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Old 13 Sep 2017, 07:32 am
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Just finished a head and belt job. A minor issue remains. The line from the 90 degree elbow at the end of the check valve is missing. Any one know where the line would go assuming I can find it?

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On the turbo engine, this 3/8" line runs directly from the booster check valve to the back of the upper intake manifold. I figure it's similar on the 2002 NA engine as well. Here's a photo of one.

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Old 13 Sep 2017, 09:27 am
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Thin line goes through firewall to fresh air/ recirculation controls
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Both lines covered. Good deal.
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Old 13 Sep 2017, 10:02 am
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Couple things.. IMHO members should respond with the PT and perhaps even more the same year as well to help answer questions. There are to many things different on Turbo PT's that are not the same as None Turbo or NA PT Cruisers (na = Normally aspirated). New members or other's seeking information may read the incorrect information out of confusion. Just my opinion.

I dont have the file on this PC anymore but in the case of hose locations and routing a couple members are good at supping the Factory Service Manuals available that can be used to CORRECTLY route and also find out exactly what hoses are? Again this is just my opinion.
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Old 13 Sep 2017, 01:11 pm
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A good point, indeed. Normally I will supply my year, engine and N/A but I forgot this time. Thanks for the reminder.

And thanks to NitroPT and Handy Cruiser for the pictures. HC's was what I was looking for.

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Glad we could help.

If you need those manuals, just send me a PM. I've got them for download on my Google Drive. They don't have good diagrams for the vacuum lines and some of the information is now out of date. But they can be very useful anyway.
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Up until the 10 year mark of the model originally being manufactured they all had updates that were routinely sent to Chrysler Dealership Service departments. So the rare find is someone that has a FSM with ALL the updates which would actually be extremely helpful and useful!
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Good morning, Handy Cruiser.

To which manuals do you refer? I have the pdf 01-04 manual downloaded. It has been a great help in the recent rebuild. Are there others? And thanks for the offer.

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