The diagnostic code 410, on your 2004 Chevrolet trailblazer, is a reference to a vacuum hose problem. Check the vacuum hoses to make sure they are all connected.
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The vacuum hose on a 1994 GMC Safari is connected to the intake manifold. This is located to the left of the throttle body.
There are many on the engine
The vacuum hose diagram is located on the top radiator fan shroud. If the stickers not there, you can find it in a Haynes or Chilton book.
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.
The vacuum hose routing diagram for this vehicle is located on the underside of the hood.
There are numerous vacuum hoses at various locations on the engine and under the dash.
It is located on the rear of the transmission. Should be round and have a vacuum hose attached to the middle of it.
There are several, There should be a sticker under the hood that has a diagram of where they are and where they go.
witch one there are at least 9
There is no transmission vacuum hose. That is a vent hose.
You have to take the lower rad hose off. They stopped putting the drain valve on the systems after 2002. Try www.trailvoy.com for all the answers for your Trailblazer!
If you open the hood up and look around at all the stickers that are across the top of the radiator shroud, You will see one with the vacuum hose diagram on it.
You look up the size of the hose from the instructors manual that came with the vacuum you purchased. Then you look for stores near you which have the hose your vacuum needs and then you buy the vacuum hose.
The PCV vacuum supply hose is located under the intake manifold. It is not uncommon for this hose to tear and create a vacuum leak. Removal of the intake manifold is needed in order to get access to this hose as there is not enough room to get hands or tools into that small area.
The most typical cause of a vacuum leak is a cracked vacuum hose. The hoses get brittle with age, and cracks are common.
Its the hose that attached to a vacuum. Its where the suction is transferred from the vacuum cleaner to any attachments. Its also generically referred to as a vacuum for your car.
The number of vacuum accessories located on a vacuum varies greatly by brand and type of vacuum. Most mid- to high-priced upright vacuums come with at least an extension hose, and many also come with edgers and brushes.
No vacuum hoses on newer Honda transmissions.
The power booster check valve would be located where the vacuum hose is connected to the booster. The vacuum hose is connected to the valve and the valve is inserted into the booster. They are usually made of plastic.
That would be a vacuum hose with a hole in it, burst isn't usually a term I would use with a vacuum hose as it tends to imply pressure pushing out.