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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.
The 5R55E transmission wasn't used until the ( 1997 ) ford Explorer , it is an electronically controlled transmission so there are no vacuum hoses In a 1996 Ford Explorer , with the V6 , the 4 speed electronically controlled 4R55E transmission was used , it also doesn't use vacuum hoses
No vacuum hoses on newer Honda transmissions.
Radiator hoses,Heater hoses,Power Steering hoses,Air Conditioning hoses,Vacuum hoses,
In the drivers side inside quarter panel. Look sure 2 vacuum hoses going into it
yes it does but i do not know where it goes to, i have a 98 and my vacuum line came off and is still connnected to the tranny
There are many vacuum hoses, consult a repair manual.
If you have a manual transmission and a centrifugal advance distributor, you don't have any. If you have vacuum advance on your distributor, there's one vacuum hose running from the side of the carb to the distributor. If you have an automatic transmission, you've got a hose from the intake manifold to the control valve.
I just put a new transmission and have 3 hoses coming off the transfer case and need to know where to hook them to.
Radiator hoses? Heater hoses? Vacuum hoses? EVAP hoses? Need more info to help you.
Check your transmission fluid level and if you are running a carbureted vehicle check all the hoses connecting to or around the carburetor. Those hoses hold a vacuum that signals the transmission when to shift. If that doesn't work then... Sounds like a pump or vale body failure in transmission
Check the transmission fluid level. If it's full, check for any loose wires or vacuum hoses. If that's okay, then take it to the transmission shop.
It is on the front of the transmission, next to the cooler hoses.It is on the front of the transmission, next to the cooler hoses.
It is in between the cooler hoses on the front of the transmission.It is in between the cooler hoses on the front of the transmission.
Might be a vacuum leak- check vacuum hoses
vacuum leak. check the hoses for cracks in vacuum hoses or intake.
The vacuum hoses are very important in a 1991 Beretta. Without the vacuum lines, the engine will not run properly, and the power brakes will not function.
Vacuum hoses dry and brittle bad diaphragm in vacuum operated motors
It is on the front of the transmission case, below the cooler hoses.It is on the front of the transmission case, below the cooler hoses.
There are several vacuum hoses routed throughout a 2000 Chevy Cavalier. To find the hoses, use a factory service repair manual of a 2000 Chevy Cavalier.
Vacuum system leak. As a safety percaution, they anly stay down when vacuum is held in the system. Replace all the vacuum hoses. (sorry i know its not fun. this cars got alot of them)
Front of transmission, just below where the cooler hoses attach.Front of transmission, just below where the cooler hoses attach.
Vacuum leak, check your vacuum hoses.
Sounds like it may be a vacuum leak Check fittings and vacuum hoses under hood, under dash and at vacuum modulator on transmission
three hoses that run from the top of the tranny down around the tranny and then back up to the engine