Where do all the vacuum lines go to the carburatoe you am lost and need some help?
i believe one goes to the pcv valve and the other to distributor the two on the front the one on the left i believe is the pcv valve and the one on right goes to distributor
What would cause air to only blow from the defrost vents and not blow out of the panel vents even when the switches are turned to max ac in a 1995 Ford Explorer?
Can be, if the vacuum is good. In glass thermos if the glass is not broken it is okay. In steel thermos if the vacuum has not been lost it will be. You can test a steel thermos by simply filling it with boiling water, if the outside of the thermos becomes hot the vacuum has been lost and one will need a new thermos.
Heat is lost in the form of infrared radiation (this is how the planet Earth cools down at night, and why greenhouse gases make the world warmer, since they absorb infrared radiation which would otherwise have escaped into space). Silvered walls in a vacuum flask reflect all electromagnetic wavelengths, including the infrared.
Make sure all air is out of the lines. Next check the vacuum lines from the booster. Make sure the Emergency brake is all the way off this ca cause the brake light to stay on also. The light only comes on (usually) when pressure is being lost or not maintained. If there was a abs sensor connector at that wheel check that also.
Why does your truck make a hissing sound when you step on the gas and why has it suddenly lost acceleration?
I know about their furr. They have yellowish furr with black spots, unlike the leopard, which have spots that are 'U' shaped. The black spots help them get energy from the sun. From their eyes, to the side of their nose, they have lines. The tale of the lines is that there used to be a mother cheetah who lost her cub cried so much, it stayed as marks that will never fade.
Does the cruise control on a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica run on vacuum line mine quit working and I was told a vacuum line could be loose or off?
Answer Make sure you have vacuum going into the cabin from the engine. The vacuum line runs from the intake manifold to a vacuum reservoir, which is a round plastic ball looking thing, then through more hoses through the firewall and into the cabin. Answer You have an air management problem. The air management controls are vacuum operated and the default position is defrost. You probably have lost vacuum to the dash control unit, possibly…