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The auto part stores have the parts to repair vacuum lines

Take all your worn or damaged parts with you to the store,
so they know what your asking about

What you buy has to be exactly as your replacing

Posted on Nov 14, 2014

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Check for power and ground at the vacuum solenoid when 4x4 is commanded. If no power/ground.... start there. If power/ground is good. check for vacuum supply to solenoid. Vacuum leaves the solenoid and splits and then goes to a vacuum diaphram at each front wheel. Check to see if both vacuum lines are attached to the diaphrams at each wheel. Make sure there are no cracks in the vacuum lines to each wheel. There are also one way check valves in each line. Make sure they are allowing a vacuum supply. If all this checks out, use a vacuum gauge and check for vacuum directly at each wheel where the lines attach to the diaphrams. If vacuum is present at each wheel, suspect one/both vacuum diaphrams leaking and the front hub assembly will have to come apart for inspection/repair

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you have a vacuum line off your heater control in the dash. if someone worked on it and knocked it off without knowing it needs to be taken apart and looked at.

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sounds like the actuator valve is bad. these things get dirt in the diaphrm and cant open and close properly. if you can depress the diaphram by hand..then its good,and the vacuum line leading to it is cracked and needs replaced.

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Fuel leak at the fuel line connectors on fuel rail


has this been taken apart before?? there are o rings inside the connector and a lil plastic backer piece, they can dry out and tear when pulled apart or score enuff to leak . is the fitting clean or rusty
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System is vacuum controlled check for vacuum at the switch you replaced If it's there then check the blend door motor (moves the "flapper") If motor is good, then the door is stuck and heater box needs to be taken apart. If no vacuum at the switch, work your way back to the engine where vacuum originates to determine where line is broken or disconnected.

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Air/ air conditioning does not blow air out of dash


If you are mechanically inclined..you can fix it..the A/C and heater air is directed to different places by the doors in the duct work..and these door are actuated by vacuum..and you might have a hole in a vac line or the vac line came off of a diaphram or a diaphram has went bad..the duct wor could have come apart or the heat/A/C module has went bad..but most of the dash will have to be taken apart to get to the duct work..i hope this will help..if not..write me back

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When turned to defrost, no air comes out of vents to windshield. Air only comes out of vents in dash and floor. I have taken apart compartment behind glovebox and it appears that a glued lever has given...


I had the same thing happen on my 2000 Sonoma, last week. I quickly found it to be a broken vacuum line. Look between the brake master cylinder and the drivers side fender- up top. Easy to find, there are 3 vacuum lines connected to a tee. One goes towards/ and into the fender itself. On my truck this line was cut due to rubbing on the fender opening. Withthe engine running it was drawing a good deal of air. I put a screw (plug) in the open line and my vent controls now work. Unfortunately I cannot find a vacuum diagram to tell me where the line into the fender ends up.

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