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Old 10 September 2008, 09:36   #1
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Question for TLDI owners...

I am hooking up my engine and saw a filter of some kind under the cowl but only hooked up on one side.

Can somebody tell me if this is how it should be or what should be connected on the otherside ?



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Old 10 September 2008, 13:54   #2
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Best guess the fuel line connect to it ? but you might want to have a chat to your dealer or it could be an expensive mistake

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It doesnt' seem to be for the fuel line, actualy it looks like nothing was hooked on this side but I'm not sure that's why I ask overhere to be sure....
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It looks like a breather filter. It's not a fuel line-the pipe wouldn't be held on with cable ties if it was.
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That is the air filter for the comprssor. Dont put anything on the other end!!. It will cause the comprssor to overheat.
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