1999 Toyota Corolla • 140,000 miles
My check engine light is on so I had it tested and the code that came up was P0446. I tested the VSV and it is defective and I have ordered another one. Do you have a diagram showing how the hoses connect? I am pretty sure I will be able to put it back to how it was before but I just want to make sure I do it correctly.
June 11, 2013.
June 11, 2013.
The solenoid has only 2 hoses. The one with vacuum from manifold is connected to the outer port of the solenoid.
Only 2 are used. The top is for vacuum line. 2nd one is to the actuator. The bottom is for breathing whereby a filter is usually attached.
Sorry I had the diagram for the wrong year. Here are the correct ones but same answer.
Thank you very much for getting this to me. I noticed the diagram is for a LE. Would this be the same for a CE? That is what I have.
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