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      12-01-2008, 10:41 PM   #1
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Exclamation Stock Boost Solenoid Setup. Is this how stock is suppose to look?

I'm taking my 2008 335xi to the dealer tomorrow and took out the jb2. I couldn't quite figure it out, so I'm second guessing myself. Is this the proper stock solenoid setup? Thanks guys

You've got the long hose from the front of the engine going into the nipple.

The short hose from the nipple connecting the: "T" to the silver hose, and the hose connected to the metal clip front of the engine. Am I Right!?


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that doesnt look right to me. if I remember correctly the T should go to the front solenoid. Actually, several things w/ the lines looks off to me.

do some searching, you'll find pictures on here.
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here you go, found this w/ the search function. You've got the lines all mixed up, use the pic below and you should be good.

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Thank you! However, the only thing I have different is that the short and long hose that are connected to the nipple are switched. Other than that, all the hoses are good. Thanks for your fast help guys!
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Thank you! However, the only thing I have different is that the short and long hose that are connected to the nipple are switched. Other than that, all the hoses are good. Thanks for your fast help guys!
no problem, however I see many differences, look closer.

the T is in a different orientation in your photos. the silver lined hose should be coming from the left, not the top, and the T'd line should be on the right nipple, not the left. Basically they are all in different positions.
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here you go, found this w/ the search function. You've got the lines all mixed up, use the pic below and you should be good.

Hey, I took that picture!

Its always fun to find my info used as reference material!

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I was gonna site you as the source hotrod....i was gonna
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