This line just allows air to flow out of the valves into the intake and leave out the exhaust. I believe it helps to balance the air flow of the intake and the air/fuel mixture.
If it looks like a little engine, it is the check engine light. see related questions below.
Drivers side of the engine in the exhaust pipe below the exhaust manifold.
Not unless you are in an area with temps way below 0F all the time.
you have a vacuum line disconnected under the hood. The connections is on the drivers side of the motor right below the fuel injector rail.
The vacuum connection for a 1980 Corvette lock-up transmission is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is below the air conditioning unit.
P1281 means the engine coolant temperature remains below normal during operation. Could be the thermostat.
attached to the engine block, 1 wire, pretty sure it's the drivers side below the exhaust manifold.
It's directly below the throttle body, the throttle body is the thing that the air filter hose connects to on the engine.
On the driver's side of the engine just below the electronic ignition module. The thermostat housing connects to the top radiator hose.
The therm is in the housing that connects to the lower radiator hose. It is right below the upper hose where it connects to the engine. You may have to remove the battery. There are 3 bolts connecting the L shaped gasket from the lower hose to the engine that need to be removed. Pull that gasket off and the therm is right there.
right below the glove box
actually needed more info so im gonna assume its turbo if not then its this one below
your vacuum advance should hook to the outlet on the carb that sucks when you rev the engine, not to one that sucks at a idle. On pre HEI cars, the vacuum advance actually hooked up to vacuum at idle. Below the throttle plates. There is a fitting called a " intake vacuum fitting" which is used on the ram air model and on the basic model that when used it will provide stronger faster vacuum, be ready for a big change in off the line performance, but rougher idling.
vacuum leak. check the evap switch at the back of the engine just below the coil packs. the two vacuum hose can be easily pulled apart when changing the spark plugs.
The 2002 Jeep Wrangler OBD 2 port is below instrument panel, left of brake pedal
below the altnator
Install a vacuum gauge to a manifold source of vacuum (below throttle plates). With engine thoroughly warmed up and using a tachometer, turn engine idle speed adjustment screw down to 600 rpm. Start with one side idle air/fuel adjustment screw, turn it in slowly and watch the vacuum gauge. When the engine vacuum reading starts to drop, stop, then back out the screw until the engine just reaches its highest vacuum reading. Readjust engine idle speed to 600 rpm. Do this to the other side idle air/fuel adjustment screw then go back and do the first one again. After several times each you should be right on. Go back to the engine idle speed adjustment screw and set the rpm to factory specs.
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Front of the engine, below the intake.Front of the engine, below the intake.
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On the 4.0 L - SOHC - V6 engine , I believe it is on the front of the engine , low down , in the area where the lower rad hose connects to the water pump On the 4.0 L - OHV - V6 engine , it is on the drivers side of the engine , below the power steering pump
On the 4.0 liter OHV ( pushrod ) V6 engine , it is on the drivers side of the engine below the power steering pump On the 4.0 liter SOHC V6 engine , I believe it is on the front of the engine , low down , in the area where the lower radiator hose connects to the water pump
North America connects to South America on the north side of South America, nothing connects below
under the dash below the glove box
The pons is above the medulla and the spinal cord is below. The medulla connects to many other parts of the brain by many other pathways.