Pipes on bottom of inlet manifold

HENRY 8TH

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Hi all. I stupidly took these off today and didn't note which one went where
One has a slight bend to it the other seems normal.
Can anyone shed some light on them for me please. Think they're vacuum pipes which connect to bottom of the inlet manifold... what happens if I get them the wrong way round?
 

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Jay

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If you mix up the air ones, not much happens, if you mix them up with the coolant ones that's when the real fun starts.

Those are the vacuum feeds to the power steering rack, one goes to the vacuum block (long pipe behind the inlet) and the other goes to the throttle valve.
 

SKINY

Lifer
Yea don't mix the coolant lines up or your throttle body will develop a drink problem lol
 
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