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    hi people. iv recently changed my starter motor, everything works great car still runs and drives spot on.........i have discovered a female 2 pin connector with that spring clip that is squeeky clean.......it comes from the harness under the inlet manifold and is in the same tube/heat shrink as the icv senor and the round maf plug-can anybody please tell me what this cable is for and where should it be plugged in....... thanks.
     
     

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    Maybe connects to the valve here?RealOEM.com * BMW E36 318is Vacuum control - engine
     
     

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    thanks for the help edber, but there is already a wire going to that, its from the same wire harness as that tho. just not connected yet. lol.
     
     

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