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Old 10-27-2004, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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'85 Toyota 22r ? Help a noob.

Got a gas leak. Looks like it's coming from around the BVSV (new word for me ) It's just when I start it. I've read my haynes and tried to figure this out. Do I check it by blowing into it when the engine is off and feeling for air passing through it? There's a diagram in the manual that shows what airflow should be when the engine is running "cold" and "hot". My question is can I determine anything when the engine isn't running... the only time it's not pissing gas? Or what other things might it be?

Any help would be great. Just noticed the problem and haven't had a chance to work on it/look at it closer.

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first off throw the haynes away.... and get a FSM
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all this time i thought FSM meant F**Kn servic manual , i guess you guys arent as vulger as i thought. puzzys
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Is the FSM the fat-expensive-service-manual-that-my-broke-college-student-ass-can't-afford-that's-why-I'm-asking-for-help-here manual?
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Just thought I'd post a follow up for other newbies trying to figure stuff out from their Haynes manuals.

The BVSV is in the fuel pump (the Haynes Diagram doesn't make this clear if you're a newbie like me). It was my fuel pump that was leaking. When the BVSV gets botched the fuel pump cracks so it leaks instead of forcing too much fuel into your block, thinning out the oil and screwing your engine. That's my understanding of how it was explained to me.

Anyone have a free FSM they'd want to ship out to me?

Oh and thanks for all the great help
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