Re: plumbing a vacuum wolf whistle
"SamB" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "The OTHER Kevin in San Diego" <skiddz "AT" adelphia "DOT" net> wrote in
> message news:email@example.com...
>> On Mon, 28 Nov 2005 05:23:58 GMT, "William Wixon"
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>hi, i was wondering if there was anyone here who knows about this stuff
>>>i could ask about plumbing a vacuum actuated "wolf whistle" to a brand
>>>2005 3.0 Ford Ranger. i'm concerned that with all the computer controls
>>>intermittent vacuum "leak" would weak havoc with the computer. i guess i
>>>was figuring on somehow (maybe tapping a hole) tapping directly into the
>>>intake manifold. or, maybe if i could, most likely easier, tap into some
>>>other strong local (local to the intake manifold) vacuum source.
>> The likelyhood of a vacuum leak on a new vehicle is pretty slim. Why
>> bother with it at all? Just drive it or if you really need to see the
>> vacuum condition, buy a vacuum gauge...
> Sorry - Don't know the answer but at least I read the question!
well, thanks Sam, that's something! :-)