[200q20v] Vacuum leaks?
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Sun Jun 10 23:50:53 EDT 2001
Remember you talking about trying to sort out some stumbling last week by
looking for vacuum leaks. You reported finding some and sealing a leak at
the intercooler. How'd that change things for you; smoother running at all.
Good idea to use a compressor too, never though of that.
I was also thinking that'd be a good idea to check for leaks around the
injectors and the intake manifold upon opening the throttle body. Only
problem though-is there a point on the cam timing when the path from intake
to exhaust (be it on the exhaust or intake side) is totally closed on all
five cylinders? I'm sure a little thought would get me there, but just
throwing it out there. Is this what a leak-down test is?
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