How do you connect the vacuum and water hose in a 1986 Chevrolet Camaro 5.0 TPI engine?
Your question is to vague to answer. If you connected a vacuum hose to a water hose you would be ingesting water into the engine.
With the engine warmed up and at idle, disconnect the vacuum line to the vacuum advance.Hook up your timing light to number one cylinder. Slightly loosen the distributor. The timing should be about 4 degrees. Move the distributor until the pointer is at 4 degrees. Tighten the distributor and reinstall the vacuum hose.
Are you checking for a vacuum leak? What I do is start the engine and use a can of carb cleaner and spray it around the engine. Spray it around the hoses, mating surfaces, base of carb or fuel injection and around sensors. If the engine rpm increases in an area start to narrow down in that location. Check for broken hoses or bad gaskets.
Where can you find a vacuum line routing diagram for a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro that has a 4 barrel carburetor?
What would cause my air only to blow out of the floor vents and not the panel vents in a 1995 Camaro?
You can't get your fan to quit blowing through the defroster in my 2002 Ranger it won't blow through the dash vents or the floorboard vents Does it work off vacuum or electrical system?
The system works off of vacuum. A line from the engine vacuum manifold runs to a 3 inch ball shaped reservoir (mounted to right front wheel well), then another line to the Heating-Ventilation-AC system. If air will only blow out the defrost vent, then there is likely a vacuum system problem. Remove the engine vacuum source line from the ball shaped reservoir and confirm that the there is vacuum while the engine is running. Then…
Engine Idle-- 89 Chevrolet 2500 truck -- 350 engine EFI - Do you know what units effect engine idle -Would like all of them?
This question is very vague, but I would assume that your 67 Camaro has a different engine besides the 350, which may require new motor mounts if it's a 6 cylinder. Disconnect everything from the engine, including the bellhousing bolts that connect the engine to the transmission. Place a jack or block under the transmission to hold the front of it up. After removing the hood, hook up an engine hoist to the current engine…