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Hi new eos owner here. Recently had my intake manifold replaced under extend warranty was wondering if there is a vacuum line on the chrome inlet just under the electrical connector mine has nothing hooked up to it.

Found the answer its left empty. Are these flaps supposed to move as you apply throttle ? I now have a cold start issue with missing after it comes down from high idle till the car warms up. Replace coils and plugs when i bought the car.
 

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You don't say what engine type or fuel?

Forget old school principles, these modern cars have electronic controls and stepper type flap motors which I think you are asking about? :confused:

If you have problems with your car, you need to use computer diagnostics first to find out what part may be faulty. If it still has extended warranty it should be up to a dealer to diagnose and fix? :confused:
 
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