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I have a vaccum leak somewhere under the hood and it is very loud. need to know where or what it is from what hose or something

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At a work shop they do it with a smoke leak test, but home used your hand to traced all the air hose you see, or try some water near the intake manifold and hear for a different sound when the water is thrown , the engine must be running when doing that , take your time , some hose may be cracked and hard to deteck , let me know what you find

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