Question about 2001 Nissan Maxima
There are actually a few lines in your car. On the hood there should be a diagram of the vacuum system pointing out the different start & end locations. You can take a can of carburetor cleaner from your local autoparts store, attach the long nozzle and just spray a short squirt at a time near the beginning and ending locations of your hoses to see if anything is loose. The engine will slow somewhat for a second or two when the spray is sucked through any vacuum leak. Be careful & only use short bursts of spray along the lines you are testing. Give the spray a few seconds to dissipate/evaporate between sprays to prevent any potential fire hazard. Spray around the throttle body, injectors & the intake also, any leak at all will show with this method. good luck.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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