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Ok ive searched and searched again and cant find the answer to my question.

I have an intercooler kit for my R34 GT-T and have the usual "theres no nipple for my vac hose" but that usually relates to a boost vac line.

The problem I have is my vac hose I have no nipple for goes to a solinoid or sensor on my power steering pump. So my questions are.

Can I just plumb it into another vac line?

What exactly is it for?

Thanks AJ.

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BUMP - I now have this same problem - I dont want to screw a nipple into the intercooler pipe. The nipple on the stock IC pipe goed to the power steering pump - can you just use a t-piece onto any vac line going into the intake manifold instead?

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