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I plugged the hose at the end that comes off the valve cover. Should I plug the two holes that are on the air intake hose that goes to the turbo? Plugging the hose hole won't cause any harm or oil buildup where it shouldn't build up, correct? Thanks guys.

Kevin V.
Gainesville, FL
'90 Talon TSi FWD
 

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One is for the valve cover, the other is for your charcoal canister. You can plug both, but I believe you should plug the charcoal canister as well if you disconnect it from the air intake tube.
 

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I'm pretty sure you don't want to plug the valve cover breather, at least thats what I was told. I just bought a little longer hose and zip tied it down below the tranny so it doesn't leak anywhere in the engine bay. The other two you can just zip tie away and then plug the holes on the intake.
 
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