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While replacing the radiator in my 2009 Camry V6......I noticed the wires had broke free of the connector to the vacuum switching valve. I didn’t think it happened then.....but either way it is broke free.
I have started and driven about 30 miles at different speeds after replacing the radiator with no ill effects from the broken wires.
Cold starts are smooth
Idle is smooth.
Up hill is smooth
No check engine light
Thoughts to as why no negative effects?
Should I fix it?


thanks
Mark
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No error code for purge valve?
If valve stays close no immediate effect on engine however needs to operate to pass emissions.and keep evap system healthy.
 

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The bigger question is. Why don’t you just fix it? Get that connector with about 6inches of wire Splice it on and be done with it. 15 minutes at the most and probably a couple bucks for the connector. Whats the big deal?
 
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