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VACCUUM HOSE LEAKS

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Not over the internet
You have to know where all the hoses
go & resolve the issues
You should have engine vacuum diagram
under the hood
A shop can smoke check for vacuum leaks
& save you time there

Posted on Jul 21, 2013

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