Does anyone know where the hose coming off of the bottom side of the wastegate control valve is suppose to connect? I just replaced my engine in my '89 MX-6 and one of the hoses coming off of the wastegate control valve had been wedged in between the dust cover and flywheel housing. I suppose a mechanic had done this while replacing my clutch as well as leaving out two bolts connecting the engine to transmission. Seems like if you want something done right you have to do it yourself. The hose has a hose clamp and looks like it should attach somewhere. The Haynes manual shows the hose and calls it an "air hose" but doesn't show where it connects. There are three hoses coming off of this valve. One goes over to the actuator, another looked like it went around the left side of the engine, probably supplying vacuum and the mystery one points off to the left side of the car. The engine runs fine with it not connected. I thought it would connect to the air intake but once I got it back together there was no obvious place to connect it.