Take two asprin and call ... er ... oh! Yeah! So what you do is go to Hanz und
Franz's place und der dey say dat it ist der pump in der trunk. And that pump
in the trunk will cost about $2000 to replace. Or perhaps it is just a leaky
connection. If you can take the door panel off you can unhook the vacuum hose
to the door closer. And then see if it realllllly sucks. If it does, the door
is getting vacuum. Which means something. If it is not delivering adequate
vacuum to the door, then there is a vacuum leak and the vacuum is escaping into
the car. And that can suck all the air out of the car. So you can get a
realllllly bad headache and you should take two asprin and call .... er ... NO!
Just leave a window cracked so lots of air can get in to refill the car with
when the leak sucks it out. To be more serious, I really don't know what to do
with the vacuum leak. But you do have one somewhere. I leave things like that
to the professionals. So you see the vacuum is realllllly important. Which
obviously proves the old saying
NOTHING IS SACRED!
mcbrue vacuumishly under the bridge in the trailer down by the river