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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-08-2001, 03:25 PM
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hi guys!!!! tired of me yet lol i found 2 vacum lines that are disconnected, one connects under fuel pump and the other is on the intake right next to the pcv valve, any ideas where the belong?????? please help thanks guys

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Re: vacum lines

The one next to the pcv valve goes to the bottom side of the air horn on the right side (facing the engine). Pull the air horn off and you'll see where it plugs in. I have no idea about the other one. Are you talking about the tube off of the fuel pump???

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yes its coming off the fuel pump what airhorn describe please im not very mechanical but am learning thanks

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actually its attached from the bottom side of fuel pump

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Re: vacum lines

By airhorn, he's talking about the metal part of the aircleaner assembly that bolts to the carb. The vent tube on the fuel pump does not hook up to anything.

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ok thanks for the info, but i have a after market air cleaner, its one of those tiny 4inch i think chrome ones, which by the way was one of the best and cheapest mods i done to my zuk, is it ok to just block off the vacum line? or should i modify the air cleaner to accept it?

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Re: vacum lines

that's one of the vacuum lines that get's plugged when you install a weber carb-should'nt hurt to plug it. the bottom
vent on the fuel pump is'nt connected to anything on mine
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Or to get a real kick in the ass, pulg that intake vac line into the diaphragm for the vac operated secondary, it;ll give you a real kick!! O' course the secondary will be a bit twitchy....but,it'll go harder!!

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Re: vacum lines

DO NOT plug that line to the secondary. Sticking full throttle anyone?

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Re: vacum lines

VACUUM LINES??????????????We don't need any stinkin vacuum lines.................

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