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Engine manifold vacuum diagram - hello i just have repaired a chevy silverado 1500 1999 lt v8 5 3l the mechanic does not remember where to connect the vacuum hoses the engine is running but im getting rough idle and random misfire span class news dt 29 03 2012 span nbsp 0183 32 215 you cannot paste images directly upload or insert images from url automotive vacuum systems how they work and how to repair them contributed by enginebasics every car on the road since the invention of the bustion motor has used the motors vacuum to perform many functions but just how does it work engine specifications click here for plete engine specifications for all cabriolet engines notes all engines are in line 4 cylinder 8 valve transverse mounted single overhead cam sohc non interference engines so you are syaing that a vacuum leak is probably not this issue and not causing the high idle situation it does not seem to be a sticky throttle.
cable or anything once vehicle is slowed to a stop at a light the engine slows down with it poster 14 02 21 12 i have a question about the two adjustable screws on the drivers side of the carb one of them is on the bottom of the fuel bowl and the other is near the front side closer to the intake the labeled diagram of car engine shared here is one of the best free car engine diagrams you can find this is because the engine shown in the diagram below is one of the most basic yet simple car engines ever built over the century there are a series of hoses and valves making up the vacuum and emission systems on the vehicle the main areas to check are above the intake air cleaner red arrow to the right side of the rear of the engine cover yellow arrow and to the rear of the intake manifold green arrow and the intake manifold itself blue arrow car engine crankcase ventilation system with.
permission from benfenner link while this article will use a nissan sr20 engine as a reference the information found here can be applied to all motors when an engine starts its exhaust stroke the piston moves up the cylinder bore decreasing the total chamber volume when the exhaust valve opens the high pressure exhaust gas escapes into the exhaust manifold or header creating an exhaust pulse prising three main parts