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Old 11-11-2003, 01:56 AM
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Look carefully, with a flashlight, under the intake. Make sure all of the vacuum lines are attached to their ports. Should to 2 maybe 3 on the left side of the body and one at the front. If I recall, one of those on the side is actually just a tad to the rear of the others.

If any are loose, all you need is a 12" pair of needle nose. They will let you reach way back under the intake to slip the rubbers back on the nipples.
Mike Tangas
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