2000 mazda millenia s

Asked by Jun 27, 2016 at 02:30 AM about the 2000 Mazda Millenia 4 Dr S Supercharged Sedan

Question type: General

I have a 2000 mazda millenia s that i toke some of
the supercharger parts off on top and put on new
belts. Some of the vacuum lines can off during that
time and not knowing where they went i put them
back on whatever was open and the egr valve
senor was one of them. I put everything else back
the same way i took it off.  I now have ap1402
code. Befoe i took it apart it ran perfect and the
engine light was not on. Now its on and running
rough!

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You'll have to recheck the hose connections to make sure you got them to the right locations and there are no leaks. Sorry I don't have a diagram.

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I did that lastnight and thats exactly what it was but after i switch the hoses around i had an extra hose that had a y fitting in it, leaving a vacuum leak! It runs awsome! No more engine light. What do i do with the extra hose. I know it goes somewhere but i cant find a spot. I followed every line and they all are connected to something. I did try to plug the line but the tcs light came on and the car didnt want to go nowhere! So obviously I unplugged it and it ran awesome. like I said I still have a vacuum leak!

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