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Re: puting vac hoses back on and carberater on a 1984
The engine and emission control system covered by this information
operate on a combination of vacuum and electrical signals; they are
extremely prone to malfunctions due to improper vacuum connections. If a
component does not receive vacuum at the correct time, it cannot
function when needed. When working under the hood, pay close attention
to the routing and placement of every hose.
Fig. 1: The vacuum hoses are usually numbered for easy
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The transmission dipstick has a yellow loop handle and if you're in front of your vehicle facing the engine, it's to your lower left front right in front of the bottom radiator hose. Hope this helps. Good luck :O)
there are only two fuel filters on the car, one in the engine compartment if you are faceing the car from the front it will be coming from the firewall on the left side next to the heater hoses, look for a red braided hose and you will see the brass looking filter in line on the red hose. the other one is behind the LEFT rear wheel, take the wheel off and you will see the filter next to the shock. it may have a small basket on it so you will need to remove the basket and you will see the filter right there. it will be a white plastic one. hope this is helpful good luck
You can get a vacuum line diagram from any "Honda Dealer" service center, and they will usually print them for you for free. Most auto service centers in general, will have the same information available as well. Your local auto parts stores should sell "Haynes" manuals that contain vacuum diagrams.
are you looking for a vacume hose routing diagram? your best bet is to head down to the parts store and pick up a shop manual for your vehicle. it'll have every specification you'll need, and it's worth every penny! i hope this helps and good luck!
Even if you do it yourself you need to adjust it.I would get another mechanic to look at it also.Have you tried cleaners? 1 type you add to the gas the other you remove the air bonet and spray into the top of carb while running (have someone press on the gas lightly so you don't stall.Have you tried to increase the idle via the adjusting screw? has the auto choke been tested..adjusted? Good Luck.