Question about 1992 Suzuki Sidekick
Was running fine, just happen suddenly, after sitting a few days. There are two air (vacume?) hose's that are not connected to anything below the injection manifold. Don't remember them being there or where to hook them back too. One looks like it goes to the bottom of a can shape thing. the other is cliped into a hose holder down on the frame with the end a good 6 inches from anything.
Thanks for you help
Look for the diagram under the hood to find where the hose goes. next to the TPS are two little pipes where, there must be a hose connected to eachone and u have another that goes to the MAP sensor installed in the fire wall next to the battery.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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