Question about Car Audio & Video
Can anyone direct me to the vacuum line that controls the electric Antenna on this model. The old antenna bit the dust and in the process of replacing it with a non electric model, I lost the vacuum line when I removed the old antenna. The line is open and creates a vacuum leak that is causing the engine to run rough. I have tried to reach the line in the rear wheel well to no avail. If I could find which of the myriad vacuum lines on the engine goes to the Antenna, I could plug the line and eliminate the problem. Any assistance greatly appreciated.
Remove the moulding on the floor when you open the door there clip holding it in place go easy not to break the moulding under the moulding you should see wires be carefull remove the tape around the wire vacuum line should be in there dont cut it right away squeeze it with pliers if the engine goes better cut it and seal the pipe cheers
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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