel line. It will snap in.

Pic#5 - bottom arrow joins with top arrow. Small OEM hose shaped like letter “U”

This would change if you have a catch can.
 

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I do have a mighty mouse catch can.
 

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BTW, this is why you should take pictures of every single thing you disconnect, before you disconnect it. Rule works for car engines as well as electronics.

Everyone has a cell phone with a camera. Get in the habit of doing this, never have a "I wonder where this fucking thing goes?" moment again.

Unless your fond of these "On Golden Pond" moments... :)
 

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BTW, this is why you should take pictures of every single thing you disconnect, before you disconnect it. Rule works for car engines as well as electronics.

Everyone has a cell phone with a camera. Get in the habit of doing this, never have a "I wonder where this fucking thing goes?" moment again.

Unless your fond of these "On Golden Pond" moments... :)
Yeah I was but the person that helped me pull the engine was going like speed racers 🖕😉
 

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BTW, this is why you should take pictures of every single thing you disconnect, before you disconnect it. Rule works for car engines as well as electronics.

Everyone has a cell phone with a camera. Get in the habit of doing this, never have a "I wonder where this fucking thing goes?" moment again.

Unless your fond of these "On Golden Pond" moments... :)
Not everyone has a cell phone with a camera.


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I carry two with me, everyday (literally).

One to read y’all’s lame ass posts, the other to ban members when I get the itch.

I’m just saying, I happen to know one or more of you don’t have a smartphone…not saying who.

And, honestly, could I possibly remove offending posts and moderator without one?

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Wow who woulda thought all of you would be so helpful
 

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plug with blue seal might be IAT breakout from the maf plug ?

cream plug with purple inside might be knock sensor and other plug maby 02 sensor ?
You were right the purple plug was a knock sensor, I had the harness routed wrong. The other plug went to something near the suspension.

The plug with a blue seal. I still can't figure out. It comes out right next to the maf.

And I have a sensor plugged into the iat on the supercharger lid already. Also I realized the wires are damaged. Not sure what I should do.
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Your vacuum lines are crossed on the bypass valve For pic#1. See my routing below


Pic#3 is your fuel line. Connect the 2 arrows together. Rubber fitting over steel line. It will snap in.

Pic#5 - bottom arrow joins with top arrow. Small OEM hose shaped like letter “U”

This would change if you have a catch can.
Alright got those things sorted out I think I have the bypass vacuums all hooked up as advised.

I do have a catch can do you know the recommended connection points?

I have mm catch can, with a -8an that goes to the oil cap, and another line that goes to one of the vacuums "I'm not sure which". And both valve covers capd. I'm guessing the other vacuum goes to the intake?
 

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your best to go to Mighty mouse website. They have instructions on there. I am thinking you have the 800hp kit.
 
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Plug with the blue seal goes to coolant temp sensor . It needs a new connector as yours is broken and will give you erratic readings.
 
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Plug with the blue seal goes to coolant temp sensor . It needs a new connector as yours is broken and will give you erratic readings.
Oh I see yes thank you!
 
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