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Ive got 2 vacuum lines not attached one is on the tranny and the other is at the back bottom of the motor where do they go

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These sound like vent lines.

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It should be a CD4E transmission and that trans doesn't have a vac modulator. How much and how fast does it lose it?

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Ive got 2 vacuum lines not attached one is on the tranny and the other is at the back bottom of the motor where do they go


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one would think that a person with the wherewithal to purchase a german car would take it to a german car dealer and get it fixed. the labor and parts expense are part of the german patina. if you know anything about cars, take a look at possible vacuum lines attached to the transmission. on cheap old american cars there was a vacuum activated transmission gear kick-down, and often the membrane in the vacuum link would rupture causing transmission fluid to be sucked through the vacuum line and into the combustion chamber and hence out the exhaust. that is old school design and i am sure german cars discarded it long ago, but put it up on a lift and give the tranny a visual anyhow just in case those germans are laughing at us and driving chevies.

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This is usually the DPFE solenoid at the back of the motor. It has 2 short high temp Vacuum lines running to a pipe at the rear of the motor and 1 Vacuum line going to the EGR.

Check your EGR diaphram. If you can get your fingers on the diaphram pull up and you should hear air coming out of the vacuum fitting. Then plug the Vacuum fitting with your finger and let go of the diaphram. You should feel your finger being held by Vacuum.

There is also a pipe at the rear of the motor, and the 2 short vacuum lines attach to it. If this small pipe is rusted, it will throw off the electric readings and generate a false Code 401, insufficient flow.

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I recently took apart the climate control module on my 1985 Winnebago motor home (GMC chasis & drive train). I determined that the reason I was not getting heat or A/C was because the vacuum tubes...


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Start steps when vehicle is cold. Drain the rad fluid - located passenger side lower bottom of the rad. When draining remove the rad cap (keep your bucket there for complete job). After empty, the tranny lines must be removed, a tool is available for this - from Parts Source or UAP. They join at the bottom of the rad, after removing (don't break the clips or lose them) keep the lines upright to avoid draining the tranny fluid. Undo the 2 bolts holding the fan shroud, slowly and gently push the shroud towards the motor (do not bend the tranny lines attached to the rad). Then lift up and move to the motor. Undo the clamps holding both rad hoses, drain the bottom hose into the bucket. Undo the 8 screws or bolts (10mm ??) holding the top plate that keeps the rad stationary - the hood latch is connected to it, move it towards the front of the vehicle. Pretend you are dismantling a bomb, one wrong move and you will be replacing more than a rad. Lift the rad straight up, watching everything in the way. With the rad on the ground with the tranny lines pointing upright, spray WD40 on the tranny lines and undo them (inspect for any holes). Be smooth when you do it or you will be buying new ones. Start with last step first when you install new rad.

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Start steps when vehicle is cold. Drain the rad fluid - located passenger side lower bottom of the rad. When draining remove the rad cap (keep your bucket there for complete job). After empty, the tranny lines must be removed, a tool is available for this - from Parts Source or UAP. They join at the bottom of the rad, after removing (don't break the clips or lose them) keep the lines upright to avoid draining the tranny fluid. Undo the 2 bolts holding the fan shroud, slowly and gently push the shroud towards the motor (do not bend the tranny lines attached to the rad). Then lift up and move to the motor. Undo the clamps holding both rad hoses, drain the bottom hose into the bucket. Undo the 8 screws or bolts (10mm ??) holding the top plate that keeps the rad stationary - the hood latch is connected to it, move it towards the front of the vehicle. Pretend you are dismantling a bomb, one wrong move and you will be replacing more than a rad. Lift the rad straight up, watching everything in the way. With the rad on the ground with the tranny lines pointing upright, spray WD40 on the tranny lines and undo them (inspect for any holes). Be smooth when you do it or you will be buying new ones. Start with last step first when you install new rad.

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