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I am looking for a vacuum diagram for a 307 oldsmobile engine to see where vacuum hoses run to and from because intake manifold had been done on my car but all hoses were not put back in place where they were.

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

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chiquititas
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SOURCE: Vacuum diagram for 4A-F engine

hmmmm... im not expert in these kind of problem but... try to replace the diagram? it is possible?

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

bunnydawg
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SOURCE: hoses

if you are lucky there will be a sticker on the hood when you open it.... look up.... it will have at least some of the routing of the vacuum hoses. if not your next best bet is to go to the public library and look thru a manual.... search their database for chilton or haynes


Robert

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

txkjun
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SOURCE: Engine Vacuum Diagram

Go to www.alldatadiy.com they have the vacuum diagrams you need. It's a good subscription to have if you plan to do your own repairs.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Carb vacuum diagram for 1984 toyota 4x4 22r

these things are not available online due to copyright restrictions. you must get a paper manual.

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

michigan man
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SOURCE: I have a 1987 Cadillac Brougham with a 5.0L

the best thing for you to do is stop by your local Cadillac dealership in the parts department and they be able to print you off pictures and diagrams showing you where they go if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car Merry Christmas & Happy New Year as always wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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SOURCE: lower intake manifold gasket leaking 02 Olds Silhouette

Hey, did this solution work for you van? Is it still running and what problems are you currently having with it if any? Thanks!!!

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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It sounds like you have a vacuum leak somewhere in your intake manifold system or vacuum hoses.

Generally as the engine cycles, it produces a vacuum that pulls in fresh air through the carburetor and into the engine. This vacuum is also used to control valves such as for your HVAC system inside the car.

However if an additional air passageway forms somewhere, such as a crack in an old rubber vacuum hose or in the gasket between the carburetor and the intake manifold, an unusual amount of air is sucked into the engine without a corresponding amount of fuel. At idle, this makes the engine run quite rough. However at higher RPMs, when the amount of air flowing through this crack is not significant, the engine appears to run fine.

I would recommend looking very carefully at all your rubber vacuum hoses. You might find one that has become disconnected or that is just so old that it has cracked, or an old plastic fitting has been broken. If you haven't done so, you might consider replacing all the rubber vacuum hoses as this is pretty simple and inexpensive. If after you do this, you are still getting a rough idle, then I recommend you take your car to a mechanic and have them look for the vacuum leak or other cause.

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Intake Manifold Removal
  1. Remove the engine cover (if equipped).
  2. Remove the air filter outlet pipe.
  3. Remove the positive crankcase ventilation hose.
  4. Remove the air cleaner resonator.
  5. Disconnect the throttle body electrical connectors.
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  8. Disconnect the vacuum hose.
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  10. Remove the intake manifold support bracket.
  11. Detach the engine wiring harness bracket.
  12. Detach the intake manifold support bracket.

    NOTE: Remove and discard the O-ring seal.
  13. Detach the throttle body.
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MAP sensor:
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purge valve:
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