need vacuum hose diagram fast idle ac
First off, you'll need a vacuum hose. I usually put the small end over the jet and fill the hose with water. After the hose is full put the large end in the skimmer. Place your vacuum head in the pool, attach the hose to it, now you're ready to vacuum.
Any place that has constant vacuum Usually on the back side at the base of the carb.
you probabally have a vacuum hose disconnected
One goes from the heater core to the water pump, the other goes from the heater core to the intake manifold.
Put a vacuum plate over the top of the leaf basket (usually supplied with the pool) and plug the vacuum hose into it.
You have a vacuum leak somewhere. Trace the main vacuum hose fom the air intake until you find a crack in the hose.
i have the exact same problem. the hose comes from around the heater core area but i dont know where the otherend goes
Check the vacuum operated valve at the hose going to the heater core.
The heater control valve is used to shut off hot coolant from entering the core when the heater is in the off position. A heater control valve can be actuated by either a vacuum line or a cable from the vacuum heater control valve to the heater core. This hose should be warm; if not the heater control valve is stuck and needs to be replaced
Cut both heater hoses and hook them together. Make the hose go from the motor to the radiator.
the vacuum hose connects to the airbox
The best way to repair a vacuum hose on your Chevrolet is to replace the vacuum hose. The vacuum hose is held in place with a retaining clamp on each end of the hose.
your blend door is vacuum operated, most likely your machanic forgot to hook up the vacuum hose to the blend door, the actuator is designed to operate on 5inch pounds of vacuum so you should not notice any engine performance problems.
There is no transmission vacuum hose. That is a vent hose.
You should have a vacuum plate with a hole in it for the he hose to be plugged into. The vacuum plate is a disc shaped object that fits over the leaf basket in the pools static skimmer box. If you cant find one you may have to get one from a pool shop.
Look under the air filter and mounted on the transmission facing the radiator is a gray and round metal valve with a vacuum line attached.
the hose that fits on the air filter on my 88 dodge dynasty was taken loose from the motor, I know it fits on to the manifold but I can't find where it hook up. help
if it has one it is in heater hose at firewall if it has one it is in heater hose at firewall
where do you hook up the hose to a jet ski
I'm trying to find out how to hook up the vacuum hoses to the carb in a 85 delta 88. I need to know how they go.
Most likely you can't manually vacuum your pool with the basket in place as you have to hook hose to the suction hole and this would not allow this to pass
there's a vacuum line reciever close to the air intake manifold. it should be an angled rubber/foam fitting that looks like it's missing a hose...that's it
You have a broken vacuum hose under the hood that supplies the switch.
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