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Ok, I've been searching all over the forum for a good picture to do this myself, but nothing turns up.

Can someone just post a picture of a C900 Engine compartment that clearly shows a bypass valve or has a nice big red circle around it?

Thanks a lot.
 

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The photo is close, but isn't pointing to quite the right spot. The bypass valve is located at the rubber intake piping joint right on the turbo, not in the middle of the intake piping.
 

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Right at the INTAKE on the turbo compressor housing is a rubber connector. That connector is actually a T and the BPV is connected to that. The other hose is connected to a fitting on the throttle body. The only way to get the BPV out is to remove all the intercooler and intake plumbing. Once you get that out, you'll be able to see it easily.

The right red arrow in the pic points in the general direction of the BPV and it's hose.

The BPV sits right on top of the black plastic flywheel cover. If you look from the passenger side down over the distributor and underneath the little L-shaped coolant bypass hose you should be able to see it--it has a vac line to it.
 
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