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Old 10-13-2000, 08:55 PM
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There are a couple of ways. The easiest is to remove the air filter housing and look. Use your hands to move and shake all of the rubber connections. IF one falls off or has a hole in it, you have found the problem.

There is a machine that costs $900 that will put smoke in the engine. IF you see smoke coming from under the intake or from a conneciton, you have found the leak.

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