[DML] Re: Engine vacuum problems?
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[DML] Re: Engine vacuum problems?

The hose going to the booster is the one I'm removing in order to 
hook up the gauge. You say make sure the intake is properly 
positioned, all I'm doing is resting the intake down and putting the 
bolts in finger tight-and then torque them. Is there something I'm 
missing? Which reminds me, is there a sequence for the intake? Is it 
possible for the intake to warp? I'm not sure how to make sure the 
intake is sealing other then the starting spray method. Thanks for 
the help -----Dani B. #5003

> Pul the intake manifold. One of the "O" rings to one of the holes 
> the cylinder head is not sealing. You should be able to get 18" at
> idle. The other possability is a leak in the large hose going to 
> vacuum booster for the brakes. Pull it off and plug it and then 
see if
> the vacuum gets any higher. It is the large hose coming off the 
> of the intake on the right side. The air tube should be snug, you 
> see it from inside the venturi. Make sure the "O" ring is sealing 
> the tube is all the way in. Use a bit of silicon on it and the "O"
> rings on the intake manifold to cylinder head. Make sure the intake
> manifold is properly positioned and sealing fully when tightened 
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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