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Old 05-25-2001, 04:29 PM
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Two questions:
1)I noticed that the hose of the Air pump keeps blowing off under pressure...even if i clamp it down. Why does this happen and will it blow the seals on the bottom-end. How do i correct this?

2)The cruise control only functions intermittently or occas not at all.....where should i begin looking?

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Old 05-26-2001, 07:18 AM
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I'm not a tech or anything, but as far as the air pump, sounds like something is clogged maybe? Causing it to not be able to allow air to flow so it pops the hose off?

And as far as the cruise control, I think most cars are controlled by a vaccum, so you might have a leak int he cruise control or vacuum system.

But remember I'm not a tech, but it could be a place to start.
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