i have a vibration in my GMC Envoy when it idles and have been told that can be caused by a vacuum leak. i am currently trying to find out how to find the leak. advanced auto parts will loan you a pressure tester to try to detect the leak. i have not gotten the tester yet. would like to know where to look for it for this sort of leak before i get the tester and i am still in the process of getting that information.
A vacuum leak could cause that.
A vacuum leak can cause that.
It could.It could.
Could be a number of reasons, rot, damage, vibration may have made it come loose.
A vacuum leak is one possibility.
Did you change spark plugs lately? If you did you could get vacuum leak in upper air intake manifold - 4 rectangle shaped gaskets.
The most typical cause of a vacuum leak is a cracked vacuum hose. The hoses get brittle with age, and cracks are common.
Yes it can
A vacuum leak could cause that. Check the gasket under the throttle body for a vacuum leak. It was common for that gasket to crack apart with age.
yes,if the inner vacuum bladder is cracked it could cause a vacuum leak,this could cause a problem at idle also.
A vacuum leak creates a lean condition, which can cause serious internal damage.
Engine temperature sensor? Vacuum leak?
A vacuum leak can cause a lean burn.
The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate.
I am having a stalling problem and I heard it can be the cause of a vacuum leak and if that is true how can i fix it and where is it at?
A serious vacuum leak could cause that.
You either have a bad oxygen sensor or a vacuum leak. Code P1133 indicates a faulty heated oxygen sensor but a vacuum leak could also cause this code.
A car can idle too low because there is a leak in the vacuum. Cracks or breaks on the vacuum hoses in the cars engine could be the cause of this.
The vehicle does not have just one hose. A vacuum leak in any hose can cause low vacuum and the door will not operate properly. The leak could be under the dash or under the hood.
Rough idling and sometimes kills the motor. It could also trip the check engine light to come on.
Exhaust leak? Vacuum leak?
I don't think so. The automatic transmission is controlled by engine speed, vehicle speed and throttle position. A large vacuum leak could effect throttle position, but it would cause other problems more noticable than the effect on transmission shifting. a vacuum leak mpuld not cause trasmission to slip but a band inside transmission would cause the problem
Usually this is a vacuum leak. Can also be a leak in the exhaust system.