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What are these two connectors for?

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I've got these two connectors that I'm not sure where they go, I've looked around the area they are but no joy?

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Thanks for any help

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Re: What are these two connectors for?

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Don't forget you'll have some redundant aircon connectors. 1 is the idle up valve connector I believe. Not sure about the other one. If you have all your sensors connected don't worry for now as often optional connectors in a loom.
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I asked about the blue one the other day :th:

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When I removed the engine I didn't remove any plugs except the fan the rest were unbolted and put on top, I just dislike random connectors makes me feel like I've missed some thing
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Both redundant in mine:
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Black one is A/C idle up valve. Blue one is either T-VSV or charcoal canister vsv (depending on wiring location.). :th:
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Andy, I noticed on your engine (like mine) the charcoal canister vsv has been removed. Hence the looped back vacuum hose on the throttle body.

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Arrrr hence the petrol smell from that part of the engine
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Petrol smell
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7.5 year old thread ........ I think you've been sniffing something and it isn't petrol :laughing
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