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Old 12-04-2014, 02:48 PM   #1
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No vacuum to regulator

So just out of curiosity..

I noticed my vacuum hose that goes to my fuel regulator was disconnected.. I have no idea how/when this could've happened .. maybe when I was cleaning it popped off or at a car show someone pulled it off or a gremlin, whatever.

but anyways it was like that anytime from a month to a year of driving it daily.. I really didn't notice a difference in anything, does anyone know what it would've effected?

I'm waiting for injectors to come in the mail right now so I haven't put it back together yet..

my afrs have always been really up and down but I'm just wondering if you guys can think of anything else it would throw off.

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