for a while, years back, i was hearing what could be a leak when i first
started off at low RPM, but couldn't find anything at idle. will chk again.
31K miles on it, really clean in/out i still wonder if i should have
traded the equally clean '84 in on it.
diff between men and boys...
When looking for a vacuum leak, get one of those spray bottles and put
water with just a touch of soap. Spray it on the hoses and places where
there could be a vacuum leak. When you spray it on the leak it will get
pulled into where the leak is, if the car is running at all rough that
should go away when you spray the leak because it will be temporaly sealed.
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