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I need to find where are my vacuume hoses on a 1992 Nissan maxima se...
Vents crankcase via carb vac. Typically valve cover/similar. Check your vac hoses & that should help you locate.
in a haynes book
Look where the upper and lower radiator hoses go after they come out of the radiator. There should be a housing on one of the two with 2 or 3 bolts holding it on. Remove the housing and the thermostat should be underneath.
The best place to find a diagram of hoses for a 1992 Toyota pickup power steering is in the owner's manual. Most auto part stores will also have a diagram of the hose.
Sounds like your looking at a p.c.v.(positive crankcase ventilation valve,if it goes from valve cover to intake manifold.
There are more than a dozen vacuum hoses in your Chevrolet S 10 pickup truck. The majority of the vacuum hoses are connected to the transmission and the air cleaner. The vacuum hoses are also connected to the fuel injection system.
Any PCV valve should have two basic characteristics which help you locate it on the engine of your car. There should be a small hose, usually harder material, comming out of the crankcase. Most of the engines I have worked on have very few holes in the crankcase since it increases the chance of a loss of pressure. Sometimes the PCV valve seats firmly into the top of the crankcase instead. The second thing to look for is a hose connecting into the side of a valve cover. In most of my cars, this is located on the back side of the valve cover (the side facing the passenger compartment) and is usually difficult to get to. There are always wires or hoses running close or covering this from sight. The PCV valve will be connected in some way to both the crankcase and the valve cover. (usually)
take out the glove box and 4 screws that hold the cover around the heater core and take off the 2 heater hoses under the hood
drain the coolent,disconnect the hoses, you unscrew the bolts below the timing cover and pull it out and put a new one on. shouldn't be to much bolts. not very hard.
You have to tap into the heater hoses.
get under the truck disconnect hoses unmounted old fuel pump...mount new pump reconnect hoses.
under drivers side door you should see filter . it has a bracket that holds it to frame. undo then undo tow hoses. make sure you put knew filter in same way with the inlet to the rear out to engine
join the inlet and outlet hoses together.
They are just vent hoses for the distributor and they hide under the fuel rail cover.
I person needs to have a diagram when making any changes to a car. For a Nissan Sunny B12 the diagram to the air hoses connected to the intake manifold and carburetor can be found in the maintenance manual.
located and connected to the fan,drain radiator,remove both ,radiator hoses, remove fan belt,remove fan shroud,remove radiator.remove fan,remove water pump.
undo bolts from firewall,drain coolant,unclamp hoses- pull core out,replace w/new, also replace hoses/clamps(you won't be sorry)
check your vacuum hoses, they could be loose or they could have a leak
it has two thermostats follow the water hoses one on right side the other is in the front
Yes, that is very possible. Also a leaking or loose hose would cause it. Considering this truck is 19 years old, I would replace all vacuum hoses.
You have to take those to the shop. I have one and tried and messed up on it dont do what i did pleeease! you can do it no problem. take off the upper intake manifold. the cover that says 5.0 EFI has 2 bolts underneath. 2 on the rear of the upper then 2 in the front. if it is the pass. side valve cover then flip the upper over to the driver side watching out for the coolant hoses and the vacuum hoses on the upper. mark all hoses. then go to town on the valve cover.