If you are dealing with vacuum leaks, someone has said here before to get a pipe (like 3 ft long) and put it to your ear and then go around the engine and listen for the vac leak, I thought the pipe thing sounded weird, but I did it and it works better than a smoke check imo, I am probably going to pick up a mechanic stethoscope on my next tool run because of how well it worked. You can buy vacuum tubing at autozone/ oriellys, you will need 4mm, 8mm, and perhaps 10mm (for the breather between the two valve covers), but you will only need them if you have a leak in a tube.P0441 P0455 P0131 P0134 P0171 P0174 These are the codes she said i had wrote down!!! Please recommend potential cost to repair
And if you switched ears, you would likely get a different result...lolThis is not a new idea. Back before most of you were around we used to tune multiple carburator setups on early hot rods and sports cars using a length of fuel hose. We would put one end down the carburetor opening and listen to the air being sucked in around the throttle plate. By matching the sound on each carb we could get the throttles in sync Special equipment has long ago been invented to make this procedure obsolete. Fun memories though. ...J.D.