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Old 07-16-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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Post EGR Spacer lines

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I recently installed an EGR spacer and Im not sure where the two lines that connect to the spacer are suppose to be installed i believe they are the coolant lines. please help
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No those aren't coolant lines, they're going to be vac lines. Are we talking about the black ones or the narrow plastic colored ones?
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Its going to be the two black hoses that come out of the spacer.
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Wait, this is on a fox... yeah those are coolant lines lol, I had it in my head you had a SN95 and were talking about the intake elbow... blah..

Anyway... IIRC... and it has been a LONG time... The line should run from the nipple on the hard line to the front of the spacer then from the back of the spacer to the nipple on the lower intake at the rear of the intake.
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Oh ok, I appreciate the info ill still need to do some more research as I am not sure where the Hardline is and the rear of the intake. If its possible could you show me a picture I think I have an idea of the Hardline and I have not yet examined the rear or the intake but it's seems simple enough. I'm sorry I'm just learning haha. Also do you know of a website where the hoses can be purchased. Thanks.
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I have not had a fox since 2005 and only worked on them for friends very sparingly. We did a few of these spacers and delete plates so I'm somewhat familiar with them but I can't just go out and take a pic because I don't have a 5.0 lol.

As for hoses just buy some coolant hose and cut to fit.
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Haha yeah figured I'd ask, but thanks for the info ill check it out today.
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I just joined up the two lines.
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You joined the two hoses coming from the egr spacer?
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He probably deleted his EGR and just joined them together.
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Old 07-18-2013, 03:41 PM   #11
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What kind of hoses should I buy?
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Whatever fits. Lol. I just cut mine back to the pipes in the intake and plugged them off with a screw in the line and hose clamped it. To do it properly ill have the pipes clamped and welded shut.
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Ok just wondering because I went to the local Auto zone and asked them about these hoses and they looked at me like I was crazy lol. I asked them if they had any EGR coolant hoses or high temp hoses and they had no idea. Im sure someone has to sell these parts as they are after all simple hoses.
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I can get a picture of where they go if you need. That line on my car actually just broke too I just cut the break and capped both lines for now
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Yeah I would really appreciate it if you could get some pictures.
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Tomorrow I get back in from out of town and ill get a few
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Ok sounds good, I appreciate it.
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:21 PM   #18
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This is the line off the front of the egr spacer it plugs into the heater rail

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Old 07-19-2013, 12:22 PM   #19
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My finger is on the line that comes off the back o the egr spacer it's kind of hard to see but plugs in on the back of the lower intake right by the heater lines out of the firewall

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Old 07-19-2013, 06:22 PM   #20
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Im uploading some pics of mine the red arrow shows i think it should go but not sure i cant find and documents to reference. The first pic is the EGR front and the second is the rear.
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Old 07-19-2013, 06:27 PM   #21
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I messed up the upload, here are the pics
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Old 07-19-2013, 06:51 PM   #22
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Yup those are the ones I showed you the one facing the front of the car is my first picture and the one facing the firewall is my secon picture

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Whoops I didn't notice your red arrows the first one looks right the second one goes almost straight down into that rail that runs along the lower intake
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Ohhh ok I was kind of confused and your pics looked a little different, I appreciate your help. I still need to find some hoses

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So the front is right? and the rear is wrong?
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Other way the rear looks right to me and the front looks wrong
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Ok I'll have another look, the hardline i pointed out I believe runs above the intake but I have to look again.
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The first looks ok. The second looks like it attaches on the fuel line?
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Ok I had another look yes the first is a fuel line. I take it thats the wrong spot for the front? Im not sure where it connects to on the front. Please help!
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Should be right down on the front of the intake manifold. Be a nipple big enough to put that line on.
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Im not sure, I am thinking because I have no A/C system maybe i dont have the line? or the line is missing because i am unable to locate it. Is the line connected directly to the radiator?
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The rail hooks to the bottom line off your water pump

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ok so the rail hooks to the water pump but where does the rail run? or what is the rails purpose?
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In the back of the intake it supplies water to the heater core
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Oh so mine has no AC components and the heater core is under the dash right? So I'm trying to figure out if my car has any of these lines. Also just to clarify the line connects from the water pump to the back if the intake? Or to the heater core?
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The line comes out of the water pump and into the rail then out of the rail and into the firewall (heater core)
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You are a huge help. Yeah I don't have the line so now I have to look into that! But I appreciate the info!
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