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Checking For Vaccuum Leaks In Toyota Corolla 2000


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My guess would be a fuel filter in dire need of changing,but if you want to check for engine vaccum leaks:

Start the engine,

Spray some WD40 around the vaccum hoses,inlet manifold etc and listen for a slight increase in engine rpm.

If you have a leak,the WD40 will be sucked into the inlet tract and will burn as it mixes with air/fuel mixture -correcting the weak mixture caused by the vaccum leak - and increasing the rpm slightly.

Dont spray it over the Distributor or Alternator while the engine is running,as this causes a mysterious loss of eye-brows and facial hair.

:P :P :P

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