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Just find a vacume hose that has vacume to it when you accelarate with car running pull a vacume hose off from carburator check by putting your finger or a vacume gage to it to see if you got vacume if not accelarate the carb by pushing accelarator (left side of carb driver side) if you have vacume when you accelarate you can use that vacume line
Check for the following: 1-Emissions system not fuctioning properly,2-Fault in the fuel or electrical system,3-faulty ignition system(craked spark plugs insulation or faulty plug wires)4-vacum leak at the trotlle body,intake manifold or vacum hoses,5- valve sticking,6-crossed plugs wires,7-valve timing incorrect. Hope this info helps. sammyc47.
Dodge 1998 1500 4x4 5.2 engine did a tune up cap wires rotor plugs routed wires as per diagram still having power problem when up to tempeture. I see a green vacume hose comming up on the drivers side of the distributer which has shat looks like a check valve on the end of it. followed it back to the transfer case. does the distributer end of it belong connected to something? Please Help Thanks!!!