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    Check Valve

    Hey Guys Can You Help Me ,i Have A 2000 Gtx-rfi And There Is A Check Vavle For The Rav Soleniod And Need To Know Which Way The Vacuum Should Be,thanks For Any Help
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    The best way to decribe it is the metal fitting for the air line on the solenoid goes to the front of the hull, the plastic fitting towards the back of the hull

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    it uses pressure not vacume to activate the valves so the valve should let it flow out

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    yup, it's a pressure + system

    had me fooled for a minute, strictly ignorance on my part, a good read of the manual set me right. My check valve was knockered, had to order a new one.

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