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Old 11-16-2013, 01:00 PM
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The vacuum dashpot in the vacuum line going to the transmission is designed to dampen the vacuum input to the modulator.

Remember the vacuum goes to the front always because that's where the vacuum pump is. The line from the transmission goes up and to the dashpot, and to the VCV (vacuum control valve). From there you already know the answer - if you blow through the orifice facing the transmission line, it should not have resistance. Or vice versa, if you blow through the orifice facing the white VCV component, it should have resistance.
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