Get the schematics from MOTORLIT.COM.
I would replace the line....ughh
Go to the dealer. The service department will provide you with the diagram showing all vacuum lines free of charge
Fuel injected? check under vehicle follow the fuel line from tank Carb? In the inlet line of the carb.
There is no button for the supercharger. The supercharger is always on because it is being driven by the belts of the engine. When you step on the gas, there is a vacuum line that is hooked up to the supercharger in which will close a little valve causing the boost to be diverted into the engine.
You can buy a Haynes Repair Manual for around $20 which has all that info and most anything you would normally need for the car owner.Also, look on the underneath of your hood on in front of the radiator. here should be a vacuum schematic unless it was removed.
Install timing light on #1 cylinder Remove and plug vacuum advance line from distributor Highlight timing marks crankshaft and stationary Loosen distributor hold down Start vehicle and move distributor to align marks
The fuel filter is usually on the fuel line leading to the carburator. unless you have a secondary filter that was install after market.
there is a high pressure switch on the line or the accumalator, unplug it and place a jumper wire into the connector
It is important to have a diagram to help guide changes being made in a car. A vacuum line diagram for a 1981 Lesabre can be found in its maintenance manual.
It is probably the Rolls-Royce emblem. It has two R's overlapping that looks like a line is going through it. The other possible brand it may be, is the Buick Riviera.
1995 Buick riviera is not equipped with "air ride" type suspension. It is, however equipped with air shocks and coil springs. The air shocks are filled by a compressor in the rear of the undercarriage just in front of the gas tank. If you have an air leak, replacement of the air shocks and/or line kit may be in order.
The 1999 Dodge intrepid brake lines schematics diagram shows the routing of each brake line. The diagram will show the brake line routing from the master cylinder to each wheel.
The vacuum supply line from the engine is disconnected or broken. When the vacuum supply is cut off the system defaults to the defrost mode.
You probably have a vacuum leak and aren't getting vacuum to the actuators. With the engine running, listen for vacuum leaks under the dash. If you don't have any leaks there, check under the hood to make sure the vacuum line THERE isn't disconnected.
The dampeners and doors should be vacuum controled, would be best to look for line running in firewall from vacuum canister make sure it hooked up , then check line from canister to manifold to make sure has vacuum. I vacuum is going thru line into fire wall then line is broke up to control or control has went bad.
Most EGR valves are located on the intake manifold with a vacuum line attached. Most are held on with two bolts.
on the fuel rail. Looks like a silver bell, with a vacuum line attached to it.
The 3800 engine (fuel injected) has a pressure feed to the fuel rail (smaller line) and a return from the pressure relief valve (larger line). All fuel lines use the O-ring fuel connectors.
It depends on the year of the Buick. Most of the newer Buicks use an electric actuator to change the vent door positions. If that's the case with yours you have a problem with wiring or a faulty actuator or switch. If yours is one of the vacuum controled heater boxes you probably have a leaky vacuum line or diaphragm.
Many of these controls are Vacuum operated. You may have a problem where the "Main" Vacuum line has broken. See if you can locate this line by using your manual and make sure that it is intact. TommyTrouble
The Vacuum line usually connects to the brake booster , or atleast it does in my Ford explorer
where is the 2002 oldsmobile alero cruise control vacuum line?
take your foot off the gas!
When replacing or making changes to the vacuum line of a car, it comes in handy to have a diagram. A diagram for this cars vacuum line can be found in the maintenance manual.
The vacuum hose line routing diagram can be obtained from most Chevrolet dealerships. Obtaining a diagram will be the easiest way to visualize vacuum line routing.