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where does this wire go?

gvr4144

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Comes off the mas branch, looks identical the the stock boost solenoid wire but is much longer. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/dunno.gif
 
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that looks like the stock Maf connector.
 

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Which wire are you talking about? That picture is rather non specific.
 

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The one on the fender looks like the BCS. The other similar wire on the same portion of harness goes to that solenoid that fits on the back of the airbox can. The one in your hand looks like the MAF or ISC plug.
 

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Yeah the one in my hand is my maf plug, sorry for not being specific. But yeah I'm curious to the one on the on the fender. The lower one is the bcs connector. I take i can just leave it alone since my intake can is gone?
 
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^this.
 

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The shorter length plug goes to the solenoid that mounts on the back of the air can. Forgot what it was. I removed it
 

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Fuel pressure regulator solenoid.
 

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Well I assumed it was the boost control solenoid and unhooked it lol... I'm just going to hook it back up to the barbs under the intake manifold.
 

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Yep, looks like the FPS to me.
 
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