David Williamson wrote:I am having trouble figuring out where this air nose is coming from I found 3 vacuum lines un used that were just sucking in air and I closed them and it actually made the car run a bit better, but the car is still not engaging as good as it should.
I also still hear a air nose from somewhere.
I cannot find anything online about vacuum lines so I thought I would come here for a last resort and I know you all know. If anyone could help possibly a picture or video of all the vacuum lines and if they should be open or closed up, Thank you all so very much.
CHRIS.O wrote:It had a Buick v6 in it so it wasnt even a true olds anyway
Well your vaccum lines should not be too hard to figure out. Off the top of my head I can list some lines. Your gonna need one on the vaccum advance, pcv, one down to the trans, vaccum modulator I think is what that is called. May cause some problems with shifting if that is not hooked up. You also have one going to the brake power booster. I know not very specific but gives ya an idea of what should have a line running to it. Cannot think of anymore right now, those are just off the top of my head.
CHRIS.O wrote:Any open holes in the intake need to be plugged. There is one 3 port tree that has the bottom port open. You need to put a cap over that or better yet get rid of it altogether and since it looks like it has 2 other hoses that are plugged hooked into it. I looked at some of your other pictures. Did you ever hook the line going from under the front of your carb over to the oil breather on your D side valve cover?
CHRIS.O wrote:Well I was gonna tell ya to take that tree out but ya know your luck it would probably break off in the intake haha. So just get some caps for the 3 ports coming out of it. It will look a lot better than bolts in the end of hoses.
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