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Old 05-31-2004, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1995 Disco vacuum lines

Just replaced the valve cover gaskets on a buddies Disco.. but he didn't mark the vacuum lines he removed. Anyhow anyone know where these bad boys go?

This one has a little plastic doo hickey on it.. and it's is suckin like a mofo..


There is a port right where his hand his there... and that diaphram underneath there... I though maybe those too went together.. but what the fuck do I know..


And then this bad boy... I assumed it ran from the valve cover to the air box... but again... wtfdik..


Please help so I can get this thing out of my yard...
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Old 05-31-2004, 08:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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LOL,,, There are what, three vacuum lines on a '95?

One goes from the valve cover to the air filter housing.

One goes from the back of the plenum (IAC valve casting) to the fuel pressure regulator. One goes from the distributor to the top fo the intake.

There are two on the passenger (NAS) side of the plenum, one goes to the brake booster, the other to the evap. canister.

Finally, there is a hore from the passenger side valve cover to a tee, and thence, to the lower plenum, and to the intake by the throttle.

Sheesh!

Get 'em OS!

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Aiight I know it's not rocket science but a nice detailed map of where the fuck this one goes would be awsome..
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Old 06-01-2004, 06:43 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Man, we are being way too fawkin' kind to the newbies...

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Is this good enough?

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How about this one?

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Whoops, most of the time, they only have a single vacuum port on the back of the flange...

A '95 should only have the single port on the IAC valve casting.
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Whoops, most of the time, they only have a single vacuum port on the back of the flange...

A '95 should only have the single port on the IAC valve casting.
suddenly I ahve a feeling I know part of MY PROBLEM!
I was trying to figure out where the hose from the back of the IAV casting was(disapeared over teh months apart..) and think hooked up a different hose to the fuel pressure regulator..hmm! think we hooked up teh valve-cover one to it! oops! yeah! I think that could cause hesitation and popping...huh?


gotta look at all tonight and get tha bitch hosed up right!

Paul(wondering how many vacuum leaks I have right now!)
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suddenly I ahve a feeling I know part of MY PROBLEM!
I was trying to figure out where the hose from the back of the IAV casting was(disapeared over teh months apart..) and think hooked up a different hose to the fuel pressure regulator..hmm! think we hooked up teh valve-cover one to it! oops! yeah! I think that could cause hesitation and popping...huh?


gotta look at all tonight and get tha bitch hosed up right!

Paul(wondering how many vacuum leaks I have right now!)
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Kinda to the newbies... come on now.. just cause I'm not up on my pavement princess rides Thanks for the info..
And hey if it weren't for the newbie questions then androbus would not have solved the mystery of his popping mall crusier.
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Kinda to the newbies... come on now.. just cause I'm not up on my pavement princess rides Thanks for the info..
And hey if it weren't for the newbie questions then androbus would not have solved the mystery of his popping mall crusier.
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Lighten up. I gave you the pics and didn't make any smart-ass comments about keeping track of what came off where.

Back in the day, my father would make me sketch what went where before I even got to open the tool box. Then came the SX-70 cameras. By the time I got a digi, I realized that things usually only fit one way and if you pay attention during disassembly, you can put them back together again.

Hope I was able to help, but sorry the pic was of a bastard setup with extra ports, etc...

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Kinda to the newbies... come on now.. just cause I'm not up on my pavement princess rides Thanks for the info..
And hey if it weren't for the newbie questions then androbus would not have solved the mystery of his popping mall crusier.
mall cruiser? grrrr! I don't think the poor disco has ever made it to the mall even when new? oh nevermind, like it really matters...it just sits around these daze a poseur, just looking like it's a beat-up trail rig....now it's running again and out of back parking area and on the street, I think I just lowered the neighbors house values! gotta get out on the trails....

I woulda gotten to the damn vac lines tomorrow anyway as I knew there was at least one wrong...Nick had hooked the thin coolant line from manifold to one of the vac lines on right side of plenum instead of corner of radiator at first amongst other things...problem with having help from someone who hadn't taken it all apart, huh?

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