Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you referring to the plastic line that comes out of the top of the duct, turns and disappears toward the back of the engine? That line goes to the top of the rear valve cover. Use a flashlight and look for the hole on the top of the back valve cover. Look to the right and below the coils. It's tough to see but you can see it. Be careful, sometimes the plastic line can be brittle and break.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
By the way, if that happens again (Same thing happened to me) It was inside the front diff. That vacuum actuator that sits on the passenger side that has a vacuum hose going up to it has a built in cable that plugs into the front diff. There are little springs that go bad and there is no tension on the cable. It retracts but doesn't engage the axle.
It's 3 bolts, then pry it open just enough to get access to the spring that holds the cable together. ;) That's how I fixed my problem permanently
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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