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Vaccum hoses need to be replaced. How much do

Vaccum hoses need to be replaced. How much do they cost?

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Very inexpensive repair. Try to measure the length of what is under your hood of each size. Then just buy that many feet of each size needed. Replace them one at a time as to not get confused.

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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SOURCE: vaccum hoses are missing. 1986 Nissan 720 4X4

truck normally has a vacuum hose routing diagram on under side of hood on drivers side.also look for metal tag on center of engine compartment fire wall which gives you a motor id @ and trk model # you can then know what engine vacuum diagram you need.i have a diagram for an 86 720 series Z24 carb engine that can be copied off of truck..chris

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SOURCE: need vaccum hose diagram for 1984 nissan pick up

Check this diagrams....

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Fig. 9: Emission control system vacuum diagram-1984 Z20 (49 States & Canada)


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Fig. 10: Emission control system vacuum diagram-1984 Z24 (49 States & Canada except High Altitude)


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Fig. 11: Emission control system vacuum diagram-1984 Z24 (49 States High Altitude)


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Fig. 12: Emission control system vacuum diagram-1984 (Calif. w/MT)


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Fig. 13: Emission control system vacuum diagram-1984 (Calif. w/MT)


Hope helps (remember rated this).

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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SOURCE: Need to know the Locatons for Vaccum hoses I have

Easiest way to find a vacume leak is to get some soapy water in a spray bottle and when engine is running look for any appearing bubbles that would signal a leak. All vacume hoses are simular in looks black rubber ranging in size from pencil to thunb in diameter. Vacume leaks are time consuming to repair and occasionally frustrating just be patient and listen with your ears.
A diagram will be in a haynes or chilton book for your year make and model you can get this at almost any auto parts store.

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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SOURCE: I need the vaccum hose

i have a pdf file on an 88 jeep vacume routing,e-mail me at witmoz@gmail.com and ill send it to you

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i have a pdf file on an 88 jeep vacume routing,e-mail me at witmoz@gmail.com and ill send it to you

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