I would not recommend it unless you are mechanically advanced because certain vacuum lines are not emissions related such as the brake booster and distributor advance some lines control carburetor functions such as opening secondaries and pulling your choke open. Also, some emissions components will get stuck open causing problems. the EGR valve for one if stuck open will cause a rush of exhaust gas into your intake manifold and cause your engine to shut off or to idle roughly and emit plums of black smoke.
The most common reason for a carburetor not to receive fuel is a plugged fuel line. The fuel filter can also be plugged.
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The engine warning light for emissions might come on in a Toyota Celica if the Oxygen Sensors are bad. It might also come on if the catalytic converter is not working properly or is plugged.
possible plugged silencer
The emissions warning light refers to a problem with the exhaust system. The most common problem with the exhaust system is a plugged catalytic converter.
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Usually caused by faulty sensors in exhaust system. Could also mean Catalytic converter is plugged/faulty/emissions problem with vehicle
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A plugged/dirty fuel filter, A plugged/dirty air filter, A plugged up catalytic converter, A tune up needed.
Possible plugged pump.
Dirty air filter faulty oxygen sensor fouled or old sparkplugs malfunctioning injectors plugged ecv (emissions control valve)
first of all..... what are you doint huffin exhaust?? haha just messin with you. it's the catalytic converter. it gets plugged up after awhile and wont process the emissions right and burns off all the carbon and soot built up in it and gives off a bad smell.
It can be left plugged in
Probable cause is exhaust restriction, possible plugged catalytic converter.
Possible but not likely.
It's possible that your heater core is plugged up. It can also be a bad thermostat.
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You may have extremely plugged up air and fuel filters. Maybe it is time for a serious tune up. It is also possible you have a plugged up catalytic converter or a restriction in the exhaust system.
Monitor is not plugged in or monitor is not plugged in to computer
plugged or plugged up
When you hum you blow out air to make the noise, but if you plug your nose, no air comes out and you cannot hum. It is possible to hum for a short time with your nose plugged, but you will be unable to do so for very long or at any volume.
Very unlikely, but, possible. Unplug it. You'll save a little electricity.
could be a fuel problem, possible a plugged converter,
No, at least not yet anyway. The way technology goes these days it must might be possible in the future.
Check the transmission cooler and cooling lines for a blockage. It is quite possible the cooler is plugged.