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Loose vacuum line

I just completed the darn flapper and pair mods. I have all lines for those mods removed and found this random vacuum line hanging over the oil cooler. I tried to trace it back but it goes somewhere towards the center of the engine. Anyone know where it's supposed to go or if it's supposed to be left there? BTW, bike is an 03. Thanks.

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ummmmm, I own SP1.....
I would take the airbox off and dig around under the T.B's until you find the other end, then....we may be able to help.

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hold up.. i found it.. uploading the pic in a few sec..

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its the hose on the far left.. forgot to mention this is a cali bike.. i think its for cali emissions right? just dont know where that loose end is supposed to go
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according to the manual, its the evap to purge control solenoid valve-to-throttle body hose? is that right? now i just gotta find out where it goes on the throttle body..
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Remove that thing, remove the vac can as well. plug the line, pair delete complete.
See Rogue site to confirm.

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Cali bike ??? I am not too sure.... Any one else here care to chime in ??? As I am in Canada and do not know the regs for cali or proper pair delete procedure for a cali bike.

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i already completed and pulled all the lines for the pair mod and flapper mod.. this is the cali emissions crap.. dont know if itll throw a code if i remove it.. also, i found an open line to the throttle bodies..
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so i threw that line on it.. here

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and this last one is a lil pic of where the line leads to on the throttle body.. its the one in the lights..

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sorry for all the dark lights.. trnna work in the dark with a flash light.. ;P lol
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As long as there is no line left open.....should be good.
Better to wait for confirmation from a member that has done the pair block off on a cali bike though, just to be sure.....sorry I can not be of more help with this. I do not have all that extra shite on mine.

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As long as there is no line left open.....should be good.
Better to wait for confirmation from a member that has done the pair block off on a cali bike though, just to be sure.....sorry I can not be of more help with this. I do not have all that extra shite on mine.
thanks for tryin duck.. appreciate it
ok, after doing a quick search i found this
https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/sho...rnia+emissions
and a couple others from different sites.. according to them, it can be removed..
as far as pair and flapper, those are completely seperate from the ca emissions stuff.. hopefully someone chime in on removing the evap solenoid and leaving it unplugged, that it wont mess anything up..

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REMOVE IT ALL

So to remove, it appears you disconnect the Evap purge control solenoid on the throttlebody, remove and plug the fittings where the Evap canister hoses went, then pull the fuel tank to Evap canister hose and allow the fuel tank to now vent to outside air.

Remove the evap solenoid too, no codes will surface from what I read.

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haha ok ill get right on it.. if i throw a light or code, im gonna buy a plane ticket to canada and beat u up.. lol jk.. ill probably just send u a mean PM =P
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