how do you hook up the cleaner to salt water pool pump
If there is a vacuum port open it and turn off your skimmer port and reduce the flow in your main drain,If no vac port plug the hose into the skimmer, If you have more than 1 skimmer plug one of them off.And please use a pool approved vacuum, Kirby or Hoover will not work.
Blanche, Like a siphon hose, once you get liquid flowing you do not want air to get in or it will interrupt the flow of liquid. If there is air in the line (vacuum hose) and no check valve (which stops this problem), you will lose prime. IF YOU WANT AVOID LOSING VACUUM WHEN HOOKING UP YOUR POOL CLEANER HOOK POOL CLEANER TO THE END OF THE POOL HOSE TO BE USED (SWIVEL CUFF END). PUT HOSE IN POOL ALONG WITH CLEANER ON IT THEN WHERE THE WATER COMES OUT OF THE POOL INLET PLACE ON INLET FORCING WATER INTO THE THE HOSE FROM POOL PUMP, WHEN THE HOSE IS FULL THE POOL CLEANER WILL START BLOWING OUT AIR FROM THE HOSE AND FLOAT TO THE TOP AND THEN SINK AGAIN ONCE FULL OF WATER, THEN HOOK TO YOUR SKIMMER .IT SHOULD START CLEANING AFTER THAT
If it is a point type distributor you will want to hook it to constant vacuum...somewhere on a port in the base plate. If it's HEI you'll want to hook it to one in the carb body. Something that has no vacuum at idle but pulls vacuum as you give it throttle.
The hook on the vacuum that hooks your face and feeds it the fish
Ant vacuum port.
To the skimmer
Your distributor needs vacuum to advance your timing during acceleration. That's why you hook up your line to the port that has no vacuum at idle. :O)
how do you hook up vacuum lines in a 1988 Chevy nova
engine vacuum or direct into the intake.
hook it up to the intake vacuum, normally the back of the carburetor where the brake booster may be plugged in. On a vehicle without power brakes, the vacuum port is normally plugged with a screw in plug.
Get manual specific to that vehicle and follow vacuum routings
If the pool pump is losing its prime when you hook up the vacuum you probably have a poor seal around the suction of the pump. There is probably also a poor seal around the suction inlet in the vacuum equipment.
The vac system has to hook up the the skimmer not the Hayward filter. k
put them in those space bags that you hook to your vacuum cleaner to suck all the air out.
Put a vacuum plate over the top of the leaf basket (usually supplied with the pool) and plug the vacuum hose into it.
There should be a vacuum port on the back of the intake, behind the carburetor. It has to have vacuum on it at all times.
Any place that has constant vacuum Usually on the back side at the base of the carb.
if you cant find a plugged vacuum port on manifold buy a tee fitting and tap into it
you shove it in the tailpipe feshizzle
It hooks up to the vacuum ports on the carb or intake.
Don't understand the question, all vacuum is taken from the intake manifold, what are you looking for. And is this a turbo or a none turbo
hook a vacuum gauge up to any of the rubber hoses that are coming out of the intake manifold, such as the brake booster....
There should be a vacuum source on the carb above the throttle body that gives spark ported vacuum. You can connect a tube from this source to the distributor.