Question about 2004 Ford F150
If you have a vacuum leak, lift the hood and listen for a whistling sound. If none detected, gently move the vacuum hoses and see if your motor surges or starts to die. Last resort is using carb cleaner spray. Sparringly, spray quick, short bursts in and around vaccum lines. Never spray alot at once and not over and over. Let the spray evaporate. This may lead you to the leak by being patient. Engine will surge when you are close to the leak.
HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER HANDY. ALWAYS STAY CLEAR OF HOT PARTS-NEVER NEAR EXHAUST MANIFOLDS.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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