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Old 07-03-2009, 01:00   #1 (permalink)
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Why is this vac line plugged?

Had the air cleaner off the XF yesterday and noticed one of the vacuum lines to the carb has been plugged with a screw and the vacuum port on the carb just left open.
This must have been done by the mechanic when the carb was rebuilt about a year ago.
Does anyone know what this vacuum line does and what the effect of having it disconnected like this does? It's a 4.1, 3 speed auto.

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Re: Why is this vac line plugged?

You may be able to find somthing here but you will have to sign up to get the pic


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