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post #1 of 5 Old 08-24-2007, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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Cruise Control/Air conditioning vaccum hose locations?

Hey, I need help from those with both cruise control and air conditioning installed. I have a 2004 Wrangler SE that came with A/C and I installed mopar cruise control into it recently. Problem is, I used the vacuum hose T-connection on the passenger side near the battery for the vacuum hose line from the cruise control servo and just left the other hose hanging unconnected....which i discovered controls the vents for the A/C.

My question is...I traced the vacuum line towards the driver side along the firewall and found a possible t-connection for the vacuum line near the center but I'm not sure. It appears to be an in-line T-connection for the cc servo vacuum hose but I want to be 100 % sure and not have an "ooops" Thanks guys!


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ill check as i have an 04 rubi with both of those ill get back to you
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i know that theres a 'vacume canister" (dont know if thats the right term) underneath the battery on my 05. When i installed my phantom fenders, i had to relocate it. Without it connected to the intake manifold, the cruise wouldnt work and niether would the ac.

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I knocked a hose loose and my AC would only work as a defroster, no matter what I selected. The hose connected on the top of the engine on the driver's side, near the throttle body. Hope that helps.
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my cc hooks up at a T right off of the intake on the drivers side and then that line goes to the firewall and to the pass side
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