Re: Vacuum leak from hell

Don Ohio /
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> Jeff Parr Wrote:

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> Found it. In a distant galaxy far far away I went to de anza college

> auto tech I started to remember one of the first we were told was never

> use carb cleaner to check for vacuum leaks, It will hit the hot engine

> and vaporize then get sucked in to the carb, always use something that's

> heavier then air so what doesn't get sucked in will fall away. too many

> years and too many brain cells.

Carb cleaner works fine, but only use it on a cold engine. If checking a hot engine, WD40 will work.

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