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I checked mine and felt the line going into the bigger hose so it is not disconnected. Could not visually see it, too much in the way...
Thanks for all the info on this!
 
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If you can feel it is connected and not just dangling then you should be ok, but good to check every once in awhile.

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Easy peasy, I just used the video camera with flash on my phone and poked it under the intake baffles.. Remove phone and review video- all is well in my case!

Thanks for the heads up on this..
 
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Easy peasy, I just used the video camera with flash on my phone and poked it under the intake baffles.. Remove phone and review video- all is well in my case!

Thanks for the heads up on this..
Glad to hear!

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I just checked mine and it had a clamp on it.

Where does the other end of the hose connect though? I was having trouble tracing it.
 
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do the 996tt have similar issue?
 
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do the 996tt have similar issue?
yes they do
 
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Figure this is a reasonable place for this:

Does the regulatory support 1:1 boost reference? So if its hooked up, and base FP is say 3 bar.. at 1 bar of boost, the fuel pressure will be 4bar?
 
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997.1 Turbo Guys- Check Your FPR Line!!!!

Originally Posted by rix
I just checked mine and it had a clamp on it.

Where does the other end of the hose connect though? I was having trouble tracing it.
Although it's a old question and this post just rotated to the top I figured I'd answer it.

It connects to the back of the plenum, it goes down from there between the intake manifold.
 
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Mitch and contributing members,thanks for the info just checked mine has a clamp on both sides of the rubber elbow, any toughs if the FPR can fail? Chasing a boost leak not holding pressure, It drops about 1 PSI every 12 seconds not sure whats normal for a 997.1TT, Also have a P0303 misfire only under load so suspect the FPR will need to check coil packs an plugs first.
 

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