85 442 vacuum

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Jovanees442

n00b
Sep 22, 2019
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Ok guys new to the forum and need some help with my vacuum lines and smog pump. Hoses are everywhere and some are lost and cracked it's a mess. Was wondering if theres a way to bypass alot of them
 

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DoubleV

DoubleV

Royal Smart Person
Feb 25, 2011
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Question is a bit too open ended. What specifically do you need/want to do?
 
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Nov 17, 2018
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Ok guys new to the forum and need some help with my vacuum lines and smog pump. Hoses are everywhere and some are lost and cracked it's a mess. Was wondering if theres a way to bypass alot of them
Depending on what is allowed in your area lose them all. You’ll likely end up with three or four that are required for something.
 
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Jovanees442

n00b
Sep 22, 2019
3
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Question is a bit too open ended. What specifically do you need/want to do?
I just want to be able to drive it until I'm able to afford to swap it with something bigger
 
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Jovanees442

n00b
Sep 22, 2019
3
1
Depending on what is allowed in your area lose them all. You’ll likely end up with three or four that are required for something.
Yea I'm cali I feel like it's the most strict state on emissions but I'm not worried about that right now just to where um able to drive it and it be able to get me around town
 
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DoubleV

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Feb 25, 2011
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Then for now just replace all the vac lines. Your emissions decal shows you how every line is routed. Yes there are some you don't really need but for now just keep it stock.
 
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