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Where to connect?

Can anybody tell me if this connector is just an optional one or what? I found it yesterday when i was doing some work on the BOV. It`s dusty, so I don`t know if it`s in use...?? Can`t find anywher to connect it...



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Just an idea. Can it be the connector to the rear blower motor. Maybe the 930 don`t have this motor, and the wire just are there and not connected because the 911 and 930 has the same wire harness.
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Did not see you posted Raymond, so I posted one recently as well :-)
Now you might have double answers :-)
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Your missing 2 nuts on your recirculate piston housing as well!

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Hello Turbo friend

Looks like the it would goes to your vacuum solenoid that is used for the emissions diverter coming from you air pump.
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That one's not for the airpump, its to block vacuum retard to the distributor I think. Its inline between the nipple on the dizzy can closest to the dizzy body and port I on the rear LHS of the throttle body. Controlled by the thermo switch in the chain housing LHS if I remember correctly.

The vacuum solenoid-valve (37 in the hose plan diagram for an '86 930) is plumbed thusly:
-Nipple underneath the electrical connector to the throttle body
-Nipple opposite the electrical connector vents to atmosphere
-Nipple on top at 90 degrees to the distributor
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That one's not for the airpump, its to block vacuum retard to the distributor I think. Its inline between the nipple on the dizzy can closest to the dizzy body and port I on the rear LHS of the throttle body. Controlled by the thermo switch in the chain housing LHS if I remember correctly.

The vacuum solenoid-valve (37 in the hose plan diagram for an '86 930) is plumbed thusly:
-Nipple underneath the electrical connector to the throttle body
-Nipple opposite the electrical connector vents to atmosphere
-Nipple on top at 90 degrees to the distributor
Yes. Its that one. Its removed on my car so i belive its no where to connect it
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Your missing 2 nuts on your recirculate piston housing as well!

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I know. In the middle of a job with it
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