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Old 04-05-2011, 11:17 PM
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Vacuum Line Problem

Not idleing right, i think i have a vacuum line leak. Not completely sure where my lines are at..? Anyone have a picture showing or could direct me to where they are? I Have a 1999 honda prelude.
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Re: Vacuum Line Problem

All of your lines are ran from your intake manifold. So just trace them one by one from there until you find the issue :)
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Re: Vacuum Line Problem

there is also a vac routing guide on a sticker thats on the underside of the hood. but whats the issue? bouncing idle? low? high? stuttering?
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Re: Vacuum Line Problem

Put soapy water in a spray bottle and spray it on your vac lines. If you have a leak in any of them the soap will start to bubble in that spot.
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vacuum leaks is a headache for sure..
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Re: Vacuum Line Problem

i sprayed all my lines didnt see any bubbling..any other ideas?
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