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Vacuum diagram for a 92 nissan 240sx (ka24de)

I cannot find a vacuum diagram for the engine of this car. it have 3 ar 4 broken vacuum line and i have no idea where they go. i leave on vacation tomorrow so waiting for a repair manual thru the mail isn't going to work i have chilton & haynes manuals they dont have any vacuume diagrams for this car please help im in a bind
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Re: vacuum diagram for a 92 nissan 240sx (ka24de)

Try this link. If you right click on each individual pic, and save them, you can then open the pic and zoom in.

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There is no "heater valve" of a fluid type. Heat is directed into the vehicle through the HVAC box under the dashboard. In this box are the heater core and the A/C condenser. During the spring and fall, when only air flow is needed, you set the blower on and the temperature control to cold. Without the A/C running there is no refrigerant passing thru the condenser, and the cabin air passes across this coil to no effect. In the summer, when the A/C is on this same setup has the cabin air passing over the condenser coil, extracting heat from the air and sending the resultant cooler air to the vents. In the winter, the temperature control is set to hot, the air is redirected inside the box thru the heater core, which has hot water from the engine constantly passing through it. To regulate the amount of heat, you adjust the temperature control to something between hot and cold. This results is some air passing through the heater core and being heated, and some bypassing the core through the A/C condenser, which is not providing cooling at the time. The redirection of air is done through what is referred to as a "blend door" . Ther is at least two of these in the HVAC box - one to direct air between the A/C condenser coil and the heater core, and one to direct the air between the floor vents, the dash vents, and the defroster vents. These doors, in older cars were controlled by wire cable linkages. Today's cards use vacuum motors to position them.

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