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Old 05-18-2009, 07:07 PM
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85 si vacuum lines.. HELP! lol

i have an 85 si and its been runnin rough and i just found a missing vacuum line and idk where it goes.. its on the drivers side just in front of the pgm-fi with 3 hoses coming off. im missing the one on the stem next to the bigger one. im not sure what its called so searching came up nothing. if someone could run out to their si and give me some details to what was there that would be awesome.. thats all i need to do to get it runnin like new thx
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Re: 85 si vacuum lines.. HELP! lol

Should be a Vac diagram on the hood the Base models have them anyway
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Re: 85 si vacuum lines.. HELP! lol

nope lol i dont have it. i just plugged it for now.. seems a little better. i think i need to do my timing now tho..

lol when i bought my lude the speedo didnt work, my locks are (still) broken, and my e-brake was not workin.. but i was able to get the speedo to work by pulling the e-brake up to the FIRST click hahahaha idk but it worked. try it. whats it gonna hurt if the brakes dont grab the tires yenno?
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Re: 85 si vacuum lines.. HELP! lol

huh Maybe an internet search? I'll see what I can dig up.

Locks still broke, E-brake now tightened needs it again though. and look at it this way I can sit in my driveway rev my car up and hit 60 lol only sometimes though lol.

Edit: http://bluegreenlabs.com/Prelude/Svc...l%20Manual.pdf Try this I did but my pos computer won't read it. Wish I could see it and run it down for you but go ahead and see if you can't read it and figure it out. I wish I could help more but I have a base not an Si so vac lines are completley different. Hope this helps anymore Q's give me a shout and I'll do my best to help you out.

Edit Edit: Also try the http://preludezone.com/showthread.php?t=10003 2nd gen resource guide there are the manuls at the very bottom of the 1st post those should surley have the vac diagram too I would think let me know how it goes.

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