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BOV vacuum lines/ Break booster???? HELP!

i got an 05 srt with an after market bov..
i have been looking for one vacuum set up that works but ive seen so many idk whats right and whats wrong..
heres my problem right now i have my waste gate and turbo lines going to the green solenoid then i have my bov going straight to the throttle body (no T one single vac line) i have been told to "t" that like off and run it to the break booster... if i have to run it to the break booster which port on the break booster does it go?? i have also been told to run my waste gate directly to the turbo??? soo confused PLEASE help send me some pics if u got them.
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What wastegate do you have?

And the BOV is fine where it is.
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I still have the oem one. Ao the bov is only connected to the tb nothing else
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The stock wastegate needs to be connected to the solenoid. Who ever told you to route it straight to the turbo is retarded.

Also, your bov is more then likely correct if its connected to the TB.
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is this how i should set up my vaccum for an after market BOV

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is this how i should set up my vaccum for an after market BOV
No.

Follow these diagrams:
Vacuum line setups
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then how. do you have a diagram
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then how. do you have a diagram
Did you not see my link?

Look again in my post.
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I don't get where the line that connects to the bov comes from
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I don't get where the line that connects to the bov comes from
T into a line for the throttle body.
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theres a t one goes to the tb the other goes to the bov where does the 3rd go
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Are you reading the right diagram? You know theres multiple ones in there right?

A vacuum line goes from the bov to a line for the throttle body (except for the PCV or brake booster line). You T into it.

Dont think too hard about it.
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im stupid bro i cant get this right now i have one line that goes from the throttle body (the lower port on the throttle body) to the bov directly.
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im stupid bro i cant get this right now i have one line that goes from the throttle body (the lower port on the throttle body) to the bov directly.
Ok then thats fine.
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i shouldnt t that off
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